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Ketamine: An alternative mental health treatment option

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In recent years, ketamine has gained attention as a promising treatment for mental health conditions.

Enter: MindWell, a local, comprehensive mental healthcare facility offering personalized ketamine treatment plans with a commitment to patient care in a safe and comfortable environment.

“Ketamine therapy is revolutionizing mental health care,” says Jay Motley, MD, founder and CEO of MindWell Health. “Seeing patients reclaim their lives in ways they never thought possible has been one of the most rewarding experiences of my career.”

Dr. Jay Motley, founder and CEO of MindWell

Dr. Motley has been in the medical field for nearly two decades and calls the emergence of ketamine therapy a “breakthrough treatment for mental health conditions” and says it’s “among the most significant advancements” he’s witnessed.

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Below, Dr. Motley tells us more about this groundbreaking treatment and what to expect.

What is ketamine and what can it treat

Initially known for its anesthetic and pain-relieving properties, ketamine has been used in operating rooms and clinical settings since its development in the 1960s. Over the last ~20 years, it’s been studied in the mental health field as a potential alternative to antidepressants and other medications. Ketamine is legal for medical purposes, but it’s not legal for recreational use or to sell without a license.

Ketamine can be used to treat the following conditions:

  • Depression
  • Anxiety
  • PTSD
  • Chronic pain
  • Migraines

What to expect during your first treatment

Each treatment room at Mindwell is private and has an extra comfortable seat if you want to bring a trusted person with you. The IV is administered in the form of a steady drip (similar to any other IV treatment you may receive) and your knowledgeable MindWell physician will monitor your vitals during treatment, checking in throughout the process. The infusion portion lasts ~40 minutes, and each client is given a ~20-minute rest period after the treatment.

“The impact of ketamine therapy on mental health is not just clinical, it’s deeply personal,” says Dr. Motley. “To see patients experience profound breakthroughs after years of struggle is a testament to the untapped potential of this treatment.”

Most patients are scheduled for six ketamine sessions over a two-week period, with the second session scheduled a few days after the first. After the initial six sessions, the patient will be assessed to determine if additional treatment is needed.

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*†Please note: Legalities in your state may vary. GVLtoday advises consumers to consult a physician before trying new products and to always read a company’s and/or product’s full terms and conditions. The information about providers and services contained in this newsletter does not constitute an endorsement or recommendation by GVLtoday.


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