Midwest Ketafusion, the first ketamine infusion clinic in Iowa City, IA, provides ketamine therapy to the city and surrounding areas, as well as surrounding states, including Illinois, Kansas, and Missouri. Offering “evidence-based treatment plans” and an “individual approach to patient care,” Midwest Ketafusion is an alternative for those whose treatments by conventional practices have resulted in little improvement in mental or physical health conditions. The comfortable clinic and expert staff ensure a safe and productive experience for each client. Those suffering from treatment-resistant mood disorders and/or chronic pain can find relief from symptoms through this cutting-edge treatment.
The board-certified team at Midwest Ketafusion have a combined two decades of experience in anesthetics. Among the clinical staff is CRNA Charlie Hong, whose experience with anesthesia and ketamine stretches back over a decade. Charlie was led to advocating for alternative treatments for mental health disorders after witnessing firsthand the effects of such a disorder on a close childhood friend. The Midwest Ketafusion team provides safe and reliable treatments to those whose quality of life is negatively impacted by the difficulties associated with chronic and treatment-resistant problems.
Prior to infusion treatments, clients undergo a thorough screening process to ensure that ketamine is an appropriate medication. Patients are monitored closely by a trained CRNA throughout the procedure. Some patients experience dissociative or uncomfortable physical sensations during treatment, but these subside soon after the infusion ends. Ketamine infusion has shown significant positive results within hours of the initial treatment, though most patients will begin to see these results within the first few days.
Ketamine infusion therapy at Midwest Ketafusion is for those whose mental health condition or chronic pain conditions continue to negatively impact quality of life, even after or during more mainstream treatments. Ketamine infusion has been shown to be a useful and effective component of a larger treatment plan that includes conventional therapies as well, though physician referrals are not necessary for treatment. Those seeking relief from hard-to-manage conditions have a safe, research-tested alternative in ketamine. In some cases, ketamine may also help with sleep issues.
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