Portland Ketamine Clinic is OPEN and accepting new patients!
During this time of crises Portland Ketamine Clinic is taking special precautions in order to curb the spread of COVID-19.
- All patients must wear masks at all times.
- We are taking temperatures upon arrival.
- Patients must wash hands when they enter the clinic.
- We are only accepting one patient at a time.
- All patients must fill out a health questionnaire.
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At our clinic here in Portland, Oregon our board certified anesthesiologists provide ketamine infusions to relieve depression, PTSD and CRPS/RSD.
Ketamine is an FDA approved anesthetic drug that has been used in hospitals worldwide since the 1960’s. In the last few years numerous articles in medical journals have shown efficacy in using ketamine in sub-anesthetic doses to treat depression and some chronic pain syndromes. See LINKS to read articles.
How long does ketamine infusion therapy last?
Initial series of 6 infusions will take place every other day for a period of 12-14 days. Although we don’t recommend varying too much from this treatment protocol we will customize the treatments to help meet your personal and travel needs. Subsequent single booster infusions may be required to keep your symptoms at bay. Resolution of symptoms may last anywhere from 4 to 6 weeks.
Many medications that we use in mainstream medicine have been discovered to be helpful in treating other diseases. These include Rogaine (Minoxidil) which was originally used to treat high blood pressure was later found to help in hair loss or alopecia. These medicines represent alternative uses of FDA approved medications.
"I recently completed the six infusion treatment from Dr. Abreu at the Seattle Ketamine Clinic. I am astounded by the results; I can say without hesitation that it has completely eradicated any depression symptoms. I didn’t expect this much relief from the Ketamine."
- Actual patient
"I was efficient, clear headed and most notably, the feelings of dread and stress that used to invade my thoughts were gone.”
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We have chosen to err on the side of safety by using more stringent exclusion guidelines than our purposes require when deemed necessary. We reserve the right to refuse treatment based on our clinical impression.
Dr. Abreu founder and medical director for Portland Ketamine Clinic interviewed on AM Northwest.