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Ketamine Infusion Therapy Center

Learn more about the clinical use of ketamine to help treat the symptoms of depression, PTSD, anxiety, OCD, and chronic pain.

This innovative new treatment option is helping people find rapid relief even when other treatments have failed.

AN ASTOUNDING BREAKTHROUGH

Why Ketamine?

Unlike traditional approaches, ketamine therapy’s remarkable success rate and fast-acting benefits mark a turning point in depression treatment. Let us guide you towards renewed well-being through our comprehensive range of innovative therapies, placing you on a path to reclaim your life.
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Ketamine Infusion Therapy

Ketamine acts in hours, not days or weeks like traditional antidepressants. That is because ketamine works on a completely different part of the brain. Most other antidepressants act on the monoamine system of the brain, targeting serotonin or similar neurotransmitters.

​Ketamine is different. It appears to target a completely separate system – the glutamate system.

In acting this way, ketamine stimulates a molecule called Brain-Derived Neurotrophic Factor (BDNF), which has been coined “Miracle-Gro for the brain” because it is associated with growth of new branches on nerve cells as well as more and better connections between the neurons. It makes nerves blossom like a tree in spring.

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Effective PTSD Relief Strategies

Stellate Ganglion Block

Stellate Ganglion Block (SGB) is a safe procedure that has seen wide medical use since the 1920s. A long-acting local anesthetic is injected around a collection of nerves located on the right side of the neck. These nerves control the “fight or flight” response of the sympathetic nervous system. Cleveland Medical Institute performs SGB using fluoroscopic guidance, a state-of-the-art technology that allows for better visualization of anatomical structures.

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