Introduction to Ketamine Wellness

Mental illness is one of the most painful class of medical disorders an individual can experience.  In its most severe form, a patient may experience so much pain that it may lead to self-harm.  Patients with mental health disorders suffer both emotional and physical symptoms, affecting their personal and professional lives, interfering with their relationships and their ability to enjoy life to the fullest. Mental health disorders lie on a spectrum of severity, with the most severe often being unresponsive to traditional treatments.  In many cases, patients who have exhausted standard treatments suffer for years without any hope of finding relief.  If this describes you or someone you know, Ketamine may be a good solution.  Ketamine is an anesthetic drug that offers new hope, when traditional therapies have failed.  

For over a decade now, mental health researchers at major academic medical centers across the United States and the world have discovered that, when administered as a low-dose infusion, ketamine provides tremendous relief.  After the discovery of Ketamine as a possible treatment for mental health disorders, various scientists were able to reproduce similar results and draw the same conclusions, including at the National Institutes of Health (NIH) and the Veterans Administration (VA). 

Studies to date have focused on treating only patients with the most severe cases of disorders such as major depression, PTSD, OCD, and chronic pain.  These patients have typically tried traditional treatments, such as psychotherapy, SSRIs, mood stabilizers and many other medications, with limited to no success. In such cases, Ketamine infusions have shown an almost 70% response rate, resulting in the rapid relief of symptoms.    

The Ketamine Wellness Institute is one of a growing number of Ketamine therapy centers around the country, and the world.  We are dedicated to providing our patients safe, personalized and medically proven Ketamine therapy in a comfortable and private environment.  Our physician anesthesiologists have years of experience delivering Ketamine infusions to a wide range of patients; from those who are healthy to those who are critically ill.  If you are interested in Ketamine therapy or would like more information, please give us a call today.  Our highly experienced physicians and staff will take time to walk you through any questions or concerns you may have.  Call us to today to find out if Ketamine treatment can help you.

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