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Common Queries and Questions

1. Who should get Ketamine Infusion?
Patients who are looking for an alternative treatment option for depression, anxiety or chronic pain, when the standard medications have not worked.
2. What is Ketamine and what is it used for?
Ketamine is a rapidly acting opioid-free anesthetic and analgesic, that is typically given intravenously (IV). It is can be used for the treatment of neuropathic pain, chronic pain, major depressive disorder, Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD), Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder (OCD).
Ketamine is not a cure. It will not cure your chronic pain, it will not cure your depression, it will not heal your underlying traumas, it will not cure any other illnesses. It is a tool to help, just like other medications & treatments. But like other treatments, you will need to keep utilizing it to continue receiving the benefits that it brings you.
It is a myth that ketamine will make a depressed person happy. In reality, ketamine treatments will make you feel more resilient. The stressors don’t change… what changes is your ability to cope & your willingness to engage in other treatments, both for mental health & physical health.
3. Is ketamine FDA approved for the treatment of mental health conditions?
Even thought Intravenous ketamine is not FDA approved for the treatment of mental disorders like treatment-resistant depression, it can be used “off label’ with proven success.
Spravato, which is a nasal-spray form of Ketamine is FDA approved for the treatment of Depression.
4. What Are Ketamine Infusion Side Effects?
The most common side effects are elevated blood pressure, tachycardia (fast heart beat), and nausea.
5. What Are Contraindications of Ketamine Infusion?
6. Is ketamine Addictive?
Addiction to anything is a possibility. However, the probability of ketamine addiction is extremely low.
7. How many infusions do I need?
The initial process consists of 6 infusions, called “loading infusions”. After that, you enter the maintenance phase.
8. How often will I need a maintenance infusion?
The average is about once a month, but it varies from person to person. Its recommended every two to three months after the last initial six infusions. It is important that clients self-monitor their symptoms to know when it is time for a booster infusion.