Dartmouth IV Ketamine Infusion Therapy For Chronic Pain Treatment: Update

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  • November 20, 2022
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The alternative medicine center improves its services to continue its mission of providing high-quality care to patients suffering from various mood disorders and nerve damage.

More details can be found at http://www.ThriveIV.net

As part of the announcement, Thrive IV explains that ketamine therapy has shown therapeutic benefits for those suffering from chronic pain conditions such as complex regional pain syndrome (CRPS). In fact, some studies suggest that regular treatments can reduce pain symptoms by 70% to 80% in the first hour alone.

The physician-approved IV ketamine therapy inhibits a specific chemical receptor that modulates pain. However, scientists have also noted that ketamine interacts with other receptors as well, which broadens its potential clinical uses. Newer data suggest that ketamine may benefit those suffering from treatment-resistant depression and other mood disorders such as PTSD and anxiety.

Since ketamine is a powerful anesthetic that may cause a series of side effects if it is not appropriately administered, the center recommends that anyone interested contact an authorized center to ensure safety and efficiency.

Thrive IV is led by Dr. Michael Pellegrino, who is passionate about complementary and adjunctive medicine for treating various disorders. He has studied the use of ketamine for years and believes that the therapy can help patients with cancer, CRPS, fibromyalgia, sickle cell disease, postherpetic neuralgia, or other conditions that are characterized by chronic pain.

During the first consultation, Dr. Pellegrino and his team will conduct an in-depth medical review to determine if IV ketamine infusion therapy is needed. Depending on the patient’s medical condition and current health, IV therapy may also be supplemented with other vitamins and minerals.

Typically, patients suffering from chronic pain need around six one-hour infusions done over two to three weeks. However, severe pain treatment may start with a full four-hour infusion, if needed.

Thrive IV closely monitors each patient to adjust the treatment based on their responses at any given time.

Interested parties can find more information by visiting http://www.ThriveIV.net

Thrive IV
[email protected]
49 State Rd
Nauset Building #102
United States

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