San Antonio Ketamine Infusion Therapy Depression & PTSD Treatment Clinic Opened

A new ketamine infusion therapy clinic has been opened in San Antonio by Ascend Ketamine. Patients can now get access to affordable, high quality ketamine treatments for depression, PTSD and more.

Houston, United States - August 14, 2019 /PressCable/ —

Ascend Ketamine have opened a new ketamine infusion therapy clinic in San Antonio, so that more patients can get the cutting edge treatment they need. Ketamine infusion has become a popular form of treatment for the symptoms of depression and PTSD, among other issues.

For more information please visit the website here: http://Sanantonioketamine.com

San Antonio ketamine therapy and integrative medicine services are now available at the new clinic. Those wishing to get treatments or find our more can easily book an appointment or consultation online.

By opening their new clinic, Ascend Ketamine are aiming to bring ketamine infusion to more people. Previously it has always been an expensive treatment options that meant most people couldn’t afford it.

However, San Antonio Ketamine is the most affordable ketamine infusion clinic in the San Antonio region. This means that thousands more people have the hope that they can find a treatment and solution that is right for them.

Ketamine infusion is an effective and fast-acting remedy for a range of mental and physical ailments. These include severe depression, bipolar disorder, PTSD, psychiatric disorders, and chronic pain.

One of the most well known issues it can help with is depression. Studies have shown that it has the ability to improve depressive symptoms in over 70% of patients, which led to it being named the most exciting medical innovation of 2017.

Now, thanks to the new clinic, more patients are able to get access to this highly effective treatment option. They can receive this treatment in a kind, caring environment known for its compassionate staff.

San Antonio Ketamine states: “Our experienced team of emergency physicians and hospice doctors have more than 70 years combined experience in working with ketamine. As such, we offer our clients high quality and the most affordable ketamine infusions in the San Antonio and San Antonio area.”

Those wishing to find out more can visit their website on the link provided above.

Contact Info:
Name: Lars Thestrup
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Organization: Ascend Ketamine
Address: 7505 Fannin Street Suite 420, Houston, TX 77054, United States
Phone: +1-832-930-2642
Website: http://ascendketamine.com

Source: PressCable

Release ID: 88907813

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