Nebraska ketamine therapy

What is Ketamine therapy? How will SOMA Ketamine Clinic help with my depression?

Depression is a common, severe and potentially life-threatening syndrome. There are several clinical studies that suggest ketamine infusion therapy can have therapeutic effects in treatment-resistant depression.

Ketamine has been long used since 1970s as an anesthetic in surgery and in veterinary sciences. It was widely used by the U.S. military during the Vietnam War and remains a standard anesthetic in emergency rooms around the world. 

However, in recent years, there has been a growing interest in the use of low-dose ketamine for the treatment of a variety of conditions including severe and treatment-resistant depression. Its rapid and robust antidepressant effect has been studied and has shown significance in decreasing the severity of depression and suicidal thoughts.

Here at SOMA, we are a bilingual family practice medical clinic that specializes in primary care, walk-ins/emergency, and we’re now adding ketamine infusion therapy. Our certified medical professionals administer the ketamine infusion therapy, which has proven to be a safe and effective way to treat depression and other mental health conditions. The treatment involves a series of six IV infusions professionally administered in a safe and regulated environment over the course of 2-3 weeks. We are an accredited medical center with trained professionals who will properly dose and monitor the intake of ketamine while minimizing unwanted side effects, ensuring your comfort and safety.

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