Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (OCD)
Almost 2.2 million Americans are affected by OCD. People with OCD have uncontrollable reoccurring thoughts and can feel the urge to duplicate behaviors repeatedly in response to those thoughts. Moreover, OCD affects men and women in roughly equal numbers. Approximately one-third of adults with OCD developed symptoms as children, and research now shows that OCD may run in families.
In severe cases of OCD, the disorder can prevent people from being able to work or engage in normal activities and responsibilities at home. Traditional therapies can include psychotherapy, cognitive behavioral therapy, and anti-depressant medication.
A series of Low Dose Ketamine infusions, followed by maintenance infusion treatments, has been proven to rapidly reduce Obsessive Compulsive Disorder symptoms, thus allowing patients the freedom to live and enjoy their lives again.