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Interventional Pain Management provides ketamine infusion services to people with treatment-resistant mood and chronic pain disorders. Breakthrough ketamine treatments have shown to be effective for treatment-resistant conditions and the medical center helps people overcome their symptoms one infusion at a time. Conditions they treat include depression, post-traumatic stress disorder, and complex regional pain syndrome.

The clinic’s highly trained staff understand just how debilitating chronic pain and mood disorders can be. Their main goal is to help patients heal in a lasting way so they can regain control over their health.

Interventional Pain Management is led by Dr. Sabri Malek, a board-certified anesthesiologist. He and his team set their clinic apart by taking the time to get to know each patient, their needs, and what is required to help them heal.

Offered Treatments

  • IV Ketamine Infusion Therapy

Treated Conditions

  • Depression
  • PTSD (Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder)
  • OCD (Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder)
  • CRPS (Complex Regional Pain Syndrome)

Important Info

  • Free phone consultations are available.
  • You do not need a referral to get ketamine infusion therapy at Interventional Pain Management. You can refer yourself as long as you have a qualified physician to manage your medication and a therapist who can monitor your symptoms on an ongoing basis.
  • Currently, insurance companies do not cover ketamine infusions. Payment for treatments is required prior to being scheduled. Fees for consultation visits and follow-up visits may be covered by some insurance plans. Contact your insurance company for specifics.

How many infusions will you need?

Interventional Pain Management recommends six infusions over one to three weeks for treating psychiatric and chronic pain conditions. If the treatment successfully controls your symptoms, Dr. Malek will conduct follow-up evaluations to determine long-term treatment plans. Follow-up treatment usually consists of one infusion every four to five weeks.

How does depression treatment differ from chronic pain?

They are very similar. The main differences are the duration of different infusions and the total amount of ketamine given for each infusion. Typically, infusions for chronic pain conditions take twice as long and use about twice the amount of ketamine.

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