Breakthrough treatment option for:

 Refractory Depression, Anxiety, Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (OCD) & Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) as well as CRPS/RSD, and Neuropathic Pain

 Therapeutic Ketamine Infusions

Cleveland Medical Institute is now offering Ketamine Infusion Therapy for individuals suffering with Refractory Depression, Anxiety, Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (OCD), and Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) as well as  chronic pain caused by Complex Regional Pain Syndrome (CRPS), Reflex Sympathetic Dystrophy (RSD) or Neuropathic Pain.  Ketamine infusions have gained widespread success in treating different forms of chronic pain over the last two decades.  This therapy continues to grow in popularity among individuals who have been unresponsive or unsuccessful with other treatment options.
What is Ketamine, and how does the infusion process work?
Ketamine has been a  commonly used general anesthetic for over 40 years.  Ketamine works as a dissociative; it blocks pain receptors in both the brain and spinal cord.   Research has shown that the infusion of Ketamine in low doses interrupts the delivery of pain signals throughout the body.  This enables the brain to "reset" itself, and can significantly reduce the intensity of one's pain.
Click on the following link to download testimonials from patients treated with Ketamine Infusion Therapy:
 Ketamine Infusion Therapy Patient Testimonials




Discounted Extended Stay accommodations are available for out of town patients!

For More Information on Ketamine Infusion Therapy, please contact our office (440)944-1414

Plasma Rich Platelet Therapy: "Modern Medicine" for the Biological Treatment Era


 Safe and Easy Alternative Treatment, Let Your Body Heal Itself!



What is PRP?

Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP) is an autologous (donated from your own blood) treatment that has gained recent success over the last few years.  PRP's recent notoriety is largely due to the wave of professional athletes and celebrities that were successfully using the treatment to aid in recovery of surgery, or injury.  Platelets are the small cells that are required for injury healing, that is why these treatments are such a success.  The great results come from PRP's ability to pin-point the area of an individual's needs, and treat them accurately.

What can PRP treat?

PRP can be used to treat a multitude of disorders.  Most commonly treated are: osteoarthritis of the joints, degeneration of cartilage, tendinopathies, and epicondylitis.  

PRP has proven its success!

This contemporary treatment method has proven itself to be not only safe and effective, but extremely successful as a long term alternative to temporary, conventional pain relief treatment methods.  There is little to no risk involved with PRP since it's ones own body aiding in it's own regeneration.

PRP can help to...

  • Increase Overall Functionality and Structure
  • Decrease Pain, Inflammation and Stiffness
  • Calm Osteoarthritis Symptoms
  • Increase Range of Motion
  • Strengthen affected area for Faster Return to Daily Activities



  • Knee

  • Hip

  • Ankle

  • Shoulder

  • Elbow 


Call Today for more Information on how PRP can help your Joint Pain!


Check out our Joint Clinic Brochure!  Just Click on the Services tab at the top of the Home page and then Click on the Link for Joint Clinic Brochure!



Cleveland Medical Institute


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Our facility offers a range of services that will suit your individual need as the patient.  To read more click the Services tab at the top of this page to view our different options for treatments and programs that accommodate your life.

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Our Doctors

Dr. David Demangone MD & Dr. Veena Sankar MD specialize in Pain Management.  They are committed to helping their patients find treatment programs that produce results.


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 Contact Us 

Now Accepting New Patients! Our facility is conveniently located in Willoughby, Ohio near Route 91 and Interstate 90.  For more information Click the button below, or tab at the top of the page.

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We are conveniently located in Willoughby, Ohio near Route 91 and Interstate 90

2 Comments on “

  1. I have a family member suffering with RSD in two limbs who is looking for information regarding ketamine infusion treatments and wait times to initiate treatments. If I can get this information sent to me so I can share it with her I would greatly appreciate it.
    Thank you.

    1. Our office hours are from 8-5, Monday through Friday. If you would like to give her our number, we would gladly answer any of her questions. 440-944-1414

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