As many as 5 million Americans suffer from treatment-resistant depression. That’s about 30% of all adults who seek depression treatment. Most insurance companies cover traditional methods of[...]
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When you get sick, you probably go to the doctor, take medicine, rest, and feel better in three to five days. The same can’t be said for depression treatment — though many people hope for an[...]
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Electroconvulsive Therapy Setting Recent research now offers solid evidence that the NMDA receptor antagonist ketamine has rapidly acting antidepressant properties.
Ketamine Infusion Therapy may be the appropriate solution for a patient who has been diagnosed with treatment resistant depression. Patients with severe depressive disorders, bi-polar depression,[...]