Ketamine has a number of benefits that can lead to the alleviation of depression, including meaningful realizations, decreased anxiety and negative thinking, increased energy and processing of past trauma. It can be described as a deep therapy session with oneself, says Dr. David Mahjoubi
LOS ANGELES (PRWEB) August 20, 2019
Dr. David Mahjoubi, a leading board-certified anesthesiologist and founder of the Ketamine Healing Clinic of Los Angeles answers questions about ketamine IV treatment therapy in a newly published Mic.com article, “How Does Ketamine Treat Depression, and is it Safe?” The article explores using ketamine to treat depression as well as PTSD, OCD, chronic pain and other conditions.
“I am so pleased to be featured in this informative piece. Ketamine has a number of benefits that can lead to the alleviation of depression, including meaningful realizations, decreased anxiety and negative thinking, increased energy and processing of past trauma. It can be described as a deep therapy session with oneself," says Dr. David Mahjoubi
Medical treatment centers, such as the Ketamine Healing Clinic of Los Angeles, are starting to grow nationwide. In the article, Dr. David Mahjoubi explains the protocol for ketamine IV treatment at his medical facility. He is also one of a handful of doctors in the country offering ketamine nasal spray as a supplementary, at-home treatment for depression and chronic pain to help maintain and extend the benefits of IV ketamine treatments. Overall, ketamine is non-addictive and well-tolerated by patients, and its success in treating major depression and other conditions is becoming recognized.
David Mahjoubi, MD is a board-certified anesthesiologist, earning his medical degree from The Chicago Medical School and completing his residency training at the University of Southern California (USC) and Los Angeles County Medical Center. He is the author of multiple publications in the medical field. Dr. Mahjoubi became an active user of IV ketamine for both conscious sedation and general anesthesia cases. He quickly realized the beneficial mental health effects of IV ketamine in many patients post-procedurally, and as a result, he founded The Ketamine Healing Clinic of Los Angeles.
To learn more about Dr. Mahjoubi and the Ketamine Healing Clinic of Los Angeles, please visit http://www.ketaminehealing.com or contact the clinic at (424) 278-4241 or (866) 987-7874.