PsychMed Ketamine provides ketamine therapy to those suffering from treatment-resistant depression and post-traumatic stress disorder. The clinic is conveniently located in New York’s Westchester County and provides services for those frustrated with the care and results they have received from conventional medications and therapies.
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For those unfamiliar with PsychMed Ketamine’s approach, ketamine is an effective alternative in treating difficult to manage depression and PTSD, as well as addiction and suicidal ideation. PsychMed Ketamine provides individuals whose lives are severely impacted by the symptoms of depression or PTSD with renewed hope.
Drs. Scott Beinenfeld and Adam Raff founded PsychMed Ketamine with the goal of offering this hope to patients interested in alternative therapy. Dr. Beinenfeld is a board-certified psychiatrist and addiction psychiatrist, in addition to being a member of the American Society of Ketamine Physicians. His fellow doctors and PsychMed Ketamine’s clinical staff offer cutting-edge medicine combined with 20 years of psychiatric practice.
For those who feel “stuck” in a particular condition or treatment, ketamine infusions are a good alternative. Those who are seeking hope in the face of overwhelming challenges can therefore find relief at PsychMed Ketamine.
Once determined to be a viable treatment option, PsychMed Ketamine recommends 8 total treatments over the course of 3-4 weeks. The infusion takes place in a private treatment room, during which time all vital signs are constantly monitored. A clinical staff member is on hand to treat any negative reactions to the medication. It is common for patients to become very relaxed and self-reflective during ketamine infusion, an important part of the therapeutic process. After the infusion is complete, effects wear off in 15-20 minutes.
PsychMed Ketamine infusions are for those whose experience with conventional oral medications has produced little to no significant positive change. Ketamine has also proven very effective for those considering suicide, as the medication can provide immediate mood stabilization. Further, Ketamine is a safe, effective, and research-driven alternative for those diagnosed with a “treatment-resistant” condition.
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