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Avoidant Behavior in Relationships

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Avoidant behavior in relationships is one of the many manifestations of avoidant personality disorder, along with an unwillingness to be social, fear of rejection and criticism, and poor self-esteem, amongst others. These are all parts of anxiety and are often caused by some form of PTSD. Our clinic’s work with ketamine infusion therapy allows us … Read more

Ketamine for Medical Trauma

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In the quiet corners of modern medicine, a silent struggle unfolds daily. Individuals grapple with the weighty aftermath of critical illnesses—those life-altering moments where health precariously hangs by a thread, and the very essence of human vulnerability is laid bare. The trauma associated with such profound experiences can linger long after physical recovery has been … Read more

IV Ketamine vs. Oral Ketamine: Understanding the Differences

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Ketamine, once known primarily for its anesthetic properties in medical settings and battlefield emergencies, has emerged as a multifaceted medication with significant therapeutic potential. In recent years, it has gained attention for its rapid-acting benefits in treating conditions such as treatment-resistant depression, anxiety, PTSD, and more.  However, not all ketamine treatments are created equal—there are … Read more

The Side Effects of Ketamine:What You Need to Know

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Understanding the possible adverse reactions associated with ketamine use is crucial for patients and healthcare providers alike. We aim to shed light on these side effects—ranging from mild and temporary discomforts to more severe long-term implications—to ensure informed decisions are made when considering ketamine. Table of Contents Therapeutic Use of Ketamine Medical Benefits Ketamine’s versatility … Read more

Ketamine for Addiction: Why Supervision is of Paramount Importance

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Addiction is a pervasive challenge that affects millions globally, leaving a profound impact on individuals and society at large. It’s an intricate web of psychological, physical, and social threads that bind the sufferer to their substance of choice. The journey towards recovery often requires more than sheer willpower; it necessitates comprehensive treatment approaches tailored to … Read more

What Is Ketamine Used For Medically?

Ketamine – an abbreviated history 1962 – Synthesized by U.S. scientists in Detroit, Michigan. 1963 – Patented as a human-safe anesthetic in Belgium. 1966 – Patented as human anesthesia in the U.S. 1970 – Receives approval from U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) for use in anesthesia. 1960s-1970s – Ketamine is the most widely used … Read more

What Is Ketamine Treatment Like?

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Millions of people struggle every day with different kinds of discomfort. Pain from mental health disorders and chronic conditions are just two examples. If you suffer from symptoms of either, one treatment option is ketamine infusion. No longer just an anesthetic, it may help you regain control of your life.

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Do Ketamine Infusions Help Depression?


Mood disorders like anxiety and stress are prevalent, with the U.S. Census Bureau finding a third of Americans are showing signs of depression. The good news is ketamine infusion therapy may help control symptoms of depression or anxiety. WHAT IS INFUSION THERAPY? Not all medicine needs to be dispensed orally. Instead, some doctors will administer … Read more