Ketamine Infusion Therapy Clinic San Antonio Mood Disorder Visit Report Released

Those looking to understand what a ketamine treatment is all about before they visit a clinic can now read the Visit Report released by Ascend Ketamine San Antonio, a leading ketamine clinic.

Houston, United States - December 6, 2019 /PressCable/ —

San Antonio-based Ascend Ketamine, a clinic that brings hope to individuals experiencing the effects of physical and psychological disorders – depression, PTSD, and bipolar – has released a visit report so patient can understand what to expect when they first visit the clinic. The report eases any concerns about treatment as it explains what infusion therapy is, what happens during an appointment, and explains side effects.

More information is available at http://sanantonioketamine.com

Recently released, the Visit Report defines what to expect at a ketamine treatment. By identifying what ketamine infusion therapy is, the report helps patients to understand what ketamine treats – mental health disorders and pain – and how this treatment gets used in hospital emergency.

While ketamine is an aesthetic, says the report, when used in smaller doses it is an active depression, mood disorder and bipolar treatment, which also reduces pain. Ketamine has a profound impact on illness such as cancer, migraines, insomnia and other ailments.

Patients having a ketamine treatment will receive an infusion via IV. This form of treatment takes approximately an hour or two, and the patient will sit quietly during the therapy to ensure maximum absorption occurs. The clinic recommends that patients bring a book or listen to music during their appointment and that they wear comfortable clothing.

The report suggests that the ketamine treatment can make patients sensitive to light or sound, alter their perception of color, and may even make them feel a little confused momentarily. These side effects are common and will subside.

With an outstanding reputation, Ascend Ketamine provides professional care to thousands of patients who now enjoy an improved quality of life. As such, the clinic is committed to helping individuals regain their health and control over their life.

When asked about the San Antonio clinic, patients said, “The clinic and staff are fantastic. Treatment is tailored to your needs, and the staff are always on hand to answer questions and make sure that you’re comfortable during treatments. I feel so much better after visiting the clinic.”

To find out more about Ascend Ketamine and the San Antonio clinic, and their Visit Report, call 210 610 7489 or click on the link above. Site visitors will learn more about the clinic, staff and therapy options.

Contact Info:
Name: Lars Thestrup
Email: Send Email
Organization: Ascend Ketamine
Address: 7505 Fannin Street Suite 420, Houston, TX 77054, United States
Phone: +1-832-930-2642
Website: http://ascendketamine.com

Source: PressCable

Release ID: 88937861

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