RESTORE Infusion Therapy, located in sunny Sarasota, FL, is a ketamine infusion service with a difference. Building from the research available on ketamine infusion treatments, the founders of RESTORE have formulated a new, faster way to reap the benefits of ketamine treatments. Ketamine’s long history as an anesthetic began a new chapter in the early 2000s as many doctors saw the healing properties of ketamine on difficult to manage mental health and pain complaints. Ketamine infusions have a profound healing effect on many people who suffer from treatment-resistant depression and anxiety. The medication is also highly effective for pain syndromes such as Complex Regional Pain Syndrome and Fibromyalgia.
The majority of ketamine infusion treatments take place over a 2 -3 week period. Positive results can sometimes take that long to appear. RESTORE Infusion Therapy founder Dr. Gerald Grass sought a way to provide faster relief from ketamine infusions to people with treatment-resistant mood disorders. Dr. Grass realized that each patient must be assessed individually, rather than adopting a “one-size-fits-all” kind of mentality. Further, he combined ketamine with “magnesium additives” that make the infusion much more effective than ketamine alone. As the clinic notes on their website, this revolutionary treatments is like “5 years of transformation in just 3 days.”
Unlike typical ketamine treatments, the proprietary procedures at RESTORE Infusion Therapy take only 3 days. This intensive infusion process assists the brain and body in rerouting pathways that have been damaged by years of trauma and pain. RESTORE’s unique formulation also shows evidence of lasting much longer than standard ketamine infusions.
RESTORE Infusion Therapy offers their revolutionary ketamine formulation to anyone who has had little or no success with mainstream oral medications and/or pain therapies. Negative reactions to treatments can exacerbate the symptoms of mental health and pain issues. Ketamine/Magnesium infusions at RESTORE provide an alternative other slower, sometimes less-successful, treatment options.