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Grapevine, TX | Ketamine Infusion Therapy - The Future of Depression | Kotsanis Institute

It is estimated that 300 million people globally suffer from anxiety and depression (World Health Organization). For many patients, traditional antidepressant medication does not work, takes weeks to become effective, and oftentimes the side effects can be severe. Ketamine, administered intravenously, is a new therapy for those that suffer and have not found traditional medications effective. Ketamine works differently from antidepressant medications so many patients are finding rapid relief with mild and brief side effects. Numerous studies have been conducted and it has been found that ketamine also helps those that suffer from Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (OCD), Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD), suicide ideation, and chronic pain. Learn more about how we use ketamine in our office for those that suffer from mental illness and chronic pain.