Virginia Ketamine Therapy – Williamsburg, Virginia Ketamine Clinics

223 Bulifants Blvd. Suite C Williamsburg, VA 23188
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Individuals seeking relief from chronic pain and/or resistant mental health conditions will find a fast-acting and safe alternative in ketamine infusion therapy at Virginia Ketamine Therapy. The clinic is located in Williamsburg, Virginia, and founder Dr. Mark Newman has been providing ketamine therapy for a decade. Ketamine was originally developed in the 1960s as an anesthetic.

In the early 2000s, research from various prestigious institutions showed that sub-anesthetic doses of ketamine could have significant positive impacts on resistant conditions. While many individuals find relief from mainstream medications, other suffer from refractory, or treatment-resistant, conditions. Symptoms can “worsen to the point where suicide may be attempted” by these individuals. Ketamine infusion therapy helps to rewire the brain, lessening these negative symptoms, and leading to hope and healing.

Dr. Mark Newman is a board-certified anesthesiologist and pain medicine specialist with 25 years of experience in pain management. This experience, informs the rest of the clinic’s practice and staff. Their goal is to offer the 30-40 percent of patients who do not find relief from mainstream treatments an alternative that will allow for a new lease on life. Ketamine treatments at Virginia Ketamine Therapy are performed in a safe and controlled environment, and are administered by compassionate experts. If you have tried numerous other treatments and have still found no relief, ketamine treatments from Dr. Newman and his team may offer a new route to healing.

Offered Treatments

  • IV Ketamine Infusion Therapy

Treated Conditions

  • Chronic Pain
    • CRPS (Complex Regional Pain Syndrome)
    • Fibromyalgia
    • Lyme Disease
  • Major Depression
  • Addiction
  • Migraines

Important Info

  • Initial consultation costs $350. Depending on the condition being treated, infusions range from $400 – $900.
  • Infusions are not covered by insurance. Payments are due in full before treatment begins.
  • Patients do not need a referral.
  • Post-infusion, patients will require a responsible adult to drive them home.
  • Please contact the clinic for further information about medications and pre-existing conditions that may interfere with ketamine therapy.

Your Treatment: What to Expect

Infusion appointments at Virginia Ketamine Therapy generally last between three and four hours. Infusions take place at the clinic. As well as having the IV inserted, patients are attached to other health monitoring instruments. Most patients tolerate the treatment well, describing it as pleasant, though some do report some nausea as a side-effect. In this case, the administration of anti-emetics by the monitoring staff ensure a comfortable and productive treatment.

Who is this treatment for?

Virginia Ketamine Therapy ketamine treatments are for those whose experience with mainstream medications and therapies has left them disappointed. Ketamine infusions have proven effective in treating conditions that fail to respond to traditional oral medications. Laboratory research shows that approximately 70 percent of patients treated respond well to infusions, leading to a renewal of hope and health.

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