The Uses of Ketamine

Ketamine has been widely used in humans as an anesthetic since 1970.

In the last 15 years, new uses of this old drug have been discovered for people who have not responded to the treatment of pain and psychiatry disorders.
Ketamine is an appropriate choice for people who have not responded to the first line therapies.

Ketamine is given in low doses titrating up to a higher dose depending on the initial response to therapy.
Ketamine is also a great option for people who have been on long term opioid medications with persistent pain.

Patients who have been diagnosed with treatment-resistant depression, PTSD, generalized anxiety disorder, bipolar, OCD are candidates for ketamine infusion therapy.

Ketamine successfully has helped relieve Chronic pain, Depression, Anxiety, (CRPS), PTSD, OCD, and Bipolar disorder. Many of these conditions affect your quality of sleep and can even cause insomnia.

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