IV Medication Infusions in Columbus Ohio

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What Is IV Medication Infusions?

IV Medication Infusions at Pain Zero is a fantastic treatment option for PTSD, depression, and anxiety. IV medication infusion has a rather contentious history, but this is due to abusing it as a recreational drug. Under the supervision of our experienced team, this treatment may effectively reduce life-threatening depression and suicidal ideation. This is a minimally-invasive treatment that provides you with additional relief from signals of depression and anxiety. While selective serotonin reuptake inhibitors (SSRIs), like Lexapro, increase your brain's serotonin levels, IV Medication Infusions addresses healing the brain instead. If more traditional depression treatment options have not had the success you hoped, contact our Central Ohio office to find out more about IV Medication Infusions at Pain Zero and move forward with healing.

What Are the Benefits of IV Medication Infusions?

Discover a transformative treatment in managing PTSD, anxiety, and depression at Pain Zero in Central Ohio. Here's why IV Medication Infusions might be a game-changer for managing your symptoms:

  • Rapid Relief: Unlike traditional medications, IV medication infusion can bring quick relief from PTSD and depression symptoms.
  • Targeted Approach: IV therapy allows accurate dosing and immediate absorption, ensuring optimized effectiveness.
  • Few Side Effects: When compared to some long-term, mood-altering treatments, IV Medication Infusions has fewer side effects.

Am I A Good Candidate for IV Medication Infusions?

At our Central Ohio practice, we strive to provide our patients with cutting-edge treatments. One of our latest offerings is IV Medication Infusions. Candidates for this treatment may be those with symptoms that include:

  • Depression Struggles: If you've been dealing with severe depression and haven't found relief through traditional medication, IV Medication Infusions could be a game-changer.

  • Chronic Pain Woes: For those battling chronic pain conditions like fibromyalgia or neuropathy, this therapy can offer significant relief.

  • Treatment-Resistant Symptoms: If your symptoms have been resistant to other forms of therapy, IV medication infusion can act as a powerful alternative.

  • Health Clearance: Of course, you'll need to have your overall health evaluated to make sure IV medication infusion therapy is safe for you.

What Is IV Medication Infusions Treatment Like?

IV Medication Infusions should be a closely monitored treatment plan approved by your provider at Pain Zero. When you arrive at our Central Ohio office, you will be escorted to a secluded treatment room for the administration of your IV medication infusion treatment. Intravenous treatment options are safe and generally take anywhere from 30 — 45 minutes to administer. You will work with your provider to develop a customized treatment plan that closely monitors your psychological and behavioral improvement in conjunction with the treatment administered. Your treatment plan may take a couple of months before any improvements are noticed, so discuss your symptoms with your provider frequently to determine the efficacy of this treatment for managing your symptoms.

After receiving IV Medication Infusions, you might feel a bit drowsy or disoriented. It's common for patients to experience temporary perceptual changes, like altered vision or hearing. Some may also feel euphoric or detached from their surroundings. Due to these effects, it's crucial to have someone available to drive you home from the treatment session at our Columbus, OH facility. For the rest of the day, avoid activities that require focus, such as operating machinery or making important decisions. Side effects, like nausea or headache, are possible but can usually be managed with over-the-counter remedies. Stay hydrated and rest as needed. Lastly, maintain open communication with your practitioner, at Pain Zero discussing any concerns or side effects experienced, to ensure optimal benefits and safety throughout your treatment journey.

This is my first visit it went pretty good I felt relaxed with them and it seemed like he truly really wanted to help me to get my pain in order and I'm looking forward to my next visit till I see I can see where we go next on handling my pain shook my hand very polite very good doctor

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The staff are very accommodating to your needs. The doctor listens to you throughout the procedure.

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Dr. Harris is a wonderful doctor with a kind heart and takes his time to listen to his PT's.

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I walked out of the doctors office feeling that I can be helped. It's been over 5 yrs since I've felt hopeful. Dr. Harris informed me of treatments I've never been offered that has help so many others

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It's time to de-stigmatize depression and the therapies that can be most effective for healing it. To learn more about IV Medication Infusions at Pain Zero, contact our office today. Our Central Ohio staff are eager to help get your healing journey kickstarted.

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What is ketamine IV therapy?

Ketamine IV therapy involves administering a low dose of ketamine intravenously to treat depression and PTSD, along with other mood disorders. It acts quickly, often bringing relief in hours rather than weeks. There is also less of a withdrawal associated with ketamine IV therapy when issued from a professional than SSRIs.

Is ketamine IV therapy safe?

Yes, when administered by medical professionals like those at Pain Zero, ketamine IV therapy is considered safe. Regular monitoring during the process minimizes risks and side effects. Self-medication is not allowed or recommended with this treatment.

How effective is it for depression and PTSD?

Ketamine IV therapy has shown significant success in treating depression and PTSD, especially when traditional methods haven't worked. It's not a cure but a powerful tool in treatment.

*Individual results are not guaranteed and may vary from person to person. Images may contain models.