LEARN ABOUT THE BENEFITS
What is IV Ketamine therapy?
We use IV Ketamine Therapy as part of an integrative approach to your health and wellness; we look at you as a whole person, including your mental, physical, and overall general health to tailor the right plan for you. We’ll understand your health goals and ensure that our treatment plan moves towards those goals.
This groundbreaking treatment is an effective therapy for people who suffer from psychological and physical issues such as: PTSD, treatment resistant depression, anxiety, chronic pain, trigeminal neuralgia, migraines, complex regional pain syndrome, diabetic neuropathy, post herpetic neuralgia. If you haven’t responded to traditional methods of treatment for these ailments, there’s hope for you - you may respond well to IV Ketamine even if you have previously been resistant to other treatments. In fact, research from Mass General Hospital discovered that 70% of treatment-resistant patients had a positive response to Ketamine therapy.
How does IV Ketamine therapy work?
Our trained Doctors deliver the IV infusion treatment in our controlled medical setting. As an FDA-approved anesthetic, ketamine is used in the correct dosage in order to treat psychiatric or pain disorders based on your body type and weight. Then, we’ll release a small dosage of the drug at a slow, controlled rate, leaving the patient with little to no side effects.
By stimulating the growth of brain neurons in as little as an hour, ketamine has incredible anti-inflammatory properties and works in about 80% of patients. Patients also report improved mood from the neural activation.
What is the process?
Schedule - Enjoy easy and hassle-free scheduling by simply calling our office. Our customer service oriented staff are here to assist you and further explain any questions or address concerns you may have.
Consult - Upon arrival, a physician will review your medical records, conduct a physical exam, and talk to you about your particular needs. We’re here to be your advocate and understand how we can be of help.
Develop - After documenting your height, weight, age, and medical treatment, our medical staff can prepare a personalized treatment plan to best serve you.
Administer - Next, we’ll administer the medication through an IV infusion in your arm, wrist, or hand, which takes about 40-50 minutes. We’ll monitor you and make adjustments if necessary while keeping you comfortable and relaxed. We will be monitoring you after your infusion for sometime and you must have someone to drive you home.