IV Solution & Ketamine Centers of Chicago recently released the testimonials of some patients who found intravenous (IV) ketamine therapy to be effective for a variety of conditions, such as post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), anxiety, depression, and various mental health disorders. These videos can be seen on their YouTube channel. They are one of the first and foremost clinics to offer intravenous medical treatments for depression, PTSD, anxiety, migraines, chronic pain, bipolar disorder, fibromyalgia and more.
Ketamine is FDA-approved as an anesthetic and it works by blocking the cellular NMDA receptor, a neural receptor for glutamate that has been observed to play an important role in major depression, fibromyalgia, chronic pain syndromes and other conditions. It has also been found to have potent anti-inflammatory properties and has been observed to stimulate synaptogenesis, neuronal growth and neuroplasticity. Although it has a reputation for being an abuse drug and a Schedule III drug, it is very safe when used for anesthesia or as a treatment for chronic pain, depression and other conditions, as they do at Chicago Ketamine Centers.
It should be noted that it is a Schedule III drug and should only be administered and used by a competent physician, nurse anesthetist or licensed anesthesiologist. The side effects of the low dose ketamine infusions given at IV Solution & Ketamine Centers of Chicago are minimal and only last about one or two hours. Typical side effects include nausea, drowsiness and increased blood pressure. And there is no evidence that addiction or dependence can result from the low doses of ketamine they use to treat mood disorders.
Bal Nandra, MD, founder of the Ketamine Therapy Clinic in Chicago, says, “Multiple randomized clinical trials over the past 15 years have shown that ketamine infusions can effectively treat major depression and treatment-resistant depression (TRD) with a success rate as high as 80%. % Most patients notice immediate improvement after their first or second infusion All patients will respond differently to treatment and will also differ in their need for maintenance infusions Patients with suicidal or harmful thoughts respond particularly well to ketamine infusions, with more than 80% have completely eliminated these thoughts after a single infusion.
In one of the effective treatment videos found on the YouTube channel of IV Solution & Ketamine Centers of Chicago, Ben Dziobek, a veteran and retired first responder, says he suffers from PTSD and panic attacks and had tried every possible solution that he could find. But it wasn’t until he learned about ketamine therapy and Stellate Ganglion Block (SGB) that he was finally able to find relief. He experienced immediate relief after his first infusion.
Another veteran, Jessie Marquez, also described how he was able to achieve better mental health while recovering from surgical procedures while battling cancer. He served in the Marine Corps for six years and was deployed to Iraq and says that after the infusions he was finally able to let go of the emotions associated with his experiences.
In another video, Alice describes how she was able to get relief from her anxiety, depression, and PTSD after just a few ketamine infusions. In another video, Nicole is another patient of Dr. Ball and was able to get relief from her anxiety, PTSD and depression through ketamine therapy.
The famous John Vincent was also featured in another video explaining how ketamine therapy has significantly changed his life as it has brought relief from his obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD), anxiety and PTSD.
Those interested in learning more about IV ketamine therapy for PTSD, depression and other related conditions visit the IV Solution & Ketamine Centers of Chicago website at https://chicagoivsolution.com or contact them by phone or e-mail. mail. They are open Monday through Friday from 8am to 5pm and Saturdays from 9am to 12pm.
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IV Solution & Ketamine Centers in Chicago
Bal Nandra, MD
712 N Dearborn St
Chicago, IL 60654
CONTACT: Bal Nandra, M.D.