Those suffering from treatment-resistant depressive disorders or chronic pain syndromes can find a path to relief with ketamine infusion therapy at Ketamine Infusion Solutions. Located in Wichita, Kansas, the clinic offers intravenous ketamine therapy to individuals who have found little relief from more mainstream treatments.
Ketamine, first developed in 1962, has been in use as an anesthetic for 50 years. In the last 20 years, researchers have noted the significant positive benefits ketamine brings to chronic pain and mental health conditions.
Dr. Robert Ain, who spearheads Ketamine Infusion Solutions, has been administering ketamine treatments for over 15 years. He uses ketamine to treat neuropathic and chronic pain, and is one of the only physicians to have been requested by Veterans Affairs to treat injuries and/or PTSD in service members. Combined with more conventional therapies, ketamine infusion can help in returning clients to a more positive quality of life.
Following a medical screening, the ketamine treatment will take place at the Ketamine Infusion Solutions clinic. Clients may feel drowsy during the infusion. Other side effects include elevated blood pressure and mild nausea. A trained expert is on hand at all times to monitor the patient and adjust the medication levels. Any side effects tend to dissipate within an hour of treatment. Some patients have reported significant improvements in mood and/or pain only hours after treatment.
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It is estimated that over 100 million Americans suffer from some form of chronic pain. Further, about 5% of the world’s population suffers from depression. For many of these sufferers, conventional medications and therapies are ineffective. Ketamine infusion therapy is a cutting-edge, clinically proven treatment that provides relief for individuals among those millions for whom traditional therapies have not worked. Ketamine Infusion Solutions offers a new path to healing and recovery for those with treatment-resistant conditions.
*Includes a screening, psychological assessment, meeting with a counselor, and a complete review of your medical history with a clinician.$ 100.00