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Georgia Renew Clinics, located in comfortable and private offices in Gainesville, GA, offer ketamine therapy for those suffering from difficult to treat chronic pain or mental health conditions. The clinic has been in operation since 2015, providing IV infusions to sufferers who “felt like all other treatment options [had been] exhausted.” Ketamine has been utilized in emergency and pediatric medicine as an anesthetic since the late 1960s. It is considered by the World Health Organization to be an “essential medication.” Those familiar with the medication began to realize its profound benefit for treatment-resistant mental health conditions, and subsequent research has shown that it can have an immediate positive impact on people living with chronic pain, depression, or any number of difficult to manage conditions.

The all-female staff at Georgia Renew Clinics ketamine center are led by Dr. Heidi Nicholson, a trained emergency physician and practitioner of Oriental Medicine. Ketamine therapy treatments at the clinic also include acupuncture. Dr. Nicholson believes that a balanced combination of Western and Eastern medical practices can lead to “greater healing and quality of life.” While the clinic is often a “last stop” for many sufferers, as they exhaust various treatment options, this need not be the case. Individuals who have tried mainstream therapies for their conditions and have had little positive outcome can find a research-backed and fast-acting alternative in Georgia Renew Clinics ketamine therapy.

Offered Treatments

  • IV Ketamine Infusion Therapy
  • Ketamine Nasal Spray inhaler

Treated Conditions

  • Depression
  • Anxiety
  • Bipolar Disorder
  • OCD (Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder)
  • PTSD (Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder)
  • Chronic Pain
  • Fibromyalgia
  • Migraines
  • Neuropathy
  • Chronic Inflammation
  • Opiate Withdrawal

Important Info

  • Conditions that make ketamine treatments dangerous or ineffective include, but are not limited to: uncontrolled high blood pressure; illegal substance abuse; untreated thyroid disease; unstable heart disease; mania or active psychosis.
  • Ketamine is not a permanent cure, but may provide longer relief from symptoms than mainstream oral medications.
  • Georgia Renew Clinics requires a signed referral from a Licensed Mental Health Care Provider.
  • Please contact the clinic for further information regarding fees and insurance.

Your Treatment: What to Expect

An initial consultation and discussion of the patient’s condition is the first step in determining the dose of ketamine that will be used in the infusion. Infusions take place in a quiet, comfortable treatment room, equipped with monitoring equipment and a reclining chair. One Georgia Renew patient described the feeling of ketamine as “weird, interesting, squishy.” All side effects subside soon after the infusion ends. Some patients experience relief after only one session, but most require a full course of treatments.

Who is this treatment for?

While many who suffer from depressive disorders or chronic pain find relief from mainstream medications, some conditions are considered “treatment-resistant,” and do not respond to these medicines. Ketamine therapy at Georgia Renew Clinics is a fast-acting alternative that has proven to be remarkably effective in combating the symptoms of these difficult to manage conditions. If you have tried numerous therapies and have had little success, ketamine treatments may be a life-changing alternative.

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