Acute Pain Therapies offers ketamine infusion and esketamine nasal spray therapies for patients with difficult to deal with conditions. The staff at the two clinics offer an alternative route to relief for sufferers in the Bellevue and Seattle, WA areas. Acute Pain Therapies has a clear mission to “prevent opiate addiction” and offer “alternative means of controlling pain.” As the opioid crisis continues to grow in its severity, the Acute Pain team is in place to provide solutions that can both stem the tide of addiction affecting a large percentage of the population and promote a new and safer method of treating recurring impediments to healing.
Among the many expert staff members at Acute Pain Therapies, Drs. Zachary Fisk and Christina Julian lead the team in their mission to provide treatment to those suffering difficult conditions. Dr. Fisk brings with him a wealth of experience with perioperative opioid. It is this experience that inspired him to open the Acute Pain Therapies practice as a way of providing non-opioid relief for certain conditions. Along with Dr. Julian’s anesthesiology experience, and the various expertise the rest of the clinical team bring to the table, patients can expect compassionate, professional care in the clinic’s comfortable and relaxing treatment facility.
Treatments at Acute Pain Therapies take place in safe and comfortable rooms. A thorough clinical evaluation determines the suitability of ketamine therapy. If determined to be unsuitable at the time, referrals to other experts will be provided by the clinic. The Acute Pain treatment rooms are also equipped to handle any distress or uncomfortable side-effects a patient may experience during the procedure. Further, an anesthesiologist is on hand at all times to monitor patient progress. Acute will also work in tandem with other providers to ensure that infusion is playing a proper part in the patient’s treatment plan.
Ketamine Infusion at Acute Pain Therapies is for those suffering from difficult to treat conditions that have not responded well to mainstream treatments. Patients suffering from adverse effects of depression and those with chronic pain, either pre- or post-operative, may find relief through low-dose, regulated ketamine infusions. The Acute Pain treatments can also be a vital part of a wider treatment plan, incorporating both ketamine infusion treatments and mainstream therapeutic practices.