Patients suffering from chronic pain, fatigue and mental health conditions sometimes feel they’ve run out of treatment options. Now, novel infusion medical treatments such as ketamine therapy and micronutrient therapy may be able to help where others have failed.
Montanans can now benefit from these intravenous (IV) therapy options at Helena-based clinic Luvita. One of the state’s most diverse IV therapy centers, the clinic delivers innovative, evidence-based medical treatments for a range of conditions.
Ketamine Infusion Therapy
“Ketamine is such an amazing drug. I’ve used it for years when administering anesthesia not knowing about its life-changing benefits for those suffering from chronic mental health and pain conditions,” said Patrick Davidson, a Certified Registered Nurse Anesthesiologist who co-founded Luvita. “When I think about the people we have already helped since opening our doors, I get so excited knowing we’ll be helping many more, and I wish we could offer it to everyone in need, especially our veterans.”
Ketamine is an FDA-approved dissociative anesthetic developed in 1962 to assist with pain during surgery. Today, when professionally administered off-label at lower doses as an intravenous (IV) drip, ketamine can positively affect regions in the brain that