Houston Ketamine Infusion Depression Therapy Senior Transport Service Announced

Ascend Ketamine in Houston has announced it can help patients to combat the symptoms of depression. It offers ketamine infusion therapy at an affordable price and has partnered with Envoy for easy patient transport.

Houston, United States - March 22, 2019 /PressCable/ —

Ascend Ketamine in Houston has announced it can provide local patients with an affordable solution for effective depression treatments. Anyone in the local area can get in touch for a free consultation to see how ketamine infusion therapy can help them by treating depression, psychiatric disorders, and chronic pain.

More information can be found at: http://ascendketamine.com

The site explains that Ascend Ketamine has a reputation as the most affordable ketamine infusion clinic in the Houston area. Through its expert service, it brings hope to thousands of individuals who suffer from issues like severe depression, PTSD or chronic pain.

One of the main issues that people have always had with ketamine infusion therapy is the cost and barrier to entry. It has traditionally been hard for people to get the therapy they need, regardless of their issues.

Now, with Ascend Ketamine, it’s more affordable and approachable to try ketamine infusion therapy. This means that more people are able to get the help and treatment they need for depression.

One of the key benefits of getting in touch with the Houston clinic is that the team has over 70 years of combined experience. They are experts in managing psychiatric emergencies and have a huge amount of experience with ketamine.

The latest research shows that ketamine can effectively improve depressive symptoms in more than 70% of patients. It’s for this reason that it has been named such an exciting medical innovation.

The team at Ascend Ketamine in Houston state: “Offering the most affordable ketamine infusions in the greater Houston area is only one of the reasons why you should choose Ascend Ketamine. Our team consists of emergency physicians and hospice doctors, all highly trained to administer and monitor ketamine infusions for the treatment of depression, anxiety, PTSD, psychiatric disorders and chronic pain.”

Ascend Ketamine has partnered with Envoy, a senior transport service, to ensure that patients can travel to and from the clinic with ease.

Full details can be found on the URL above.

Contact Info:
Name: Lars Thestrup
Email: Send Email
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

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