People suffering from mental health disorders and chronic pain can find relief from their symptoms with ketamine infusions at Ketamine Wellness Infusions in Mount Juliet, Tennessee. Ketamine is a highly-respected anesthetic, considered by the World Health Organization to be an essential medication. Recent developments in the treatment of resistant conditions with low-dose ketamine strengthen this assessment.
Some of the conditions Ketamine Wellness Infusions treats include depression, post-traumatic stress disorder, migraines, and fibromyalgia. The clinic was founded by Certified Registered Nurse Anesthetist Amy Begley. Amy started the clinic because of her desire to do more for people after witnessing just how detrimental these conditions could be. She also suffered from postpartum depression herself, making her all the more motivated to improve her patients’ quality of life.
With dedication, compassion, and expertise, Amy and the staff at Ketamine Wellness Infusions are determined to help as many people as possible with ketamine therapy.
– IV ketamine infusion therapy
A comprehensive physical and mental health evaluation will take place, with one of Ketamine Wellness Infusions’ staff members making sure to document your medical history, medication list, and more. If you’re determined to be a good candidate for ketamine infusion therapy, a treatment plan will be created and your first infusion scheduled.
The infusion will begin once an IV is placed in either your arm or hand depending on vein access. Lights are lowered and a relaxing spa-like environment ensues while you’re reclining in a comfortable heated massage chair. You’ll get the option to use a weighted blanket and can choose between silence, white noise, or the music of your choice. Comfortable clothing is suggested and pillows and blankets may also be brought. Vital signs will be recorded every 10-15 minutes and you will be consistently monitored for mood and side effects. Patients often describe the infusion as relaxing, noting a floating sensation. Others feel some anxiety or disorientation.
Afterward, there’s usually a 15-30 minute recovery time. It is unsafe to drive after a ketamine infusion, so you’ll need a friend or family member to take you home.
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