KETAMINE FOR CHRONIC PAIN
KETAMINE FOR CHRONIC PAIN
An effective treatment for CRPS, migraine headaches, fibromyalgia, and other chronic pain disorders.
Pain is the leading cause of physical disability in the world, but traditional pain management options—such as opiates and pharmacological solutions, physical therapy, and integrative or alternative techniques—tend to treat pain symptoms as they occur, rather than preventing the pain in the first place.
That’s where ketamine treatments come into play.
Ketamine alters and repairs neural pathways, essentially replacing damaged nerve pulses with new, healthy ones. Ketamine infusion therapy has been highly effective as a fibromyalgia treatment, for the treatment of CRPS, Lyme disease, migraine headaches, and other chronic pain conditions.
Researchers have found many positive trends in the way ketamine treats chronic pain. Using IV ketamine to treat both acute and chronic pain decreases opioid consumption and actually promotes recovery and rehabilitation in injured individuals. There are minimal side effects associated with the use of ketamine for chronic pain conditions, making it a very viable pain management option for emergency situations and chronic conditions.
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Chronic pain is one of the most prevalent health issues in the United States, and it is among the most frequent reasons for seeking medical attention.It is estimated that approximately 20% of the population suffers from chronic pain. Opioids are the most commonly...
Chronic pain affects more than 50 million Americans, making it one of the most common health issues in the country, and a leading cause of disability. Furthermore, chronic pain can lead to other health issues, including depression, anxiety and even post-traumatic...
Dealing with chronic pain is difficult for doctors and patients alike. For doctors, when dealing with conditions like fibromyalgia, CRPS, lipedema, and other chronic pain disorders, most treatment plans include the use of opioid painkillers. For patients, the risk of developing an unhealthy dependency on these drugs—amongst other concerns—is scary. But what if these opiate painkillers don’t even work? What are doctors supposed to do then?
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Littleton, CO 80120
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Westminster, CO 80234