How I work with Clients
Ketamine is administered through an intravenous infusion. Your treatment protocol is customized to meet your needs, but most people get a series of six transfusions over 2-4 weeks.
The results from one infusion last a few days to a month. Your results last longer when you get a series of transfusions, typically providing relief for several weeks to months. As the effect starts to wear off, a single booster infusion is often enough to restore and extend your results.
If you’re being treated for a mental health condition, your infusion takes one hour. Ketamine is infused over two hours when it’s for pain relief. In both cases, you can add another hour to your total time in the office for pre-infusion preparation and recovery.
You’re constantly monitored by highly experienced health care professionals to ensure you’re safe and comfortable. During the transfusion, some people feel like they’re in a dream state or experience changes in their vision, speech, or thought processes. If that happens, your transfusion is adjusted.
Though side effects aren’t common, they can occur. Your trained professional is there to help should you develop nausea, vomiting, fatigue, or high blood pressure.
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Austin, Texas, 78705
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