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KETAMINE INJECTION THERAPY / 80% EFFICACY
Ketamine has been discovered to have dramatic beneficial effects on patients with depression, OCD, PTSD, bipolar disorder and suicidal tendencies. While other medications and therapies can take months or even years to show results, the effects of Ketamine therapy are immediate, the most effective and longest lasting.
WHAT IS KETAMINE INJECTION THERAPY?
Ketamine is recognized as the safest, most widely used anesthetic in the world. It’s an FDA approved Schedule III anesthetic that has been used on both humans and animals for over 50 years. It’s also been commonly used with young children. Ketamine therapy has been used to treat:
Major Depressive Disorder (even if treatment resistant)
Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder
Obsessive Compulsive Disorder
Thoughts of Suicide: Research has shown that Ketamine infusions can decrease and even eliminate suicidal thinking within hours of infusion.
BENEFITS OF KETAMINE
Ketamine works differently than traditional antidepressants. Ketamine immediately reduces stress and makes patients feel less lost, confused, and overwhelmed. This creates a window of clarity in which they can seek help and respond better to traditional therapy and counseling.
✓ Immediate results in patients with refractory depression
✓ Dramatic improvements in mood within hours
✓ Effective treatment when other treatments fail
✓ Especially useful in suicidal patients when time is of the essence
IS KETAMINE RIGHT FOR YOU?
When antidepressants — such as Prozac, Zoloft, and Effexor — aren’t working, Ketamine treatment for depression may be exactly what you need. Many patients who have failed two or more medications are considered “treatment resistant.” This is when Ketamine can be the most helpful. Ketamine injection therapy is appropriate for any patient who has met the criteria for treatment resistance, or have thoughts of suicide with severe depression.
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