Ketamine Assisted Psychotherapy

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A Mind’s Journey mission is simple: to relieve suffering and bring hope to the hopeless.

Ketamine, first approved by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration in 1970 as an anesthetic, is used today to treat a number of conditions, including chronic pain, treatment-resistant depression, anxiety, post-partum depression and PTSD. At our ketamine clinic in Sandy, Utah, we treat many patients successfully with ketamine therapy.

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Treatments we offer:

Ketamine injections with therapy
IV infusions for immune system and hydration
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How does Ketamine work?

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Due to the short half life and minimal side effects Ketamine gained favor over other common anesthetics, and continues to be widely used today.
 
 
Numerous studies, as well as direct experience from patients, attest to ketamine’s extraordinary ability to relieve otherwise treatment-resistant depression. Likewise, ample evidence shows that ketamine therapy acts as a powerful treatment for PTSD and many other often insurmountable mental health conditions.
 
 
Researchers believe a partial explanation of ketamine’s impact on depression relates to the fact that following the first dose, long, dormant synaptic connections in the brain begin to regrow. Another mechanism being studied has to do with the way ketamine recharges glutamate receptors, an important part of the functioning of those nerve cells which regulate mood.
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Are Ketamine Injections Safe & Effective?

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Ketamine medication is preferred over other types of anesthetics because it does not affect breathing or heart rate, making it safe to administer without the use of a ventilator. Ketamine therapy is also considered more useful than similar drugs that stay in the body for many hours — ketamine’s effects last only about 20 to 60 minutes. That means patients can reap the full benefits of ketamine medication without devoting an entire afternoon to recovery.

When you get a ketamine injection at our Sandy, Utah, ketamine clinic, you are under the supervision of certified medical personnel who help ensure your safety and comfort until the effects have worn off. We administer different dosages based on patients’ symptoms for optimal outcome. Some patients benefit significantly from a single dosage, while others may need several. Some patients come for regular infusions. Our licensed practitioners work closely with you to find the solution that best fits your needs.

Contact us today and get the solution you have been seeking for so long — relief through ketamine treatment in Sandy, Utah.

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