What to Expect When You Arrive
Upon arrival, you will be greeted by our friendly reception staff.
Once your room has been prepared, you will be escorted by a staff member to your room where one of our experienced anesthesia team members will establish an IV for delivery of your therapy. There will be several monitors that we use to ensure that your body maintains the most optimal conditions and stability.
A certified medical staff member will be available at all times to address any needs that may arise. Your infusion will last approximately 40 minutes for our most common treatment option. For chronic pain, the infusion lasts approximately 4 hours. After this infusion is complete, you will be monitored for a recovery period of time (not less than 20 minutes) to ensure that you are fully recovered and alert.
During the Treatment you may feel lightheaded, or experience dizziness, a sensations of “floating”, euphoria, or have difficulty concentrating. With our dosing protocol, negative side effects are rare. Less common feelings can include anxiety or nausea. Rarely, clients may have feelings of sadness, confusion, or disorientation. If necessary, additional medications are available to treat any unwanted side effects.
You will need someone to drive you home, as we do not recommend operating a vehicle or any heavy machinery until the following day.
What We Expect to See After Treatment
Our therapy has proven highly effective in multiple disease processes to include Chronic Depression or Major Depressive Disorder, PTSD, suicidal ideation, alcohol and drug withdrawal syndromes, CRPS, chronic pain, neuropathic pain, phantom limb pain, Fibromyalgia and many more. All of these diseases have 2 things in common. One being that there is a neurologic component to each illness and the second is that they create a type of internal prison for the person who is forced to lived with them. It is time to be free. Please explore our “Resource and News” page to review multiple medical studies and personal success stories from people who used to suffer just like you.