Everybody has experienced some sort of pain in their life. Chronic pain differs from acute pain that it lasts more than 3 months, time period when you would expect injury or trauma causing pain would have healed.

Usually treating the cause of your pain have been helpful, but after trials of multiple medications, interventional methods, surgeries. You may still continue to experience chronic pain. Chronic pain have detrimental effects on your day to day life and mental health, studies have shown that brain starts processing things differently when receives prolonged pain signals for extended length of time.


Given that chronic pain has been linked to deranging areas of the brain responsible for sending and receiving pain messages; the cycle of continued pain can feel endless. Those who suffer from chronic pain can, often times, feel hopeless in the pursuit of finding relief.

Unfortunately, patients are often prescribed opiates for chronic pain. Though opiates may appear to be helpful in the immediate circumstance, their effects on the body eventually lead to increased pain sensitivity for the patient. Many patients fall victim to having to continually increase their dosage of opiates, only to find that in the end, they have more pain.

Ketamine works through a different mechanism in the body, it works to repair damaged neural pathways and create new ones as well. Through this mechanism, Ketamine IV therapy offers new hope to patients suffering from chronic pain, an end to the cycle they have endured for far too long.


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