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People living with treatment-resistant mood and pain disorders can find relief from their symptoms at the Center for Holistic Healthcare. The medical center provides ketamine infusion services to help people regain control of their health and get their lives back. The treatments given are highly personalized to each patient to help address the unique cause of their disorder and the best way to heal their pain.

The Center for Holistic Healthcare was founded by Alina Schneider, who is enrolled in a Fellowship in Integrative Medicine at the University of Arizona. She and her entire medical team are passionate about mental wellness and aim to use breakthrough treatments such as ketamine to heal as many people as possible.

Offered Treatments

  • IV Ketamine Infusion Therapy
  • Spravato (Esketamine Nasal Spray)

Treated Conditions

  • Bipolar Disorder
  • Depression
  • Anxiety
  • PTSD (Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder)
  • OCD (Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder)
  • Fibromyalgia
  • CPRS (Complex Regional Pain Syndrome)
  • Suicidal Ideation
  • Chronic Pain

Important Info

  • The Center for Holistic Healthcare works with Osmind, an app that serves as a central hub to track your progress, communicate in between appointments, and fine-tune your treatment plan.
  • Ketamine infusion costs vary, and since insurance providers rarely cover these treatments, it’s best to check with your provider beforehand.

Who is ketamine treatment for?

Those who have not been helped by conventional treatment strategies have another option with ketamine treatments. Research in the last 7-10 years has shown that ketamine infusions are effective for those suffering from treatment-resistant mental health conditions and chronic pain conditions. Either as an alternative to or a supplement to mainstream treatments, ketamine infusions offer an alternative path to healing for those who have lost hope.

At its core, yes. Ketamine infusion therapy is still awaiting full FDA approval, but ketamine itself has a long proven track record of being a safe FDA-approved anesthetic since 1970. It is even part of the List of Essential Medications that the World Health Organization recommends to have in every hospital.

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