Created with the goal of providing it’s clients with “a healthier life” and the ability to “reach their own goals,” Morpheus IV, in Columbus, MI, offers ketamine treatments for those suffering from the debilitating symptoms of chronic pain and mood disorders.
Morpheus IV was one of the first clinics in Missouri to offer ketamine treatments, and is a female-founded and run company. Ketamine has been in use as an anesthetic for nearly 50 years, supported by a robust safety profile in emergency situations. The low-dose treatments offered at Morpheus IV have shown remarkable positive benefits for those suffering from chronic and/or treatment-resistant conditions.
The providers and staff at the clinic share a desire to take the knowledge and expertise they have accumulated and use it to better the lives of the people in their community. Those seeking an alternative to mainstream medications may find a reliable answer in ketamine infusions.
The wellness center is led by nurse anesthesiologists Jennifer Clark and Kirstin Richter. Ms. Clark was inspired to open the Morpheus IV clinic, and offer ketamine treatments, after struggling herself with chronic pain. After undergoing ketamine infusion therapy, and realizing its benefits, Ms. Clark, along with Ms. Richter, opened the infusion clinic to assist others struggling with similar conditions.
The care team at Morpheus IV bring combined decades of experience with anesthesia and healthcare settings to the clinic, all in service of providing the safest, most comfortable, and most beneficial experience possible. Treatment-resistant mental health conditions and chronic pain conditions afflict thousands of people across the country. Ketamine infusions at Morpheus IV provide a possible solution to these problems.
IV infusions at Morpheus IV take place in comfortable treatment rooms, each equipped with “big, massaging recliners.” Ketamine infusion appointments last approximately 3 hours. This included pre- and post-treatment consultations, as well as the ketamine treatment itself. During the infusion, some patients report sensations of floating, or may experience expanded consciousness. These are normal, and treatable, side effects, and are monitored throughout the process by trained staff.
Though regularly used in anesthesia, recent research into ketamine has shown it to be a remarkably beneficial medicine in the treatment of chronic pain and/or treatment-resistant mental health conditions. Many who suffer from such conditions find relief with mainstream treatments, but for those who do not, ketamine infusions at Morpheus IV may offer a alternative route to healing.