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People suffering from chronic pain and psychological conditions can find relief from their symptoms at Relievus Pain Management. The clinic provides cutting-edge ketamine therapy treatments to people with complex regional pain syndrome, reflex sympathetic dystrophy, and major depression. These disorders are often difficult to treat and unresponsive to treatment, but ketamine has shown to be a successful option in over 70 percent of patients. 

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The medical team at Relievus Pain Management is compassionate and devoted to helping their patients regain a sense of control over their health conditions. They strive to help as many people as possible. By offering the latest in chronic pain therapy treatments, they can help people recover and heal from their chronic pain conditions and mood disorders one ketamine infusion at a time.

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Offered Treatments

  • IV Ketamine Infusion Therapy

Treated Conditions

  • CRPS (Complex Regional Pain Syndrome) or RSD (Reflex Sympathetic Dystrophy)
  • Major Depression

Important Info

  • Patients do not need a referral; however, they will need to provide documentation from their primary care, pain specialist, psychiatrist, or therapist related to their diagnosis and past treatment. Patients will be required to continue regular ongoing contact with them during and after ketamine infusions.
  • Relievus Pain Management’s ketamine treatments have no formal age limitations.
  • Those with uncontrolled blood pressure, unstable heart disease, untreated thyroid disease, active substance abuse, along with anyone currently in the manic phase of bipolar disorder or experiencing active psychotic symptoms (hallucinations or delusions), might not be eligible for ketamine therapy at Relievus Pain Management.
  • Ketamine infusion costs vary (see Relievus Pain Management’s pricing below), and since insurance providers rarely cover these treatments, it’s best to check with your carrier beforehand.

Your Treatment: What to Expect at Relievus Pain Management

We will first evaluate your medical history in a preliminary consultation to see if ketamine treatment suits you. If ketamine poses no health risks, Relievus Pain Management may start with one or two initial infusions to test their effectiveness.

During the infusions, ketamine is administered over a period of 45 minutes to 60 minutes. The amount given will not cause you to lose consciousness. During the infusion, most patients have a mild dissociative experience, with increased sensitivity to light and sound and an altered perception of time and color. Most patients tolerate these experiences without discomfort and many people find them to be pleasant. If side effects are unpleasant, other rapid-acting medications can quickly alleviate discomfort. The drug’s dissociative effects swiftly fade post-infusion, mostly disappearing within 20-30 minutes. Patients typically leave the office about 30 minutes after the infusion, feeling mostly like themselves except for mild fatigue.

Most patients who respond to the infusions see some improvement the day of or after their second infusion. If not, Relievus Pain Management may attempt a longer and/or higher dose infusion. And if there is still no response, the clinic generally stops further treatment. In the off chance ketamine does improve your mood, outlook, and functionality, Relievus Pain Management suggests that you receive 2-4 additional infusions over the next 4 weeks (1-2 infusions every 2 weeks) to maximize ketamine’s brain-repairing abilities. That is a total of 6 infusions for one full series.

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Ketamine Services

  • Single Ketamine Infusion
    $ 500.00


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  • Chris
    December 19, 2022 at 4:24 pm

    I just moved to PA and I’m looking for a provider with experience with ketamine for chronic pain. I’ve been using a ketamine nasal spray for about 12 years. Does your office only offer ketamine infusions? Or would the nasal spray be something you could prescribe as well? Thanks for your time.

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