Ketamine Infusion Therapy

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Learn more about this innovative new therapy that is helping people just like you find relief from depression and other mood disorders.

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Ketamine for Depression

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Depression is a debilitating disorder characterized by low self-esteem, low energy, and low interest in doing anything enjoyable. Learn how Ketamine infusion therapy is helping some people get their life back.

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Ketamine for Anxiety

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Ketamine infusion therapy has been shown to offer rapid relief from the symptoms of major anxiety. Learn if Ketamine treatment in right for you.

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Ketamine Infusion Therapy
Learn more about this innovative new therapy that is helping people just like you find relief from depression and other mood disorders.
Ketamine for Depression
Depression is a debilitating disorder. Learn how Ketamine infusion therapy is helping some people get their life back.
Ketamine for Anxiety
Ketamine infusion therapy has been shown to offer rapid relief from the symptoms of major anxiety. Learn if Ketamine treatment in right for you. 

Ketamine Treatment in Florida

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Ketamine Infusion therapy is an innovative new treatment that is helping provide rapid relief for individuls who suffer from mood and pain disorders. In some cases patients are experiencing relief in hours versus the traditional days or weeks that some medications and other treatments can take. If you or a loved one is searching for Ketamine treatment in Florida we invite you to contact us today for a free consultation to learn more.

Treatment for Depression

Depression is a debilitating disorder characterized by low self-esteem, low energy, and low interest in doing anything enjoyable. Ketamine treatment has been shown to provide rapid relief from symptoms of depression.

Treatment for Anxiety

People with anxiety disorders usually have recurring intrusive thoughts or concerns. Learn how Ketamine treatment can help you manage the symptoms of anxiety.

Treatment for PTSD

Those who are suffering from PTSD often experience depression in their lives. Nearly twice as many women suffer from depression as men. Learn more about how IV Ketamine is helping people work through their PTSD effectively.

Treatment for OCD

Obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD) affects about 2.2 million American adults. It strikes men and women in roughly equal numbers. Ketamine infusion therapy is helping provide relief where other treatments have failed.

Ketamine Treatment Locations in Florida

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Mood disorders such as depression, anxiety and post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) are rampant in today’s world. They affect people from all walks of life, no matter their background or age. According to the World Health Organization, 300 million people around the world have depression, including 16.2 million adults in the United States. Nearly 50% of all people diagnosed with depression are also diagnosed with an anxiety disorder. The reality is we are either watching our loved ones suffer or are experiencing the debilitating effects ourselves.

An innovative new treatment option, Ketamine is an FDA-approved anesthetic that has been found to provide rapid relief from depression and anxiety when infused at a low dose. Research indicates that Ketamine stimulates the regrowth of synapses within the brain, essentially rewiring the parts of the brain that may be causing distress. Some researchers maintain a 75% success rate when treating those suffering from depression or anxiety with Ketamine Infusions.

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Simple Process to Get Treatment Information

How Does it Work?

Each provider in our Ketamine treatment network is a a top rated professional 100% focused on patient care. Follow the simple steps below to request free information from a leading expert in your city who offers this innovative new therapy.

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Your inquiry will be answered by a treatment provider in your local area. From there you will be able to schedule a phone call, free consultation, or simply get your questions answered.

Questions patients ask

Frequent Questions About Ketamine Treatment

Search through some of the most frequently asked questions below. If you don’t find what your looking for please contact us to get your questions answered.

How does Ketamine work?

Ketamine has been shown to stimulate neuron growth in the brain in as quickly as one hour. Many scientists studying Ketamine are focusing on the neurotransmitter glutamate, which plays an important role in neural activation.

Does Ketamine work when given orally or nasally?

Ketamine is absorbed by the body very differently and unreliably when taken orally or nasally and has not been shown to be as effective for depression. It is also difficult to get the levels high enough for the treatment to be effective when administered orally or nasally.

What is the process for a Ketamine treatment?

Most patients report significant improvement by the (3rd) third infusion and more than 80% report remission at the (4th) infusion. In addition, there are some patients that initially become aware of improvement in mood and well-being through loved ones such as a spouse, and this can occur after only one (1) infusion. Some patients want further gains before moving into maintenance and will continue to receive infusions at a frequency of two infusions per week until they reach remission or improvement levels they deem satisfactory. Typically this is achieved by the (6th) sixth infusion. Once patients complete this loading dose protocol they begin the maintenance phase of treatment which is highly patient-specific. As a general rule, patients can expect to return for maintenance infusions about every 4 weeks for the first 12 months following treatment onset.

Will my insurance cover Ketamine treatment?

Currently ketamine infusion therapy is NOT a covered benefit by any insurance plan because it is considered an “off-label” use of this medication.  CareCredit.com as well as other medical credit cards may be an option for patients who qualify, additionally some of our providers provide payment plans on a case by case basis.

What is involved in a Ketamine infusion?

Patients will usually receive infusion therapy in a private room with constant mechanical monitoring of heart rate, pulse, blood oxygen saturation percentages and blood pressure. Infusion therapy means an IV will be placed and an appropriate dose of ketamine will be administered over a 40 min time frame or longer. Practitioners are able to see a patients vital signs from the monitors at all times from the nursing station. However, patients will notice that a practitioner will enter the patient treatment room several times during the active phase of the infusion to monitor the depth of sedation and ensure patient comfort. Most patients report a relaxing and peaceful experience. Patients will most likely experience changes in vision and their ability to clearly focus on objects or people, speech will be slurred or slowed, most will have an experience of floating or being disconnected. Patients on average should expect to spend 90 to 120 minutes in the office allowing for the check in procedure, the active phase of infusion and recovery time. Patients will need a trusted friend or family member to drive you home after your infusion. Patients may drive and return to work the next day. Patients may have a friend or family member in the treatment room during infusion, but this is not necessary.

Is Ketamine safe or ineffective?

Uncontrolled blood pressure, unstable heart disease, untreated thyroid disease, active substance abuse, current manic phase of bipolar disorder, or active psychotic (hallucinations or delusions) symptoms.

What is the Ketamine success rate?

Approximately 70-80% of patients respond to ketamine infusions.

What conditions can Ketamine treat?

Clinical evidence has shown effective intravenous (IV) Ketamine infusions for the treatment of Depression, Treatment-Resistant Depression (TRD), Refractory Depression, Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD), Severe Anxiety, Bipolar Disorder, Migraines, and Chronic Pain conditions involving neuropathic component such as in Complex Regional Pain Syndrome (CRPS) and Fibromyalgia.

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A Short History of Ketamine

About Ketamine

Ketamine is a well-researched, dissociative anesthetic that was approved by the FDA in 1970. Since then, Ketamine has been used extensively for pediatric and adult treatment in surgery, emergency departments, ambulances, trauma medicine, and war zones.  It is commonly used medication in veterinary medicine. The World Health Organization lists Ketamine as one of the most essential medications due to its therapeutic effects and wide margin of safety.

For the first time in years I am finally seeing color again. Ketamine infusion therapy has truly helped me get my joy back – Beverly J. Baltimore, MD

Over the last decade, Yale University and the National Institutes of Health identified additional benefits of Ketamine in treatment of mood disorders and chronic pain. The use of Ketamine for depression has been named “the biggest discovery in mental health in decades.”

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What other patients say

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Hear from people just like you that have tried Ketamine infusion therapy and found relief. Ketamine successfully treating depression and other mood disorders.

My husband told me after my 3rd treatment that he felt like he had his wife back. It's given me a chance to live my life again like I used to.
Kate M.
Orlando, Florida
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