Dr. Sendi and the staff at NOVA Health Recovery are very professional, and the Ketamine treatments have been a lifesaver. I have been struggling with severe depression and PTSD that negatively impacted every area of my life. I have been prescribed many different medications over the last ten years, and nothing worked. After receiving Ketamine treatments, I have made significant improvements in my depression and PTSD and overall functioning in all areas of my life.Kimberly M
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This medical facility is the best I have ever been in. As a retired RN, I am very conscious of not only the doctor (Dr. Sendi is the best) but the staff as well as the facility itself. I would give many more stars if I was given the opportunity.Beth T
People living with various chronic pain and mood disorders can find relief from their symptoms at Nova Health Recovery. The health clinic provides ketamine infusion therapy for patients that have not found recovery through traditional forms of treatment. Conditions they treat at the clinic include depression, post-traumatic stress disorder, anxiety, and migraines.
Nova Health Recovery is led by Dr. Christopher Sendi, a highly skilled physician certified in addiction, obesity, internal, emergency, and pain management medicines. He and the team at the clinic are passionate about helping people regain control of their health. By offering cutting-edge ketamine therapy treatments, Dr. Sendi and his staff have been able to help many patients experience symptom-free living.
An initial consultation will determine whether ketamine is the right choice for you. Infusions themselves last about 45 minutes and take place in a private room with constant mechanical monitoring of heart rate, pulse, blood oxygen saturation percentages, and blood pressure.
Most patients report a relaxing and peaceful experience. You’ll most likely experience changes in vision and your ability to clearly focus on objects or people and your speech may be slurred or slowed, but you’ll typically have an experience of floating or being disconnected. Patients on average should expect to spend 90 to 120 minutes in the office allowing for the check-in procedure, the active phase of infusion, and recovery time.