Have You Been Diagnosed With Fibromyalgia?
If so, we have some excellent news for you. Our ketamine infusion therapy is one of the most effective treatments available. It can help reduce or even eliminate your pain symptoms. Ketamine has been used as an anesthetic since the 1960s and works by blocking nerve signals that cause chronic pain.
You deserve relief from your fibromyalgia symptoms, don’t wait another day before contacting us.
How Ketamine Helps Fibromyalgia
Ketamine is a potent NMDA antagonist used in the treatment of pain, sedation, and anesthesia. It can also be given intravenously as an anti-anxiety drug for critically ill or injured at hospitals to prevent them from feeling anxious during medical treatments like surgery.
Doctors have found a new way to help fibromyalgia patients by using ketamine. The medicine, which blocks the activity of NMDA receptors in our brain cells responsible for registering pain sensations throughout the body, also seems able to reset these hypersensitized nerves back into normal condition!
What Are The Symptoms Of Fibromyalgia?
The symptoms of fibromyalgia may be severe and debilitating. Often, people with this condition will experience:
Muscle aches and pains – These can often be unrelenting and haphazardly distributed throughout different parts of the body. Many people feel these pains as an inner burning sensation in their muscles.
Fatigue – Often, chronic fatigue is associated with this disease or at least accompanies many other manifestations such as difficulty sleeping, restless leg syndrome, morning stiffness, nausea upon waking up from sleep, etc. All symptoms related to minor or minor images no energy levels due to physical exhaustion.
Restless legs – This condition involves unpleasant sensations in the legs that make them seem jittery or tingly during periods of restful sitting or laying down.
Get The Pain Relief You Deserve
Don’t let another day go by without getting back to living your life. We know how it hurts when you can’t do what you love anymore because of constant pain.
Contact us to learn more about ketamine infusions for fibromyalgia.