Ketamine Treatment For Mood Disorders & Chronic Pain

Ketamine can help you get back to doing the important things you love with those you love the most. With life-altering outcomes for depression, anxiety, PTSD, OCD, bipolar disorder, and chronic pain conditions, including fibromyalgia, learn how ketamine infusion therapy can help you.

Bringing the Latest in Mental Health Innovation to Frisco, TX

At KDI Health, we believe that everyone deserves high-quality mental healthcare in a comfortable, inviting, and healing environment. That’s why we decided to bring our unique services to our friends and neighbors here in Frisco, TX.

For so many of us dealing with depression, anxiety, PTSD, and more, it can feel like we’ve run out of options. Fortunately, that’s no longer the case thanks to innovative new treatments like ketamine-assisted therapy.

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What is Ketamine Infusion Therapy?

Ketamine is an FDA-approved non-opioid painkiller and anesthetic in use since the 1970’s. Recently, researchers and medical professionals have found that ketamine can be used off-label to treat several mental health conditions.

When used for the treatment of mood disorders such as depression, anxiety, PTSD, suicidal ideation, postpartum depression, addiction, and bipolar, ketamine, has shown a 70% response rate for many patients.

You can relax knowing one of our certified staff members will be with you during the entire process to monitor your vitals and address any concerns you may have during treatment.

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Physician Answers to Your Ketamine Questions

Originally used as a tranquilizing agent, Ketamine has recently been found to be effective for the treatment of a number of psychiatric conditions, including, but not limited to therapy-resistant depression (TRD), post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), and bipolar disorder. Its mechanism of action is unclear at this time, but it appears to somehow allow for the neurocircuitry of the brain to rewire itself by increasing brain plasticity.
You will have an IV placed in your hand or arm for the delivery of ketamine. During the course of the infusion, we will monitor your vital signs. The process is not painful in any way, and can even be relaxing for some. There are a few patients who experience dissociative symptoms during their infusion, but these are short lived. If you are ever uncomfortable there are medications we can give you to make your infusion more pleasant. Some possible side effects include blurred vision, nausea, dizziness, and a sense of floating.
No, there are no serious health or addiction risks with ketamine therapy. Ketamine has been safely used for over fifty years on patients in hospitals. Although ketamine has a history of being abused as a hallucinogen, the dose and rate of administration used for therapy is insufficient to experience those effects or become habit-forming.

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