Bellevue Ketamine Therapy Intranasal & Intravenous For Chronic Depression Update

Bellevue Ketamine Therapy Intranasal & Intravenous For Chronic Depression Update

With the increasing rate of depression and mental health conditions in the United States, the updated ketamine therapy offers an alternative for relief, especially for patients who have not responded to other treatments. At Interventional Orthopedics of Washington, ketamine treatments are available in a range of forms, including intravenous (IV), intramuscular (IM), intranasal, and oral solutions.

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Individuals with treatment-resistant mental health conditions and chronic pain can now access an individualized treatment solution through the updated service, which has been shown to improve mental well-being in patients by 70-80%.

Treatment-resistant depression is a common issue, affecting roughly 60% of those seeking professional help. However, clinical research has shown that ketamine therapy can be an effective alternative to alleviate depression symptoms alongside those of anxiety, PTSD, and other mental health conditions, as well as chronic pain.

Through a detailed evaluation process, Dr. Silva determines if ketamine therapy is the ideal solution for a viable and lasting treatment. Following the evaluation, he works with patients to develop a personalized treatment plan. Alongside his team of experienced and qualified professionals, he administers lower sub-anesthetic doses of ketamine to patients dealing with pain, depression, or other psychiatric diagnoses for therapeutic and palliative purposes.

Depending on the method of administration, the treatment duration can range from one to three hours or more. Patients undergoing this treatment can experience positive changes in pain levels, mood, behavior, and perceptions during and after the treatment, which can continue for days and weeks.

In addition to ketamine therapy, Interventional Orthopedics of Washington offers a range of precision image-guided regenerative injection therapies, including Prolotherapy, PRP (Platelet Rich Plasma), and Stem Cell Therapy (using ultrasound and fluoroscopy). These therapies are designed to address common musculoskeletal complaints such as chronic neck pain, back pain, joint pain, and sports injuries.

A spokesperson said: “We believe that in the right setting, ketamine can be a powerful and effective treatment alternative for those who have not had success with traditional means such as medication (including NSAIDs, opiates, anxiolytics, antidepressants, and more), talk therapy, and other common interventions.”

Interested parties can find more information on the updated evidence-based ketamine therapy by visiting

Interventional Orthopedics of Washington
1515 116th Ave NE
Suite 202
United States

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