Ketamine Infusions of Idaho was started to meet the growing need of patients who have encountered difficulties making progress with traditional approaches to chronic pain, depression, anxiety, and PTSD. At Ketamine Infusions of Idaho, creative and holistic methods, such as ketamine infusion therapy are utilized to help provide rapid relief from the symptoms of treatment-resistant conditions.
The licensed anesthesia providers at Ketamine Infusions of Idaho are adept and knowledgeable with ketamine administration. Delivering ketamine daily to a variety of patients throughout their careers, they ensure your safety and are skilled and experienced anesthesia providers.
Learn how you can start an amazing journey to better mental health and well being. Ketamine infusions are helping patients to achieve a higher level of wellness by reestablishing balance and restoring pathways. Ketamine Infusions of Idaho is committed to assisting you in achieving the best you.
Ketamine is a synthetic medicine that has primarily been used as an anesthetic agent in humans and animals for over 50 years. It is one of the most commonly used anesthetic agents in the world, because of its unique properties that make it incredibly safe to administer.
Ketamine binds to NMDA receptors, and creates a glutamate surge, releasing growth factors that help make new synaptic connections in your brain. This paves the way for healthier thought patterns and increases your resilience to chronic stress.
The literature for depression shows a 70% success rate. Individual clinics have seen higher rates, because they have seen increased efficacy with increased dosing.
The low doses used for depression are in the empathogenic "heart opening" psychedelic dose range. People report feelings of love, peace, compassion, forgiveness, and a touch of euphoria.
Ketamine will not be provided to individuals with schizophrenia, psychosis, or certain seizure disorders. Those taking aminophylline for asthma or COPD should not undergo ketamine infusions. If you have serious medical problems like uncontrolled high blood pressure, cardiac disease, or pulmonary problems, a clearance will be requested from your primary care physician before undergoing treatment.