We Provide Effective Treatment For The Following Conditions:
Pain Syndromes such as Chronic Regional Pain Syndrome previously known as Reflex Sympathetic Dystrophy,
Neuropathic Pain Management
Major Depression (including Postpartum Depression)
Post-traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD)
Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (OCD)
Ketamine is widely recognized as one of the most effective, rapidly acting and safe medication available for the treatment of chronic pain, depression and anxiety.
Many research studies have shown that it is significantly more effective than conventional antidepressant therapy and works many times faster than traditional antidepressant medications in about 70-80% of the patients.
At Brown Anesthesia, we individualize your treatment for your specific needs.
There's only one you, let us help you by creating a personalized treatment plan.
Here at Brown Anesthesia we look into more than symptoms; we look into what is the root of the problem and treat you as a whole.
Mentally, Physically, and Nutritionally.
Ketamine Infusions, Ketamine Nebulizer, Mental Health, Chiropractic, Low Light Therapy, and Nutrition; find out what is your personalized treatment is to a better living.
Nutrition is a key element in overall health and well being. The Goal is for optimum health without the need for Drugs or Surgery in addition to Ketamine specifically designed to your needs.
Low Laser Light Therapy is a painless, sterile, non-invasive, drug-free treatment which is used to treat a variety of pain syndromes, injuries, fractures, neurological conditions, and pathologies. Laser therapy can be used any time a patient requests or needs a drug-less procedure for the when control of pain when conventional therapies have been ineffective or when the acceleration of healing from injuries is desired. Laser light has gained popularity because we now use specific wavelengths of light and give accurately measured doses of energy direction to the appropriate treatment site, which was not possible with other light sources.
LED Light emitting diode (LED) therapy
is a Safe, Easy & Non-invasive Way to Enhance & Accelerate your Body’s Natural Healing Abilities
Is there potential for addiction?
Some may have heard that Ketamine is used as a “party drug” and worry about addiction potential. Studies and clinical experience have found that in the very low doses used, medical setting, infrequent dosing, there is virtually no potential for addiction or abuse.
What is Ketamine?
Ketamine is a medicine developed more than 50 years ago for anesthesia during surgery, and has been used for that purpose since that time in children, adults, and animals. More recently, Ketamine has been found to be a valuable and highly effective treatment for depression, anxiety, and certain pain disorders.
How does is work?
Depression, anxiety, pain, and other forms of stress damage the communication system between areas of the brain responsible for memory, learning, and higher-order thinking. Ketamine is able to promote the materials necessary to make repairs to this damage within hours.
Are there risks?
The dose used for the treatment of mood and anxiety disorders is very low and safe. For a few minutes during the infusion itself, blood pressure and heart rate may increase. This is monitored to ensure safety.
What do you do during an infusion?
Many find it helpful and relaxing to listen to music. It can be difficult to carry on a conversation during the procedure, so you are encouraged to sit back and relax and pay attention to what you are feeling. Expectations coming in to the treatment do affect the experience, so it is helpful to decide ahead of time that you will be safe, will feel “weird” for a little while, and that is ok, because that will quickly pass and you will be left feeling much better.
How do you know if the treatment is effective?
You will fill out depression and anxiety scales prior to the first treatment and approximately 24 hours later. This will help determine response. It is possible to notice effects as soon as 40 min after the infusion, most typically starting 2-4 hours later, but sometimes taking up to 24 hours. You should not expect to wake up feeling “perfect and overjoyed”, but rather there should be a noticeable difference in feeling more hopeful, less sad, decreased thoughts of suicide, increased calmness, “weight” of depression lifted, or more inclined to engage with people. Further improvements are often seen over the course of treatment.