Is Ketamine right, for me?

Is Ketamine right, for me? 2020-01-09T16:44:20-07:00

Now that you have read about what Ketamine is and how it works, how do you decide if it is right for you? Ketamine Infusion Centers will provide you with that answer by showing you how effective it is for a variety of conditions. If you are seeking treatment for one of the below conditions, Ketamine infusions could be right for you.

Pain Management

Many people suffer from Chronic Pain, Complex Regional Pain Syndrome, and several different neuropathic pain causes, and Ketamine has proven an effective treatment for them. In fact, Ketamine has been used to treat pain since the 1960s. Ketamine’s antihyperalgesic, antidepressant, and anti-inflammatory effects, make it a great treatment for pain management.

Depression and Anxiety

Ketamine is showing fantastic results in treating depression, anxiety, and other mood disorders. Between 70% to 85% of patients in numerous studies, suffering from a variety of mood disorders, have shown positive results from ketamine infusion treatments. Many of these patients have tried a variety of other treatments and antidepressants that have not relieved their symptoms, but Ketamine has worked for them. Most find relief after just one treatment! Ketamine infusions could be right for treating your mood disorder.

PTSD

There have been numerous studies showing the positive results from Ketamine infusion treatments for Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder. This disorder is difficult to treat, with less than 30% of patients receiving relief from typical treatments. Improvements have been shown within just 24 hours of the first infusion and the impact can last for up to 14 weeks! With such positive results, you can’t afford to not give Ketamine infusion treatments a try for your PTSD.

As with any medical procedures or treatments, you should always consult your doctor first. There are some conditions that Ketamine cannot treat. There are some patients with specific medical problems that should not take Ketamine due to possible adverse effects. There are other medical conditions that must be controlled before taking Ketamine. If you have any of the following, then you should not take Ketamine, or you should consult your doctor before considering Ketamine treatment.

Conditions When Ketamine Should Not Be Taken

  • Uncontrolled High Blood Pressure
  • Pulmonary Problems – COPD, Asthma
  • Cardiac Disease

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Contact us today and book a free consultation to see how ketamine infusion therapy can help you.