Beaverton, Oregon’s Cornell Pain Clinic provides ketamine therapy to patients seeking treatment for chronic pain and/or hard to treat mental health conditions. The staff is dedicated to helping clients “restore function and improve…quality of life” through the use of leading-edge therapies.
Ketamine infusion therapy helps to rewrite and repair parts of the brain damaged by chronic and treatment-resistant conditions, providing quick and often long-lasting relief.
Dr. Suresh Chand directs the Cornell Pain Clinic. Dr. Chand is dual-certified in both pain management and psychiatry, vital areas of expertise in the use of ketamine therapy. Dr. Chand is also a serving physician in the U.S. Army Reserve Medical Corps. With a wide body of knowledge drawn from education in both India and the U.S., Dr. Chand and his team bring to the Beaverton area a compassionate and comfortable environment in which to seek out relief from treatment-resistant conditions.
The Cornell Pain Clinic is a professional alternative for those whose experiences with traditional practices have left them disappointed.
At your initial appointment at the Cornell Pain Clinic, Dr. Chand will perform a thorough mental and physical health screening, ensuring that ketamine is a safe and effective route of treatment for each individual patient. Importantly, “[e]xpectations coming into the treatment do affect the experience; so, it is helpful to decide ahead of time that you will be safe and will feel ‘weird’ for a short time.” Some patients experience lightness, dizziness, or feelings of dissociation, but these, and any other side effects, dissipate soon after treatment ends.
Treatments are generally six infusions, with follow-up treatments 4-8 weeks after the end of the initial series.
If conventional treatments for chronic pain or mental health conditions have not resulted in a better quality of life, ketamine infusion therapy at the Cornell Pain Clinic offers a safe, effective, and research-tested alternative. Ketamine acts to repair areas of the brain that have been repeatedly damaged by treatment-resistant conditions. Unlike opiates, which can increase sensitivity to pain over time, ketamine helps the body to recognize and repair pain receptors that may be traumatized. Ketamine is a safe and effective route to relief, either as an alternative to or as a supplement to mainstream practices.
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