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Break Free From Depression, Stress and PTSD
with Ketamine Therapy.
While Ketamine has been used as an anesthetic for over 50 years, recent research illuminates exciting new uses for Ketamine. Ketamine often produces quicker and more effective results than standard mental health treatments like antidepressants. Ketamine treatment can begin working immediately and some patients report positive effects within minutes of their first treatment (responses vary depending on the individual patient). Ketamine has been shown to restore brain function by triggering the brain to grow new synaptic connections in a process called synaptogenesis. These new connections can help address mental disorders and other serious conditions that significantly impact your quality of life.
At our medical center, we offer a comprehensive diagnosis and custom treatment plan for individuals who can benefit from ketamine therapy.
Who can benefit from ketamine
This type of depression does not respond to common depression medications like antidepressants. Treatment-resistant depression can have severe negative effects and create a situation that feels hopeless. Recent research suggests that as many as 70% of patients with treatment-resistant depression experienced rapid relief with low-dose Ketamine treatment. This therapy can change the lives of people who believed their depression was untreatable.
New research supports Ketamine Therapy as a treatment for PTSD in returning combat veterans and others with PTSD symptoms. The degree of relief can vary among patients.
Ketamine has shown promise in treating anxiety-related mental disorders to improve quality of life and ease severe symptoms.
Ketamine has shown to be effective in treating chronic pain disorders, particularly those that have a neurological component. These include fibromyalgia, complex regional pain syndrome (CRPS), phantom limb pain, and ischemic limb pain.
Ketamine treatment has shown success in improving brain function, including cognition and memory.