Ketamine for Chronic Pain
What Is Ketamine?
Ketamine, which has an exceptional safety record and far-ranging benefits, is a medication traditionally employed as an anesthetic. Today, ketamine therapy is frequently used to treat conditions resistant to conventional medicine.
Thanks to its ability to block specific brain receptors and impact the perception of pain, ketamine therapy has been shown to be effective in treating chronic pain conditions. It can be especially helpful in the treatment of complex regional pain syndrome (CRPS), fibromyalgia, and migraines.
Alleviate Your Pain
Don’t simply lessen your pain – control it before it starts and enjoy longer periods of relief. With help from ketamine infusion therapy, it’s possible to get your distress under control.
Our innovative wellness center provides a welcoming, safe space in which those struggling with persistent pain can explore relief options. Schedule a complimentary consultation to discuss your needs and to learn what a holistic treatment plan would look like for you.
Why It’s a Preferred Treatment
Having been used for decades, ketamine is trusted within the medical profession and is backed by an outstanding safety record.
Pain perception has been shown to be reduced, as ketamine can affect the nervous system and specific pain receptors.
Ketamine is FDA-approved and a legal psychedelic when administered by registered medical practitioners like those on our staff.
Because ketamine is typically delivered intravenously or by intramuscular injection, it’s incredibly fast-acting, often working within hours.
Avoid Addictive Conventional Medicine
The problem with conventional chronic pain treatments is the continued use of opioids. Long-term opioid use can have detrimental effects on the body, including a risk of addiction.
It’s also possible to build up an opioid tolerance, making the same dose less effective over time. Ketamine can be a safer option when it comes to the long-term management of chronic pain conditions. Discover more about the many benefits of ketamine and other psychedelic therapies today.
Restores Balance for Many
Shown to be effective in the treatment of many different types of conditions, ketamine for chronic pain is becoming the treatment of choice for thousands. It’s a popular treatment for those struggling with:
Fibromyalgia: By blocking a specific receptor that’s a component of pain signaling, the intensity of pain associated with fibromyalgia may be reduced.
Migraines: Work to “reset” pain pathways to reduce hypersensitivity to stimuli, intensity, frequency, and even the duration of debilitating migraines.
Complex regional pain syndrome (CRPS): CRPS can be very difficult to manage, as medication works to treat general areas rather than honing in on specific issues. Studies have shown that ketamine reduces pain severity for those dealing with CRPS, with positive effects lasting long after the infusion process ends.
Learn more about ketamine and how it can help you restore your balance today.
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Your Wellness Allies
Our dedicated professionals, who collectively have over 60 years of experience in medicine, are at the heart of our practice. Because of these expert clinicians, we offer an environment where clients feel heard, valued, and empowered in their recovery journey. Meet our team members today, the ones who prioritize safe, healing experiences.
Our Partners, Your Network
We're not just a ketamine clinic – we're a healthcare team with a holistic approach dedicated to helping you live life pain-free. As part of our approach, we offer a partner network comprised of other therapists in the area who provide beneficial services. We're here for you, whether or not you use our treatments.
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