Advanced Anesthesia
Anesthesia Tailored Specifically for You!


- Fully mobile, state of the art monitoring and medication delivery equipment
- Level of sedation easily titrated during the case based on comfort and procedure
- All complex medical issues dealt with by an MD Anesthesiologist i.e. medical clearance
- Post-procedure medications given to ensure lasting comfort and pain control
- Absolute adherence to standards of care and the highest level of quality assurance
Safety:    Trust your care to a Board-Certified Physician Anesthesiologist, with extensive experience in all avenues of anesthetic techniques and surgical procedures
Efficiency:     Perform more cases in a shorter duration with fast onset and recovery times
Convenience:    A patient that is asleep allows for fewer interruptions, and allows the surgeon to focus on the procedure rather than the anesthetic.
Revenue:  Retain larger cases and gain more patients by marketing the option of IV anesthesia

Pain Management

Interventions for spinal disorders, including degenerated disc disease, spinal stenosis, bulging discs, disorders of the sacrum, etc
Surgical options including kyphoplasty and implantable pain therapies
Interventions for headache including occipital nerve blocks, BoTox therapies, accupuncture
Interventions for myofascial disorders including trigger point  injections, lidocaine infusions, etc
Iv infusions for various chronic pain syndromes

Ketamine Therapy

IV Ketamine infusions continue to show remarkable promise in the treatment of resistant forms of depression, anxiety states and PTSD, in addition to several chronic pain syndromes.
An infusion usually lasts about one hour, and results are often immediate.  If a patient responds well to two infusions, they are often placed on a regimen of twice per week for around 4-6 weeks.  Therafter patients often need 'maintenance doses', usually every few months. 
Ketamine is a very safe medication with few side effects, however patients still are carefully selected based on their health history.  A board-certified anesthesiologist, who is considered an expert in ketamine administration, will administer the medication while monitoring your vital signs and observing for side effects.  Safety and comfort are always the highest priority with this therapy.
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Ketamine effective at treating depression
Archives of General Psychiatry revealed that a single IV dose of ketamine reduced symptoms of depression within 40 minutes among those with bipolar disorder who have not responded to other treatments.
WebMD: Ketamine: The Future of Depression Treatment?
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