Depression Treatment That Provides Relief
When you’re struggling with depression, you just want relief. You want to feel normal again.
Sure, it’d be nice to feel happiness or even joy, but you’d settle for just feeling normal.
People who haven’t experienced the symptoms of depression don’t understand this. Some even think it’s a choice, but they couldn’t be more wrong.
What if there was a way to feel relief from the incredible burden and darkness of depression? Ketamine infusion therapy has been repeatedly shown to alleviate the symptoms of depression- sometimes as quickly as an hour after the first treatment.
Imagine feeling better- today.
What Is Ketamine?
Developed in the 1950s, it was initially used as an animal anesthetic. Like many different drugs, it has been abused, but in the past few decades, mental health professionals have discovered that low dose infusion therapy with Ketamine helps people that suffer from treatment-resistant depression.
Typical Treatment For Depression
The World Health Organization estimates that well over 300 million suffer from some type of depression.
In the U.S., if they seek help at all for depression, they do so through their primary care physician who prescribes medication and may or may not refer him or her to a psychiatrist.
Commonly, these meds take anywhere from 2-6 weeks to reach a therapeutic dose. In the meantime, a person with depression continues to suffer.
Most people that seek help only through medications have to switch doses and/or change their depression medications one, two, multiple times before beginning to feel better- if he or she ever does.
Going the medication route can be like playing darts in the dark- blindfolded. Relief can remain elusive.
Depression Treatment That Offers Hope
If you or someone you know is suffering from depression, isn’t it time he or she begins to feel better. Ketamine treatment is a well-documented approach to helping someone get out from underneath the incapacitating clouds that depression brings.
Talk to the staff at Georgia Ketamine today and learn more about how this amazing treatment approach can begin to help you or your loved one feel normal again. It’s a call that can save a life.
Ketamine The Party Drug
Like many other drugs, Ketamine has been abused and some people consider it a “party drug” creating worry about possible abuse or addiction. At Georgia Ketamine, our treatment is administered by licensed medical staff, and studies have determined no potential for addiction or abuse due to the low doses used, clinic setting of delivery, no access outside of the clinic setting, and intermittent dosing.
Ketamine Offers Hope For Depression
The Georgia Ketamine Clinic provides hope for people suffering from treatment resistant depression. We produce real, lasting results.
Ketamine was developed nearly 50 years ago initially as an anesthesia drug used during surgery for children, adults and animals. The first clinical study of ketamine used to treat depression was published 15 years ago. Since then, Ketamine infusion therapy has been shown to be highly effective in treatment resistant depression and anxiety disorders.
We are offering a cutting edge treatment for symptoms of persistent sadness and hopelessness. Ketamine has been shown to improve mood, outlook, and activities of daily living where traditional treatment approaches have fallen short. Under patient specific treatment protocols, patients can often feel a marked positive response after the first treatment.
Why Use Ketamine To Treat Depression?
Everyone suffering from depression wants relief. People that suffer from chronic depression can’t just cheer up. They need help, and many have tried a variety of medications and therapies only to continue to suffer. Ketamine infusion therapy has shown nearly immediate results. Here’s why Georgia Ketamine is worth it:
* Resistant Depression Symptoms often lift in as soon as 1 hour after treatment
* Treatment is safe and monitored with easy administration
* We supply a warm, inviting office for you to receive treatment.
Dr. Heidi Nicholson and her staff provide ketamine infusions at the office in Gainesville. These infusions are targeted to relieve treatment-resistant depression when standard anti-depressants medications have failed to alleviate depression symptoms.
Relief Can Be Just A Phone Call Away
Located in Gainesville, we have patients coming to see us from all around Atlanta including Suwanee, Johns Creek, Alpharetta, Braselton, and more. Call Georgia Renew Clinic today and schedule your free phone consultation. Get relief today from depression or chronic pain with ketamine.
1370 Thompson Bridge Road,
Gainesville, GA 30501
Tues, Thur, Fri
9:00am to 4:00pm
By appointment only