Ketamine Therapy In Oregon

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

Why Ketamine Therapy?

 

 

 

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How Ketamine Therapy Helps People With PTSD In Oregon

Ketamine has been used as a safe anesthetic drug for much more than fifty years, decreasing pain quickly and efficiently. Unlike several other anesthetics, it is considered exceptionally secure for anesthesia because it does not impact the process of breathing.

In the cure of multiple mental illnesses, ketamine therapy is quickly emerging. Post Traumatic Stress Disorder is also one of those mental health disorders. Treating it is challenging. Ketamine guarantees fast relief and gives hope to patients who suffer from the condition, particularly those that have become prone to other medications and treatment methods.

Therapy with ketamine demonstrates instant results and swiftly brings relief. Just one ketamine infusion is sufficient for some patients to control PTSD. Generally, 4 to 6 series of therapies are suggested in 3 to 4 weeks. Infusions of ketamine are relaxing and soothing. It essentially blocks and gives rapid relief to the pain brain receptors. 

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PTSD can be a result of: 

  1. Encountering or experiencing any traumatic event 
  2. Finding that a loved one has had a devastating or incidental incident(s)
  3. Frequent or intense exposure to distressing details of the traumatic event(s) 

Night terrors, uncontrollable thoughts, memories, and anxiousness are symptoms of PTSD, representing a horrible event from the past. These symptoms interfere with the patient’s everyday activities. There are four categories of these main symptoms; 

  • Shifts in emotional or physical responses 
  • Negative mood shifts 
  • Intrusive thoughts 
  • Evasion

The perfect option to consider for the prevention of PTSD is ketamine therapy. Ketamine helps accelerate the healing process compared to conventional treatments that take weeks or months to work. The quantities provided are lower, so the cure for the patient remains stable and nonaddictive. It helps to balance the mood and reduce the pain triggered by PTSD, or even eliminate it.

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Is Ketamine Infusion Therapy Legal In Oregon?

Yes!

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.

FAQ

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 Oregon 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.