MD Infusions provides healing to patients with severe and debilitating mood disorders through the use of ketamine therapy. People suffering from severe depression and other treatment-resistant mental health disorders may not find relief from their symptoms through traditional forms of medicine, and that is where ketamine therapy comes in. Studies have shown ketamine to be helpful in relieving the harmful symptoms that go hand-in-hand with mental illness.
The highly-trained and compassionate staff at MD Infusions is made up of board-certified emergency medicine physicians passionate about health. They understand the complexities of mental health disorders and how they can wreak havoc on all aspects of wellness. Their main goal is to address these conditions with IV infusion ketamine treatments so that patients can regain a sense of control over their health.
Before recommending ketamine treatments, an expert team member at MD Infusions will assess an individual’s suitability for ketamine therapy.
Treatment typically starts with a total of six, one-hour infusions given 2-3 times per week for 2-3 weeks. Maintenance therapy consists of a one-hour treatment given approximately every 4 weeks. This interval may vary depending on the length of response to initial therapy.
Infusions take place in a comfortable environment and last for about 45 minutes. Some patients report out-of-body sensations or mild hallucinations, but these side effects disappear soon after the infusion ends. Throughout the process, patients are monitored by one of the clinic’s highly-trained staff.
Those who have not been helped by conventional treatment strategies have another option with ketamine treatments at MD Infusions. Research in the last 7-10 years has shown that ketamine infusions are effective for those suffering from treatment-resistant mental health conditions and chronic pain conditions. Either as an alternative to or a supplement to mainstream treatments, ketamine infusions offer an alternative path to healing for those who have lost hope.