The Reichbach Center provides ketamine therapy to patients suffering from various forms of chronic pain and mood disorders. The clinic opened in 2016 with the main goal of helping those who have exhausted all other options for relief from their conditions. Specific disorders they treat include depression, post-traumatic stress disorder, neuropathic pain, and anxiety.
President and founder of the Reichbach Center, Dr. Steven Reichbach is a board-certified anesthesiologist with over two decades of experience. He and the team of medical professionals at the clinic advocate for the use of ketamine therapy because of how effective it has proven to be for their patients. The clinic offers a complimentary consultation with Dr. Reichbach to prospective patients looking to finally find relief from their chronic health conditions.
Ketamine is a highly-respected anesthetic, considered by the World Health Organization to be an essential medication. Recent developments in the treatment of resistant conditions with low-dose ketamine strengthen this assessment. Whether chronic physical pain or negatively impacting mental health conditions, ketamine infusion therapy has been clinically proven to provide safe and effective relief.
Before recommending ketamine therapy, Dr. Reichbach will assess your suitability for the treatment. If you’re determined to be a good candidate, Dr. Reichbach will review any information received from your referring doctor as well as the intake forms you completed on the Reichbach Center website. He will also provide your recommended ketamine treatment care plan to his staff.
Infusions last about 45 minutes and take place in a private treatment room with amenities such as complimentary Wi-Fi, iPads, reading materials, reclining chairs, blankets, pillows, snacks, water, coffee, and more. The clinic’s highly trained Advanced Cardiovascular Life Support (ACLS)–certified medical professionals will continuously monitor your heart rate and rhythm, respiration, and blood pressure to ensure your complete comfort and safety. Some patients report out-of-body sensations or mild hallucinations, but these side effects disappear soon after the infusion ends. You are required to have a trusted family member or friend drive you home afterward.
Each patient’s ketamine infusion plan will vary according to their condition, overall health, and other key factors. Some people may only need a few infusion sessions to experience desired results, while others may require a more long-term plan.