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Heat Stroke – Do You Know the Signs?

Heat Stroke – Do You Know the Signs? Summer can be full of fun and excitement, but the high temperatures that hit much of the country from June to August can also be deadly. That’s why it’s important to understand the difference between heat stroke and heat exhaustion...

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How to Keep Cool in the Summer

How to Keep Cool in the Summer When the winter winds blow, and it feels like the cold will never end, most of us think fondly of those glorious summer days. But when the temperatures start to race towards 100 degrees, and those summer days stretch out before you with...

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How Cardio Can Improve Your Life

How Cardio Can Improve Your Life While we’ve been told that an apple a day will keep the doctor away, science has shown that the best way to stay healthy inside and out involves regular, moderate exercise. Because regular aerobic exercise gets your heart pumping,...

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Urgent Vs Emergency

Urgent vs. Emergency When an unexpected illness or accident occurs, time is of the essence, but choosing between a trip to the emergency room or a visit to urgent care can be nerve-wracking. When the health and well-being of you or your loved ones hang in the balance,...

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Treating CRPS with Ketamine

Treating CRPS with Ketamine Chronic pain can be both physically and mentally wearing. Chronic regional pain syndrome (CRPS) can be downright debilitating. Fortunately, Ketamine has proven to be a highly effective alternative for patients who have obtained little or no...

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There’s No Age Limit

There's No Age Limit Many people view depression as an adult disorder. However, depression has no age limit. In fact, more teenagers, especially girls, are suffering from depression today.  An alarming study conducted at University College London found that 24 percent...

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Scrolling into Depression

Scrolling into Depression Once upon a time, Facebook was the domain primarily of college students and other young people. This is no longer the case. Today, people of all ages use Facebook to keep up with distant family and friends, to post their own life events, and...

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1 Hour a Week for a Future of Happiness

  1 Hour a Week for a Future of Happiness Many people make New Year’s resolutions to start exercising, but too often those resolutions fall by the wayside. However, in addition to the obvious benefits of exercise in weight loss and physical fitness, there is...

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Transcranial Electric Stimulation

Welcome Transcranial Electric Stimulation to Our Plan Non-invasive techniques are changing the landscape of neuroscience. Among them include transcranial electric stimulation (tES). PointKetamine would like to welcome this therapy into our treatment plan. The device...

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Breaking the Chronic Pain Cycle

Breaking the Chronic Pain Cycle   We would like to share the story behind Scott Zhang and Syam Palakurthy's innovation. Scott and Syam built Itsy as a response to the growing Opioid Crisis, driven by chronic pain. Scott is a product-focused software engineer. His...

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Latest News

Ketamine offers lifeline for people with severe depression, suicidal thoughts

Tinker, B., & Gupta, S. (2018, August 3).
Ketamine offers lifeline for people with severe depression, suicidal thoughts.

Latest Research

Effects of Ketamine On Explicit and Implicit Suicidal Cognition: A Randomized Controlled Trial In Treatment-Resistant Depression

Price RB, Iosifescu DV, Murrough JW., et al
Depression Anxiety 2014;31(4):335-343

Efficacy of Intravenous Ketamine for Treatment of Chronic Posttraumatic Stress Disorder; A Randomized Clinical Trial

Adriana F, Parides MK, Murrough JW, et al.
JAMA Psychiatry 2014;71(6):681-688

Subanesthetic Ketamine Infusion Therapy: A Retrospective Analysis of a Novel Therapeutic Approach to Complex Regional Pain Syndrome

Correll GE, Maleki J, Harbut RE, et al.
Pain Medicine 2004; Volume 5 (3): 263-275