How ketamine infusion therapy can assist with pain management and depression.

TAMPA, FL, April 29, 2021 /24-7PressRelease/ — IV therapy has increasingly grown in popularity thanks to its unique ability to provide the body with necessary vitamins, minerals, amino acids, and other components quickly and effectively. These treatments are administered intravenously (through the bloodstream), which enable them to be directly absorbed into the body and avoid passing through the digestive tract. IV therapy can be beneficial for everyone, from high-performance athletes to everyday individuals suffering from chronic fatigue. The ingredients can be specifically customized to your health concerns and goals to remedy a multitude of ailments, including:

Chronic fatigue
Chronic inflammation
Seasonal allergies
Acute infections
Respiratory issues
Acute and chronic muscle spasms

Now, IV ketamine infusion is even being used to treat those suffering from chronic pain or who may be resistant to standard depression management.

What Is Ketamine Infusion and What Are Its Benefits?

Ketamine was initially FDA approved as an anesthetic and is known for its sedative (sleep-inducing) and analgesic (pain-relieving) properties.

With intravenous use, low doses of ketamine can be effectively and safely used for chronic pain conditions, including neuropathic pain, spinal injuries, cancer, and fibromyalgia. This particular treatment is beneficial to patients who have been taking opioids to relieve their pain, which can become addictive and eventually ineffective. It may also be an alternative option for patients considering a serious and invasive surgery to alleviate pain.

IV ketamine infusion has also been shown to treat those with drug-resistant depression. The treatment works much more quickly than typical antidepressant drugs, which some feel may play an impactful role in preventing suicide in those with life-threatening thoughts. Ketamine treatments work differently from SSRI (Serotonin Reuptake Inhibitors), increasing the amount of serotonin in the brain, thereby managing an individual’s anxiety and/or depression. Instead, ketamine is believed to repair damage to the brain caused by cortisol and other long-term stress hormones, which may build up in the brain over time.

Dr. Yamilet Neninger is the founder and medical director of the Pain & Wellness Institute located in Tampa, Florida. Dr. Neninger is a graduate of the University of Havana, College of Medicine, where she studied as a general physician. She later relocated to South Florida to continue her education with an internship in internal medicine, a residency in anesthesiology, and a fellowship in pain management at the University of South Florida, College of Medicine.

Dr. Neninger has extensive knowledge of alternative pain management methods and mainstream therapies to treat your unique condition at its root. She will work with you to determine the source of your pain, discomfort, or ailment to improve your overall health and quality of living. She has successfully treated thousands of patients in the Tampa Bay area and is consistently rated the top physician on multiple surveys. Allow her and the team at Pain & Wellness Institute to treat you as well.

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