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Therapy Reset

Ketamine Infusion Therapy

About Therapy Reset

At Therapy Reset, we help people reset their brains and their lives with personalized, high-quality, compassionate care, and low-dose ketamine therapy. We provide our patients with a safe and comfortable environment as they embark on their road to recovery and wellness.

By having experienced and empathetic staff, doctors and nurses, we strive to be the provider of choice for people seeking to transform their lives. Our team uses more than 40 years of combined experience to tailor each treatment to each patient for optimal results and provide a gold standard of care.

Ketamine

Assisted Therapy

“I wish I could have tapped the wisdom of other patients before my first treatment but there just weren’t very many of us then. I could have prepared better if I knew then what I know now.”

Dennis Hartman
Founder/CEO, Ketamine Advocacy Network

Providing The Gold Standard of Care

• IV INFUSION TREATMENTS

• PRIVATE ROOMS

• LUXURY LOUNGE CHAIRS

• VITAL SIGN MONITORING

• OVER 40 YEARS EXPERIENCE

• ADVANCED PROTOCOLS

• PATIENT MONITORING

• ADVANCED IV TECHNOLOGIES

Ketamine for Depression

Ketamine should be a part of a more comprehensive treatment plan for depression. It helps to facilitate the creation of new neural pathways that can help them develop resiliency and protect against the return of depression.

Your Experience

At Therapy Reset, we have many processes and standards in place to guarantee the best experience for our patients as they receive their ketamine therapy.

Your experience with us begins with a free, no-obligation call with our skilled clinicians who can answer all your questions about our clinic and ketamine therapy.

Before your first treatment at Therapy Reset, we will conduct a full medical, symptomatic and diagnostic review, evaluation, and consultation to determine how you might to respond low-dose ketamine therapy infusions.

While receiving your ketamine therapy at Therapy Reset, you can enjoy a friendly and inviting atmosphere. We prioritize your peace of mind, comfort, health and safety with private rooms, luxury lounge chairs, ongoing monitoring, and advanced IV technologies.

After your treatment, our caring, compassionate and experienced team will monitor your journey and conduct post-treatment evaluations and consultations.

Conditions We Treat

Depression

If you’ve heard of ketamine, it’s probably for its history of abuse as a club drug. But it could also be one of the biggest breakthroughs in treating severe depression in years.

Anxiety

The anti-anxiety effects of ketamine are associated with specific brainwave changes, according to research published in the International Journal of Neuropsychopharmacology..

OCD

Obsessive Compulsive Disorder, OCD, is a debilitating disorder that can negatively affect a person’s life in many ways. Ketamine, is proving to be an effective, low-risk treatment for many mood disorders, including OCD.

Chronic Pain

Current evidence suggests ketamine may be an effective therapy for the management of chronic pain.

PTSD

When people hear “PTSD”, they generally think of veterans of the military. However, PTSD is a diagnosis, which relates to someone who may have experienced or witnessed a traumatic event.

State Of Mind

With therapy reset treatments, you will be put into a state of mind so that treatment and other therapy tools will work more effectively.

How Ketamine Therapy Resets Your Brain

Unlike traditional antidepressants, ketamine therapy can actually repair damaged neural pathways rather than dull the signals.

When people experience depression, anxiety, pain, and other forms of stress, the brain’s communication system for memory, learning, and higher-order thinking can be damaged. Ketamine is thought to repair this damage on several levels.

Ketamine acts as an N-Methyl D-Aspartate (NMDA) receptor antagonist, meaning that it inhibits the transfer of electric signals between neurons in the brain and the spinal column. This is why ketamine has traditionally been used as a very safe and effective anesthetic in medical and surgical situations for children, adults, and animals for more than 50 years. Because of this effect, ketamine can help train chronic pain without the addictive qualities of opioids.

Ketamine also acts as a glutamate receptor antagonist. Glutamate regulates large regions of the nervous system and is the most prominent neurotransmitter in the brain. When glutamate receptors are overactivated, a person may experience long-term depression. Ketamine works by blocking these glutamine receptors.

Studies have also shown that ketamine enhances the brain’s structural plasticity, or its ability to change its physical structure as a result of learning. If the mind is injured or damaged by disease or stress, neuroplasticity allows it to reset and recover by reorganizing its physical structure.

Ref. https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC5950671/

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Why Do I Need Several Treatments & Ongoing Therapy To Be Effective?

For the last two decades, researchers at Yale have led ketamine research by experimenting with using subanesthetic doses of ketamine delivered intravenously in controlled clinic settings for patients with severe depression who have not improved with standard antidepressant treatments. The results have been dramatic: In several studies, more than half of participants show a significant decrease in depression symptoms after just 24 hours. These are patients who felt no meaningful improvement on other antidepressant medications.

Most important for people to know, however, is that ketamine needs to be part of a more comprehensive treatment plan for depression. “Patients will call me up and say they don’t want any other medication or psychotherapy, they just want ketamine, and I have to explain to them that it is very unlikely that a single dose, or even several doses of ketamine alone, will cure their depression,” says Dr. Sanacora. Instead, he explains, “I tell them it may provide rapid benefits that can be sustained with comprehensive treatment plans that could include ongoing treatments with ketamine. Additionally, it appears to help facilitate the creation new neural pathways that can help them develop resiliency and protect against the return of the depression.”

This is why Dr. Sanacora believes that ketamine may be most effective when combined with cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT). CBT is a type of psychotherapy that helps patients learn more productive attitudes and behaviors. Ongoing research, including clinical trials, addressing this idea are currently underway here at Yale. –By JENNIFER CHEN MARCH 21, 2019 ref. https://www.yalemedicine.org/stories/ketamine-depression/

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