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Kentuckiana Integrative Medicine, with a main clinic in Jeffersonville, Indiana, provides ketamine infusion therapy to the Indiana and Kentucky regions. Recent research at leading universities shows ketamine to be a powerful medicine. It has changed how people with resistant pain and mental health conditions approach healing and growth. As a result, the staff at the Kentuckiana clinic offers this treatment for those suffering from conditions ranging from depression and bipolar disorder to CRPS and fibromyalgia.
Ketamine infusion therapy has benefits for a wide variety of sufferers. Those seeking this powerful treatment suffer from conditions called “refractory”, or “resistant”. Such conditions have not responded positively to mainstream treatments and therapies. Of those who undergo this treatment, 70-80 percent report significant positive results.
Dr. Rafael Cruz runs Kentuckiana Integrative Medicine. A recognized leader in integrative practices, Dr. Cruz combines cutting-edge research with non-mainstream practices. The resulting combination leads to a personally-tailored treatment plan for every visitor to the clinic. In fact, the holistic practice of Dr. Cruz is reflected in the compassionate and understanding staff at Kentuckiana. Sufferers will find a welcome and comfortable environment in which to heal.
Mainstream treatment is successful for a wide range of pain and mental health conditions. With this in mind, for conditions that continue to resist oral medications and physical therapies, ketamine infusion offers a fast and effective avenue. The experts at Kentuckiana Integrative Medicine will guide you with expertise and gentleness into a new lease on life.
An initial assessment is necessary to rule out potential contraindications. Patients undergo a series of infusions over 1-2 weeks. Although a psychedelic compound, ketamine is infused in small enough amounts that side effects are subtle, and often quite pleasurable. First infusions at Kentuckiana Integrative Medicine are at a lower dose. Upon establishing tolerance to the medication, subsequent infusions are stronger and longer.
Ketamine is an effective medicine for most who come to it. However, approximately 20 percent of patients do not respond positively to the medication. Positive results cannot be guaranteed.
Ketamine therapy is not the first stop on the road to treating pain and mental health issues. Those who come to Kentuckiana Integrative Medicine will have tried other medications and therapies first. Once a condition is considered to be “resistant”, clinical trials with ketamine infusion show a 70-80 percent success rate. Kentuckiana Integrative Medicine can offer hope, healing, and growth.