What is Ketamine?

Ketamine has been around for over 50 years, and is used in a wide variety of medical settings including proven treatments for Major Depression, mood irregularities and Chronic Pain syndromes. Ketamine acts by working on receptors that are unique to its affinity and most importantly, non-addictive. In fact, Ketamine is on the World Health Organization’s model list of essential medications. At Ketamine Healing Clinic of Los Angeles, we see a over a 90% success rate with qualified patients who receive the standard infusion along with our supplementary therapy.

Patients consistently describe a dissociative feeling where they enter a worry-free state of mind. This is carried over to their day-to-day lives once the infusion has stopped. Ketamine has been shown to diminish or make non-existent suicidal ideation. Dysphoric feelings, or “bad trips,” are rarely experienced. If needed, a nominal amount of benzodiazepine is added to ward off this possibility.

According to the Anxiety and Depression Association of America (ADAA), over 15 million adults suffer from Major Depression- here at Ketamine Healing of Los Angeles, we are at the forefront of the use of intravenous Ketamine to treat this debilitating condition.

Intranasal Ketamine

We offer Intranasal Ketamine after the five IV sessions have finished. This can make a big difference in how you feel later. Most clinics don’t offer this.

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A nose spray that combats depression ‘in minutes’ rather than over months like existing drugs is set to transform the way severe forms of the mental illness are treated.

The medication has been fast-tracked for approval in America after ‘remarkable’ trial results, with experts claiming it may stop people taking their own life.

The ketamine treatments that we offer can help people suffering from many different chronic and serious conditions.  Please see below to find out more about the types of diseases and disorders that can be treated effectively at our clinic:

Contact our office today to learn more about our treatments or to schedule a consultation.