What is Ketamine Infusion Therapy?
Ketamine IV Infusion therapy is a rapid-fire dose of ketamine that's often used as an alternative or supplement to traditional medicine. Ketamine infusion therapy is used to treat a variety of conditions, including depression, anxiety, and chronic pain. Ketamine infusion therapy can be an effective treatment for these conditions when other treatments have failed.
Ketamine Infusion Therapy is a unique form of medication that has become increasingly popular in recent years. This promising treatment, which can be administered through an IV offers many benefits for those looking to relieve their pain without leading them into addiction territory as some other medications might do.
The advantages of ketamine therapy seem clear: you get all sorts of rapid relief (days rather than weeks) with low side effects profile and is usually administered at lower doses than most others on the market right now.
What Ketamine Infusion Therapy Can Help With?
IV Ketamine therapy helps with several psychiatric conditions, but it is most commonly used to treat major depression. You are likely to be diagnosed with treatment-resistant depression if you have tried more than two traditional antidepressant treatment regimens and have not responded adequately.
IV Ketamine treatments may help many patients with suicidal thoughts or chronic suicidal ideation that are generally associated with substance abuse having addictive properties.
Other conditions that IV ketamine may help with are:
It is a well-established fact that chronic pain can have devastating effects on the quality of life of an individual. This includes not only emotional and mental issues like mood disorders but also severe depression or anxiety from the constant discomfort in our bodies day after day - even when we aren't conscious about it! The use of intravenous ketamine as an alternative treatment for chronic pain has shown promising results. It is not only quick-acting but also provides relief from both mental and physical ailments, which means it can be used on a wide range of conditions without any side effects!Read More
IV Ketamine treatment has been found to help ease depression by inducing the production of glutamate, a neurotransmitter in the brain, essential for regulating the mood of a person. It works by enhancing the receptive activity of the glutamate-specific receptors in the brain. Thus, ketamine infusions play a key role in rebuilding the lost connections in the brain and helping alleviate the common mental disorders or life-threatening thoughts by imparting its antidepressant effects with a low profile of side effects.Read More
Ketamine infusion therapy has shown to help with fibromyalgia by improving mental clarity and relieving pain and muscle tension in the body's muscles. It also helps patients feel less anxious or irritable which allows them to enjoy life again! In small, controlled doses, ketamine appears to help lessen the discomfort you’re experiencing, and can even help you feel calm and relaxed. It works efficiently with high positive results and low chances of adverse events.Read More
Non FDA Approved
Intravenous Ketamine has been used for years in surgical procedures due to its anesthetic properties. However, over time the researchers have found more uses for ketamine infusion that may be unconventional and not yet approved by FDA. The promising beneficial results of ketamine infusions for treating depression, and chronic pain along with the minimal incidence of side effects have opened more possible "Off-Label" treatment pathways for patients suffering from various ailments.
Ketamine Infusion Therapy in El Paso, TX
Vitamid Infusion Center in El Paso, TX offers effective Ketamine Infusions for your physical ailments like chronic pain management and mental discomfort like depression or anxiety minus the risk or complication of adverse events. Our IV Ketamine Therapy has emerged as the most reliable solution for treating pain, fibromyalgia, depression, migraines, etc.
Fibromyalgia is a chronic pain disorder that is often difficult to treat. It is often accompanied by fatigue, cognitive disturbance, psychiatric symptoms, and multiple somatic symptoms. There is no evidence that a single event “causes” FM. Rather, many physical and/or emotional stressors may trigger or aggravate symptoms. Book an appointment here to treat Fibromyalgia.Book an appointment
More than 38 million Americans suffer from migraines, which are often due to neurological problems. Many people think that migraines are severe headaches that make you feel sick. However, migraines are neurological disorders that cause several symptoms, including severe headache, sensitivity to light and sound, nausea and vomiting, visual disturbances, and numbness and tingling in your face and extremities. Book an appointment here to treat Migraine.Book an appointment
Chronic Pain is one of the most common reasons that patients seek medical attention. Chronic pain results from combined biologic, psychological, and social factors, and most often requires a multifactorial approach to management.
The appropriate initial therapeutic strategy for chronic pain is dependent upon an accurate evaluation of the cause of the pain and the type of chronic pain syndrome. Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation provides an option when medications are not helping.Book an appointment
Depression is the most common psychiatric disorder in the general population. Patients often report with somatic symptoms like headache, back problems or chronic pain, which makes detection of depression more difficult. But once diagnosed, depression is equally difficult to treat. TransCutaneous Direct Current Stimulation, however, has proven to help patients to fight depression. Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation is FDA approved for hard to treat depression. Book an appointment here to treat Depression.Book an appointment
Dementia is the general term for a group of brain disorders that cause memory problems and make it hard to think clearly. The symptoms of dementia, like confusion, forgetting of languages, trouble concentrating, and so on, often start off very mild and get worse slowly. Neurostimulation and neuromodulation techniques have shown benefit in enhancing memories.Book an appointment
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