Serving the Tulsa, Bartlesville, and Stillwater regions, Oklahoma Interventional Infusion offers low-dose IV ketamine therapy to those suffering from treatment-resistant and/or chronic health conditions. Ketamine has been used as an anesthetic for decades, and recent research shows that low-dose treatments are highly effective in treating difficult to manage conditions. Many who suffer from these conditions find little or no relief through mainstream methods of treatment, but the Oklahoma Interventional Infusion clinic provides a safe alternative to traditional medications.
Leading the team at Oklahoma Interventional Infusion are Dr. Jeff Halsell and Dr. Brandon Claflin, both doctors of Osteopathic medicine. They work alongside professional and compassionate caregivers, and treatments take place in the low-stress environment of the clinic. As each client’s needs are very different, the team at Oklahoma Interventional Infusion works together to devise the best treatment plan possible for each patient. The clinic’s goal is the reduction of pain and a return to a more positive lifestyle for each client, based on their individual recovery needs.
Ketamine will be administered intravenously at the clinic, and patients are monitored throughout the process. Infusions last about 40 minutes, and the clinic recommends at least 6 infusions over the course of 2-3 weeks. Common side effects of ketamine can include feelings of dissociation, nausea, and dizziness. These effects subside soon after the infusion process is complete. For further information, please contact the clinic.
Ketamine infusions at Oklahoma Interventional Infusion are for those whose mainstream treatments for mood disorders, PTSD, chronic pain, or addiction-related concerns have been ineffective. Ketamine infusion is a safe, research-proven treatment that produces significant positive results only hours after the first session. Over the last decade or so, research into ketamine has shown that it is “one of the biggest breakthroughs in treating depression in years.” For those who have been disappointed with their results of traditional therapies, ketamine offers a promising alternative.
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