Ketamine Clinic Blog

Our thoughts and reflections on using ketamine to treat depression & chronic pain.
Seasonal Affective Disorder Treatment

Seasonal Affective Disorder Treatment

About half a million people in the U.S. suffer from Season Affective Disorder (SAD), with women making up three-fourths of the affected population. SAD is type of depression that occurs mostly during fall and winter months, with less frequency in the spring and summer...

Helping a Loved One who is Depressed

Helping a Loved One who is Depressed

Dealing with depression means struggling daily to enjoy even the simplest gifts that life has to offer. But watching someone you love deal with depression is an equal struggle—it’s common to feel powerless and frustrated. Knowing that someone you care about is...

Physical Fitness for Depression Prevention

Physical Fitness for Depression Prevention

Depression is one of the most common mental health disorders in the United States today. This growing mental health issue can take away a person’s quality of life, deteriorate their motivation, eliminate their joy, and even drive a person towards suicide. It is...

Ketamine for Chronic Regional Pain Syndrome

Ketamine for Chronic Regional Pain Syndrome

There are few conditions that modern medicine cannot cure. Complex Regional Pain Syndrome is one of those incurables. This painful condition develops as a result of a damaged peripheral and central nervous system after an injury. It can also develop after other...

Receiving Your First Ketamine Infusion

Receiving Your First Ketamine Infusion

If you have just decided to use ketamine to overcome your treatment-resistant depression, PTSD, bipolar disorder, severe anxiety, or chronic pain, you have just made a big step forward in your recovery. Before you receive your first infusion, keep the following things...

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