Neustart Ketamine Infusion Therapy; scientists agree it is
“the most remarkable breakthrough in the past 50 years”
Ketamine Infusion treatment for major depression and other disorders is widely considered to be “one of the greatest achievements in the field of Psychiatry in the 21st century” throughout the scientific community. The drug, initially developed in 1962 during the Vietnam war, was the solution to a challenge faced by military medical operatives: the need for an anaesthetic that would relieve pain without reducing blood pressure.
Recent research has found another breakthrough for the use of Ketamine. The drug has been discovered to hold incredible anti-depressive properties and has been successful in treating many disorders including depression, anxiety, PTSD and more. Ketamine’s safety profile makes it the anaesthetic of choice for particularly weak or elderly patients, for children as well as animals during veterinary surgery. Other health-related afflictions are also being treated successfully using Ketamine, such as chronic pain, migraine, fibromyalgia and neuropathy.
The doses used for treating the above disorders are considerably lower than those used during surgical procedures. Not only is Ketamine Infusion Therapy entirely safe for use when carefully applied with patient-specific doses, but the desired result is also so much quicker and more effective than conventional treatment.