New Horizon Clinics offer ketamine therapy to sufferers across Florida, with their practicing clinicians located in the Tallahassee, FL location. The practice is owned and operated by leading Floridan ketamine providers. These doctors are dedicated to providing a unique and safe treatment alternative to those suffering from treatment-resistant and/or chronic mental and physical health complaints. Ketamine is listed as an essential medication by the World Health Organization due to its “impressive safety profile,” and was approved by the FDA over 50 years ago. More recent research into the effects of ketamine on neural regeneration has shown significant positive outcomes in 70-80% of those treated. If mainstream medications have proven ineffective in treating the symptoms of your condition, New Horizon Clinics offers a potentially life-changing alternative.
Dr. Henry Kirsch is the medical director of the New Horizon Ketamine clinics. Dr. Kirsch combines experience in internal medicine and emergency care with an investment in alternative paths to healing. This combination inspires the holistic approach to healing that New Horizon Ketamine strives to provide to its clients. New Horizon Ketamine also have a full-time social worker on site, Amanda Secran, who assists the physician team with in providing mental health support to clients. Ketamine has been vilified due to its use as a party drug, but its safety profile and recent psychiatric research demonstrates its suitability as an antidepressant for those who have struggled without relief against the symptoms of their conditions.
After submitting a contact form and deciding upon ketamine therapy as a way forward, the team at New Horizon Ketamine will schedule a series of infusions. A standard course of treatments runs 4-6 infusions over the course of 2 weeks. Each treatment plan is tailored to the individual client. Some patients experience dissociative side effects, but these are normal for the process and fade soon after the infusion ends.
Ketamine creates new neural pathways in the brain. These pathways replace pathways damaged or destroyed by the ongoing symptoms of chronic mental and physical health conditions. Although the specific way ketamine works in not clearly defined, it has a unique effect on depressive symptoms, making it a potentially positive treatment for those who have seen little benefit from mainstream oral medications.
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