Ketamine could be your breakthrough
Ketamine treatments can reduce the frequency and severity of debilitating migraine headaches. Intense sufferers have reported being able to function normally for several years with controlled migraines, thanks to ketamine.
Migraines are a big headache
Each year, American workers miss over 113 million workdays due to migraines, making chronic illness the sixth most debilitating. More than mere headaches, migraines often cause intense pain, hypersensitivity, and nausea, among other symptoms.
Despite these staggering statistics, migraines are notoriously difficult to treat. However, recent research shows that ketamine reduces both the frequency and duration of migraines and also reduced the number of other medications needed in acute migraine attacks.
John Lilly, a neuroscientist pioneer in researching early dolphin-to-human communication and dolphin intelligence, experimented with ketamine to cure his Migraine headaches.
Each year, American workers miss over 113 million workdays due to migraines, making chronic illness the sixth most debilitating in the world
90% of migraine sufferers cannot function normally during an attack
A study of 61 patients found that almost 75 percent experienced an improvement in their migraine intensity after a three to seven day course of inpatient treatment with ketamine
71% with refractory migraines report relief after ketamine
Pain and migraine research
Treatment options for migraines
Our foundational program: 6 intravenous infusions administered over 2-3 weeks under careful monitoring by our trained medical staff
Administered over 4 days, this program helps patients who suffer from treatment-resistant neuropathic pain by targeting dysfunctional pain pathways
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