Ketamine Therapy In Nevada

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

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How Ketamine Therapy Helps People With PTSD In Nevada

As a cure for several mental health conditions, ketamine infusion therapy is increasing in popularity. When used under medical supervision, ketamine was initially used as an anesthetic. It has a pain-relieving and calming effect. 

For post-traumatic stress disorder or PTSD, an increasing number of doctors are suggesting ketamine therapy. About 8 percent of the United States population suffers from PTSD, which is a kind of traumatic event-related anxiety.

Having PTSD can complicate life. Intrusive thoughts, negative thoughts, anxiety, flashbacks, reactive behaviors, avoidance behaviors, and nightmares are some of its common symptoms. You can gain relief from these symptoms of PTSD with Ketamine Therapy. Ketamine infusions are calming and relaxing. They work by temporarily blocking the pain receptors of the brain.  

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PTSD generally develops after people go through a traumatic event. Though it is normal to experience anxiety and stress after a traumatic incident, people with PTSD experience severe symptoms and for a more extended period. 

Antidepressant medicines are usually prescribed to PTSD patients, such as selective serotonin reuptake inhibitors (SSRIs) and selective norepinephrine reuptake inhibitors (SNRIs). These, however, come along with intolerable side effects like nausea, dry mouth, insomnia, etc. Antidepressant medicines usually take a lot of time to build up, varying from weeks to even months. 

Whereas ketamine therapy does not have any such side effects, nor is it an addictive drug like antidepressant medicines. The rapid relief achieved from ketamine therapy gives the patient clarity of mind, which helps them focus appropriately on their treatment. 

You do not need to manage the symptoms of PTSD on your own. Book an appointment with us and allow us to help you out with ketamine therapy. You will be able to focus on your feelings and thoughts after just one treatment session. 

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Is Ketamine Infusion Therapy Legal In Nevada?


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 Nevada 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.