The team at the Baltimore Ketamine Clinic provides personalized and comprehensive care using ketamine therapy. The clinic’s main goal is to improve the overall quality of their patients’ lives, and are able to treat a variety of different condition. These include issues like depression, migraines, pelvic congestion syndrome, restless leg syndrome, rheumatoid arthritis, and major anxiety.
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Founder Ivana Mitic is a board-certified Anesthetic Nurse who operates with the intent of combining a relaxing and welcoming environment. Together, with medical director Dr. Margaret M. Rajnic, Ivana Mitic hopes to give patients a new and improved quality of life.
If you’re determined to be a good candidate for ketamine infusion therapy after receiving a free telephone consultation, Baltimore Ketamine Clinic will arrange your first treatment appointment. On that day, it is safe for you to eat 6 hours prior to your infusion. The clinic recommends a light meal to minimize nausea. Clear liquids (such as apple or cranberry juice, water, soda, coffee with no milk or sugar, and tea) are allowed 2 hours before your infusion. You will be required to have a responsible adult to take you home following your treatment (Uber is not acceptable). Driving for the rest of the day is not recommended.
You are welcome to bring your music, take a nap, or just close your eyes and relax during the infusion.
Following the initial series of IV ketamine treatment—Baltimore Ketamine Clinic recommends six treatments over two to three weeks for mood disorders and 3-10 infusions for pain conditions—patients may be offered maintenance treatments or a “booster” dose.
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