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Ketamine Therapy – for Patients Suffering From Depression

KETAMINE

Victory Recovery Partners will offer ketamine therapy to those substance use disorder patients who our psychiatric and medical providers believe would benefit from such treatments.

What Is Ketamine

Ketamine is a medicine that was first used as a painkiller in the 1960’s for wounded soldiers on the battlefields of Vietnam.   More recently, ketamine has been heralded as a potential breakthrough drug for treating severe depression and substance abuse cravings.

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 How Ketamine Works

Which Patients May Benefit from Ketamine Therapy

Costs / Insurance Coverage

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