At High Country Infusion & Wellness Center, we’re committed to providing our clients with all the information they need. For that reason, we’ve compiled this list of commonly asked questions. If you have an inquiry, we recommend checking here first. If you can’t find what you’re looking for, reach out and we’d be happy to help.
Absolutely. Ketamine has been used immensely for over 60 years in the battlefield, emergency rooms, and operating rooms at much higher doses than infusion therapy, with a very high safety profile. The World Health Organization describes ketamine as among ” …the most efficacious, safe and cost–effective medicines for priority conditions” and recommends it be readily available in every medical system.
It is the most widely used anesthetic in veterinary medicine and is used for many surgical procedures in humans.
When properly administered by a trained medical professional, ketamine is a safe and valuable medication.
Ketamine has been used off label in sub-anesthetic doses for the past 20 years to treat chronic pain, depression, and a variety of other mental health issues.
Addiction has not been described when medically supervised, in a low dose infusion treatment schedule. Physical abuse and addiction have previously been documented with high dose, recreational use.