The Linden Medical Center Saskatoon, located in Saskatchewan, Canada, boasts an “exceptional team” that provides ketamine infusions and ketamine-assisted psychotherapy. Patients in the prairie province that have not found recovery through mainstream medications may benefit from this cutting-edge treatment. If you suffer from treatment-resistant conditions, such as depression, anxiety, or PTSD, ketamine treatments at the Linden Medical Center Saskatoon may provide relief.
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Founded on the principle of “being able to offer modern treatments for psychiatric illness,” The Linden Medical Center Saskatoon is led by Dr. Monika Hooper. Dr. Hooper was born in Saskatoon and spent many years practicing at various institutions in the province before opening the Linden clinic. Whether undergoing infusions or ketamine-assisted therapy, the Linden Medical Center Saskatoon offers quiet, comfortable treatments supported by leading-edge research.
Ketamine treatments at the Linden Medical Center Saskatoon are administered by a trained anesthetist. This expert also monitors blood pressure, heart rate, and oxygen saturation throughout the procedure. Patients are treated in a private, comfortable room with dimmable lighting and ample media options. Some patients experience uncomfortable side effects, but the attending anesthetist can reduce these effects by adjusting the IV medication.
Ketamine treatments are for adults with “refractory major depressive disorder.” A refractory disorder is one that has been treated by 2 or more mainstream antidepressants and has not improved. These difficult to manage conditions have seen significant reductions in negative symptoms, sometimes after only one infusion. A full course of treatments may lead to health and happiness.