Ketamine Therapy

Katamine Therapy

Welcome To the Ketamine Infusion Centers Of Michigan

the Ketamine Infusion Centers Of Michigan, LLC, offers Ketamine infusion therapy (IV Ketamine therapy) treatments for those throughout the Michigan area who are suffering from chronic pain syndromes and depression. We thoroughly understand everything that goes along with chronic pain and depression, including the frustration of trying everything with no success.

For depression, common treatments, like oral medications or outpatient therapy, do not work for everyone. If you have tried other options including ECT and TMS and nothing has worked for you, I most often am able to help. This next-level Katamine therapy will help people who no longer gain any benefit from existing antidepressant medications. With severe depression, you may feel like happiness is too far out of reach. There is nothing more important to me than helping those in their darkest hour. If you suffer from severely crippling depression, please contact me today.

Chronic pain can be dramatically altered or even eliminated by Ketamine infusions. Certain types of pain considered to be “neuropathic” in origin are considered to be most responsive to Ketamine therapy. Examples of these kinds of pain are trigeminal neuralgia, complex regional pain (CRP), diabetic neuropathies, phantom limb pain, post herpetic neuralgia and fibromyalgia. However, other types of chronic pain such as chronic temporal mandibular joint (TMJ) pain, some headaches, and musculoskeletal pain may also benefit from Ketamine therapy.

Ketamine for Depression

Patients who have been diagnosed with treatment resistant depression are candidates for Ketamine infusion therapy. This includes patients with major depressive disorders, post-partum depression, bi-polar depression and severe anxiety states. When a patient has not responded to in-patient therapy, medicine, or other forms of treatment, Ketamine infusions should be considered as the next step.

Ketamine for Pain Relief

  • Persons with neuropathic pain that is not well controlled with injections, nerve blocks, or prescription pain medication. Examples of this kind of pain are trigeminal neuralgia, complex regional pain syndrome (CRPS), or reflex sympathetic dystrophy (RSD), phantom limb pain, diabetic and other neuropathies, post-herpetic neuralgia, and some headaches.
  • Persons with chronic back and neck pain no longer responsive to any form of treatment.
  • Persons with debilitating fibromyalgia.
  • Persons with other debilitating musculoskeletal and joint pain.