Ketamine Infusion Therapy

Ketamine Therapy in Annapolis, MD

Discover how ketamine IV therapy in Maryalnd can help relieve many types of psychological and pain disorders including depression, suicidal thinking, post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD), anxiety, chronic pain, migraines, lyme disease, and many other conditions.

What Is Ketamine?

Ketamine works on a neurotransmitter called glutamate which leads to the production of an important growth factor that helps the brain repair damaged neurons affected by stress, mental illness, and other conditions.

Ketamine creates new healthy brain pathways, known as network reconfiguration, which restores the brain’s capacity for function. Ketamine can improve condition within hours or days and also promotes the regeneration of nerve cells over time.

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Personalized Ketamine Therapy in Maryland

Each patient will receive their IV ketamine therapy while relaxing in the comfort of a private room in a luxurious zero gravity reclining armchair. Each patient room is safe, quiet, modern and relaxing with dimmable lighting. Noise-cancelling headphones, calming music, plush blankets, and pillows are provided.

At all times patients undergo continuous monitoring of vitals by highly-trained medical professionals.

What Benefits Does Ketamine Therapy Provide?

Ketamine benefits vary depending upon your condition type and severity. In most cases, you’ll see a substantial improvement in your symptoms. Most patients see improved mood and function after treatment and are better able to be social, excel at work, be physically active, get healthier nutrition, and improved quality of sleep.

For more than 20 years, ketamine-based treatments have become an increasingly popular solution in Annapolis, Maryland, for difficult to treat conditions, including treatment-resistant depression, suicidal thinking, post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), anxiety, obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD), migraines, and other mood and pain conditions. Data published in hundreds of research papers from the National Institute of Health (NIH), Harvard University, Yale University, and Mt. Sinai Hospital, among others, have confirmed IV ketamine’s safety and efficacy in treating a multitude of mood disorders like treatment-resistant depression, PTSD, anxiety, and others.

Over 100 clinical research studies at prestigious institutions (Harvard, Yale, Johns Hopkins, etc.)
Reported success rate for patients given ketamine-based treatments
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Ketamine is 1 of 2 anesthetics listed as an essential medicine by World Health Organization

What Does The Research Say About Ketamine?

More than 50 peer-reviewed clinical trials at leading medical institutions and universities have proven the efficacy of ketamine for depression and other disorders. There are an dozens of additional studies about ketamine’s tremendous impact on treating mood disorders. Most of these studies have singled out severe, treatment-resistant cases that have not responded to most of the conventional treatment options and they still report a success rate of around 75%.

Ketamine-Assisted Psychotherapy (KAP)

Ketamine-assisted psychotherapy (KAP) is a new and specialized form of therapy that takes place during or after your ketamine treatment. It involves psychotherapists who have experience with and knowledge about ketamine and its effects on the brain. It is recommended to have a mental health provider navigate your journey after your ketamine infusion session. We provide this service with your own therapist, or at an additional charge with one of our trusted providers in our office.