Ketamine Therapy In Maryland

Find Effective Relief for PTSD, Bipolar Depression, Severe Anxiety, Major Depression, Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder, Fibromyalgia and Pain Syndromes in the local Maryland area.

Why Ketamine Therapy?




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How Ketamine Therapy Helps People With PTSD in Maryland

Ketamine is being used for more than fifty years as a safe anesthetic drug, reducing pain rapidly and efficiently. It is considered exceptionally safe for anesthesia as it does not affect the mechanism of breathing, unlike many other anesthetics. 

Studies have suggested ketamine infusion for all other clinical applications since the early 2000s because of its good safety profile. Research suggests that ketamine therapy is a well-accepted possible treatment for post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD).

The acronym for Post Traumatic Stress Disorder is PTSD. It is a common chronic psychiatric disorder that causes real or threatened death, severe injury, or brutality after exposure. An individual with PTSD may encounter sleep disturbances, avoidance, changed moods, and recurring, intrusive, disturbing memories of a past traumatic event. 

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PTSD can be a consequence of:

  • Experiencing or witnessing any traumatic event
  • Discovering that a loved one had a brutal or accidental event(s) 
  • Having repeated or intense exposure to disturbing traumatic event(s) details 

As most individuals may feel unhappy or have difficulty dealing with a traumatic stressor, they usually recover with the passage of time and self-care. After the traumatic incident, people who have PTSD usually face severe and deterioration symptoms for months and even years. These symptoms start interfering with their daily activities too. 

Timely treatment of PTSD can help from preventing its symptoms from increasing and worsening. Ketamine is a suitable treatment method for PTSD. With only one treatment of ketamine therapy for PTSD, patients can experience significant positive changes. Glutamate is released, which further helps in the regrowth of neuronal connections at a faster pace. 

To learn more about the treatment of ketamine therapy for PTSD and other mental illnesses like depression, severe anxiety, etc., reach out to us. It is the most effective treatment method to find relief. 

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Is Ketamine Infusion Therapy Legal In Maryland?


Since 1970 ketamine has been an approved drug by the FDA for the maintenance and induction of anesthesia, as well as off-label infusions for the management of psychiatric disorders and chronic pain management.


Is Ketamine Therapy Covered By Insurance?

Yes! Therapy is covered my most insurance companies including but not limited to Blue Cross, Blue Cross Blue Shield, HMO, Humana, Cigna Health, Anthem, United Health, Medicare, Medicaid and more.

Is The Consultation Free?

Initial consultations are our clinics are always free! Give us a call today to find the Maryland location nearest you!

How Long Does A Session Take?

An infusion session lasts between 20-30 minutes.

How Is The Ketamine Therapy Administered?

Ketamine infusion therapy is administered via a IV bag and needle.