Am I a Candidate for Ketamine Infusion Therapy?
Are you suffering from symptoms of depression, chronic pain, or opiate withdrawal symptoms? Ketamine infusion may be right for you.
Instant Relief Could be a Phone Call Away
Are you feeling down or in a constant state of worry? Has conventional treatment been ineffective? Ketamine Infusion Therapy may be able to get you back to feeling better again. Below is more information about our service and how it can help you get back to life.
Call Georgia Ketamine to schedule a consultation today. Let’s help you get some relief from your depression or chronic pain.
Ketamine is not a permanent cure for people with chronic depression however, it may provide patients with a prolonged state of relief from symptoms of treatment resistance. Click here for more in-depth information on how Ketamine can provide much needed help to patients suffering from depression.
Mood Disorders We Can Help With
There are many different types of mood disorders that can interfere with your everyday life. If you have been diagnosed with any of the following you could be a potential candidate for Ketamine infusion therapy:
- Chronic Depression
- Post-partum Depression
- Bi-polar Depression
- Severe Anxiety
- Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (OCD)
What Is Treatment-Resistant Depression?
Treatment-resistant depression is a medical term that is used to describe rare cases of major depressive disorder (MDD) that is acutely resistant to prescriptions of at least two antidepressants. If you have been diagnosed with a depressive disorder and have tried treatment with a minimum of two types of medication, more than likely you are suffering from a case of treatment-resistant depression. The good news is that you would be eligible for our cutting-edge ketamine treatment. Click here for more information about depression disorders or give us a call at 855-438-5382 to discuss possible treatments.
Signs of Opiate Withdrawal
Over the past decade, there has been a significant increase in the margin of opiate addiction and abuse. If you or a loved one is suffering from opiate addiction and are looking for a way to stop but are afraid of the symptoms of opiate withdrawal, ketamine infusion therapy may be right for you.
Our patient onboarding process is simple, after a brief consultation at our clinic or over the phone, we can begin to schedule low dose ketamine IV therapy. Feel free to bring your phone, tablet, computer, and whatever you need to be comfortable during the infusion process.
If you are suffering from any of these symptoms, please give us a call:
- Intense vomiting or diarrhea
- Stomach cramps
- Flu-like symptoms
- Muscle aches
Ketamine Treatment for Chronic Pain
If you are living in a constant state of pain it can be hard to focus on and complete everyday tasks. Here at Georgia Ketamine Infusions, our job is to help you ease the pain so you can get back to living your life the way you want. That is why we have tested and developed treatment plans for the infusion therapy that can give you long-lasting pain relief almost instantly after your first treatment.
Call us today if you suffer from any of the following:
- Chronic migraines
- Diabetic Neuropathy
- Chronic Inflammation
How to become a patient at our clinic:
- Obtain a signed referral from a Licensed Mental Health Care Provider (Required)
- Call us at 855-GET-KETA to set up a new patient appointment
- Fill out the required new patient paperwork and consent forms
- Attend Your first appointment at one of our clinics
- Follow up with your Primary Mental Health Care Provider
- Follow up with your GA Ketamine Infusion Clinic
- Schedule follow up treatments per recommendation by your physician