What is IV Ketamine Therapy?
At Neuro Wellness Spa, we administer low levels of ketamine in a controlled environment. Ketamine can be used an anesthetic during surgery. However, the dosage we use during to treat mood and chronic pain is much lower. Delivered at a slow and controlled rate, IV ketamine is very safe and well-tolerated. During a ketamine infusion, patients remain aware of their surroundings and experience a deep relaxation. Your clinician may lower the lights, offer an eye mask or aromatherapy, or take other measures to make the setting more comfortable.
Some patients may experience dissociation, perceptual disturbances or nausea. Generally, any changes in perception or dissociation dissipate very quickly after the infusion. However, many patients report that feelings of dissociation experienced during the infusion can help them develop an objective perspective about past experiences.
If you are interested in learning more about IV ketamine therapy for Bipolar Disorder, or would like to speak with one of our experienced psychiatrists, please call us at 1-877-847-3984 or send us a message to schedule a free consultation.
For more information about the services we offer or whether IV Ketamine for Bipolar Disorder is covered by your insurance provider, contact us today.
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