Located in Moore, Oklahoma, the Mind Mood Pain clinic offers ketamine therapy to those suffering from difficult-to-treat mental health conditions. The team at the clinic bases their practice on the idea that “patients want to be well.” Such wellness is often pursued in the face of conditions that see little to no improvement with traditional treatments. As a result, patients have access to a wide array of resources to help achieve their recovery goals.
Rather than approaching cases in a general way, the team at Mind Mood Pain seeks to provide a personalized experience for each client that will lead to significant positive outcomes and a better quality of life.
The Mind Mood Pain clinic is overseen by Dr. Jeffery Miller, a trained anesthesiologist with 15 years of experience. Dr. Miller is passionate about providing his patients with appropriate treatments and philosophies for living with chronic pain. Both the clinical team and the specifically designed clinic reflect Dr. Miller’s commitment to his patients.
Infusions take place in the “supportive and quiet environment” of the clinic, which is conveniently located near numerous amenities for those waiting at a family member or friend’s appointment.
If mainstream treatments have thus far proven unsuccessful in treating your condition, Mind Mood Pain’s ketamine infusions offer an effective and safe treatment.
Ketamine therapy at Mind Mood Pain takes place in the welcoming and relaxing clinical environment. During the infusion, some patients may feel side effects, such as dizziness, nausea, and dissociation. Trained staff remain on hand to help deal with any negative reactions patients may have, though.
The innovative ketamine treatments “work by rebalancing…neurotransmitter systems so that the brain circuits can function properly.” Once the infusion process has finished, some patients report significant positive effects only hours after treatment.
Mind Mood Pain offers low-dose ketamine therapy to those whose experiences with mainstream treatments and therapies have shown little improvement in recurrent symptoms. This innovative approach offers an alternative route to healing by working on the glutamate system in the brain, helping to repair and grow new neural pathways. Further, ketamine can also be incorporated into already established treatment practices, sometimes to great effect.