Typically, chronic conditions have been treated with escalating doses of opiates and other medications.
However, for some, long-term opioid use leads to diminishing levels of pain relief. Recent studies have shown that Ketamine infusions can, in some cases, significantly relieve symptoms of chronic pain syndromes such as CRPS Similar results have also been demonstrated for individuals suffering from fibromyalgia, migraine headaches, and neuropathic pain.
Likewise, Ketamine has also been shown to have significant effects on mood and various psychiatric conditions, including PTSD, depression, and anxiety. If requested, our provider will work and hand with your psychiatrist to assure that Ketamine therapy is right for you.
What is Ketamine?
Ketamine is an FDA-approved medication for anesthesia used every day in hospitals and emergency rooms around the world. In fact, the World Health Organization (WHO) has placed ketamine on its list of Essential Medicines and is arguably one of the most widely used medicines in the world for sedation and pain relief.
We offer low-dose infusions sessions, typically lasting 1-2 hours, that have been found to provide relief for those suffering from symptoms of treatment-resistant depression, anxiety, PTSD. If you or a loved one suffers from any of these mood disorders, you may benefit from low-dose Ketamine treatments. Frequently, people live their lives thinking, "this is the best my mood can get;" break the mindset and call us today for a free consultation.
In addition to our low-does treatment for mood disorders, we offer high-dose infusions that last 4-6 hours. Depending on the individual's evaluation, Ketamine offers a novel approach for treating neuropathic pain syndromes such as CRPS—including, but not limited to decreasing pain levels and addressing depression that is frequently brought on by the syndrome. Patients can expect to experience relief from pain and depression caused by CRPS as soon as 2-3 hours after their first Ketamine infusion treatment.
Contact us today at (714) 974-0100 for more information and begin your road to relief!