What is Ketamine?
Ketamine is an FDA-approved anesthetic agent originally developed in 1962. It has been used primarily as an induction agent for general anesthesia in surgery for children, adults, and animals. Ketamine has a remarkable safety track record, hence its use in the pediatric population. Recently, it has been discovered that ketamine can be highly effective in treating depression, PTSD, fibromyalgia, and other conditions.
What Mood Disorders Can Ketamine Help With?
Ketamine for Chronic Pain
Frequently Asked Questions AboutTreatment for Mood Disorders & Chronic Pain
According to research studies, infusions of Ketamine to treat depression can be effective for up to 75% of individuals. Although the effects of Ketamine usually last for several weeks, some people can remain depression free for months.
A total of six infusions is recommended within a 3 week period in order to maximize the effects of ketamine. The repair and growth of new nerve cells over time is what can lead to long lasting improvements in symptoms. However, the total length of treatment depends on each individual’s unique circumstances.
Ketamine treatment plans vary in cost dependent on treatment frequency. Unfortunately, insurance does not cover infusions since it is a off label treatment.
Patients should not take benzodiazepines or any prescribed narcotics on the day of their infusion.
No, there is no need to stop any of the medications you are currently taking.
Ketamine is, without doubt, one of the most effective ways of managing treatment-resistant mental health disorders. Visit us today at REVIVE ketamine clinic in Arlington, TN, and let us help you regain your mental well-being and bring joy back into your life.
Our clinic offers high-quality and innovative ketamine based treatments to help manage mood disorders and chronic pain conditions. Our services are available to all people living within the city of Arlington, TN and surrounding areas.
If you or someone you may know is struggling with long term depression, and other treatment methods and medications have failed to help, then you may want to consider ketamine infusion therapy as a viable option in your quest to live a happier and healthier life and spending time with those you love the most.
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