Treatment for Other Conditions
Eating disorders are among the deadliest mental illnesses, second only to opioid overdose.
Ketamine infusion therapy offers hope for those suffering from an eating disorder, especially when SSRIs are proven ineffective. IV ketamine infusion therapy, on its own, has already been proven to be an effective way to break the cycle of obsessive-compulsive behavior and thoughts that are often the root cause of many eating disorders. However, suppose it is administered in a series of treatments, coupled with supervised eating, therapy, and other medications (as appropriate). In that case, it shows great promise for helping individuals with eating disorders get back to healthier eating habits.
Medically-supervised ketamine therapy is worth considering if you or someone you know is struggling with moderate, severe, or life-threatening eating disorders. Our team of ketamine infusion specialists is here to help.
Migraine is an extraordinarily prevalent neurological disease, affecting 39 million men, women, and children in the U.S. and 1 billion worldwide. Migraine headaches are characterized by localized pain on one side of the head, visual disturbances, and sensitivity to light and sound. Some people even suffer nausea, vomiting, and dizziness.
Migraine pain is common and can be debilitating, but it’s notoriously difficult to diagnose and treat. The causes and triggers of migraines can vary wildly between individuals, making it challenging to find a treatment that reliably relieves pain.
At Illumma, Ken Adolph, MD, our team offers alternative treatments when traditional medications relieve migraine pain. It’s time to find out if ketamine infusions for migraine pain could be suitable for you.
Grieving and mourning is not pathologic condition by definition, though it can be excruciating. For whatever reason, the grieving process can become “stuck” in certain phases, leading to symptoms of depression, anxiety, and insomnia. When and if this happens, ketamine infusion therapy can help guide someone who is grieving “out of the darkness.”
Our caring mental health clinic and the ketamine infusion specialist can support you through your process of healing.
Gender dysphoria refers to feelings of distress and discomfort that a person experiences when their assigned gender does not match their gender identity. People who experience gender dysphoria may feel uncomfortable with and distressed over the conflict between the sexual characteristics of their physical body and how they feel and think about themselves.
Gender dysphoria isn’t an illness. But the distress from it may be linked to mental health problems, such as anxiety disorders, depression, substance abuse disorder, eating disorders, and suicide attempts. Some estimates say that 7 out of 10 people with gender dysphoria will have some other mental health diagnosis in their lifetime.
Ketamine infusion therapy can offer freedom from these underlying mental health issues so that you can find confidence in yourself once again.
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