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Mind and Body Infusion Therapies in Kirtland, Ohio offers ketamine infusion therapy for patients suffering from difficult-to-manage mental and physical health conditions. At the clinic, ketamine therapy is seen as a way of “helping you find you again.” That is to say, ketamine has been research-tested and proven to offer relief to those whose symptoms are having a significant negative impact on their lives, even while undergoing mainstream therapies.

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Both the caring and compassionate staff, and the welcoming and comfortable environment, make Mind and Body Infusion Therapies a safe and effective alternative, or supplement, for traditional therapeutic practices.

Amanda Angus brings to the practice a Masters in Nursing Anesthesia, amongst numerous other qualifications. Further believing ketamine to be “a remarkable drug,” Amanda is “excited to bring this…treatment option to people who have been suffering.”

The goal of the clinical team is to bring ketamine treatments to those who need it in a safe and efficient way. Mind and Body Infusion Therapies provides help and relief to clients throughout the Cleveland region, including the significant population of veterans suffering from these debilitating conditions.

Offered Treatments

  • IV Ketamine Infusion Therapy

Treated Conditions

  • Major Depressive Disorder
  • Dysthymia/Cyclothymia
  • Chronic Depression
  • Bipolar
  • Suicidal Ideation
  • PTSD (Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder)
  • OCD (Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder)
  • Adolescent Depression
  • Postpartum Depression
  • General Anxiety
  • Panic Anxiety
  • Social Phobias
  • CRPS (Complex Regional Pain Syndrome)
  • Phantom Limb Pain
  • Neuropathic Pain
  • Fibromyalgia
  • Crohn’s Disease pain
  • RSD (Reflex Sympathetic Dystrophy)
  • Multiple Sclerosis
  • Post treatment late state Lyme disease
  • IBM (Inclusion Body Myositis)

Important Info

  • All patients must have a person to accompany them home, whether on public transport or a private vehicle.
  • Treatments run about 40 minutes for mental health treatments and four hours for pain treatments.
  • Typical effects of ketamine infusion can include: dissociation, profound analgesia (reduction in pain), vivid dreams, hallucinations.
  • Ketamine may not be suitable for those suffering the following: severe coronary artery disease, glaucoma, elevated intercranial pressure, Wolff-Parkinson White Syndrome, or for those taking beta blockers with a history of congestive heart failure.

Also Read: This Is How Much a Ketamine Infusion Costs

Your Treatment: What to Expect at Mind and Body Infusion Therapies

Infusions will begin at low dosages until the clinic staff sees how you tolerate the medication. Patients are given anti-nausea medication prior to infusion and are monitored throughout the procedure by the trained staff. A common ketamine experience is that of dissociation, during which feelings of being unattached to one’s body occur. This is thought to be an important aspect of the healing process, however, and staff remains on hand to guide patients through this experience.

Who is this treatment for?

Thought to be 70-80 percent effective, ketamine infusions offer an alternative treatment for those whose conditions have proven resistant to mainstream treatments and therapies. Moreover, in conjunction with traditional treatments, ketamine infusions can show positive changes within the first 24 hours after the first treatment. Ketamine is not a “one protocol fits all” medication, so Mind and Body Infusion Therapies tailors its treatment plans to the specific needs of each client. Ketamine has shown great success in treating resistant forms of depression, chronic pain, and PTSD.

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  • Linda Marmash
    September 14, 2023 at 5:51 pm

    I am interested in Ketamine therapy for depression/anxiety and restless leg syndrome.

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  • Connie ilko
    August 9, 2023 at 4:07 pm

    I am trying to be an advocate for my niece Susan, who is in desperate need of ketamine therapy. The Cleveland clinic doctor recommended it for her but they can’t get her in for a couple months until October and she’s already had suicidal ideation’s and she has some severe anxiety and panic attacks and she’s begging to get in somewhere sooner. Is this something that you could help us with or do you need the doctors referral and is any of this covered by insurance?

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