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Alabama Ketamine Clinics

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Posted by: Al Clinics
Date: Feb 15 2019 10:41 AM

Throughout history, Ketamine has been widely used as an anesthetic. However, in recent years, Ketamine has been the focus of many studies proving it can be used as a lifesaving tool against severe depression, chronic pain, and other debilitating conditions. Here at Alabama Clinics, we understand how tough it can be to feel like you have tried everything and still nothing works. We are the first clinic in Alabama to introduce this service to the community and hope you take advantage of it.

With one in six adults experiencing depression at some point in their life, experts are constantly looking for a way to help. While treatments such as antidepressants and therapy exist, those with severe, treatment-resistant depression which often come with suicidal thoughts need an option that works quickly and effectively. Individuals who have tried Ketamine have reported positive changes within hours, sometimes within minutes.

Ketamine is administered intravenously in a private room where our main focus is to ensure your safety and make you as comfortable as possible. The procedure can last up to one hour, but you can take as long as you need to feel stable afterwards. Ketamine can cause you to undergo an out-of-body experience during which you are able to control your feelings and place your mind at ease. Although proven to be extremely safe when used in a clinical setting, your blood pressure, pulse, and other vitals are closely monitored the whole time. Although every person is different, most individuals start with about six doses over a period of 1-2 weeks and then the frequency is adjusted as needed. Ketamine offers hope to individuals who have tried endless ways to treat their depression but have not succeeded. Ketamine is not only used for depression, it can treat suicidal thoughts, PTSD, mood disorders, and nerve-related pain.

We will take you step-by-step through the entire procedure and answer any questions or doubts you may have. We are here to remind you that there is a light at the end of the tunnel and we are here to help you. Feel free to contact us and take the next step to take control of your life.

Alabama Clinics

2812 Hartford Hwy, Suite #1

Dothan, AL 36305

(334) 699-8231 or (334) 712-1170

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