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Orlando Chronic Eye Pain Specialists

Are you struggling with eye pain that has not responded to traditional treatments? If so, you may want to consider interventional pain management with ketamine infusions. Ketamine is a medication used for various types of pain, but it can also be used as an effective treatment for chronic eye pain.


What is Ketamine Infusion Therapy?

Ketamine infusion therapy is a form of interventional pain management that involves intravenously delivering a solution containing ketamine into the patient’s bloodstream. The goal of this type of therapy is to reduce the patient’s eye pain by blocking certain nerve signals that cause it. The infusion typically takes around two hours, and the effects are usually felt within two days.


The Benefits of Ketamine Infusions

Ketamine infusion therapy can provide relief from chronic eye pain caused by a variety of different conditions, including glaucoma, uveitis, optic neuritis, and retinal detachment. In addition to providing relief from these conditions, ketamine infusions can also reduce anxiety and depression associated with chronic eye pain. This makes it an invaluable tool for patients who are suffering from long-term discomfort.


Who Should Consider Ketamine Infusions?

Ketamine infusion therapy is typically recommended for patients who have not responded to traditional treatments or medications for their chronic eye pain. It is important to note that ketamine infusions are not recommended for everyone; they should only be considered if other treatments have not been successful in reducing your symptoms. Additionally, ketamine infusions should be done under the supervision of a trained medical professional such as a neurologist or ophthalmologist.



Eye pain can be debilitating and difficult to manage without the help of an experienced medical professional. Interventional pain management with ketamine infusions is one option that may provide relief from conditions such as glaucoma, uveitis, optic neuritis, and retinal detachment when other treatments have not been successful in reducing your symptoms. If you think you may benefit from this type of treatment, contact your doctor or local hospital today to learn more about how ketamine infusions could help you manage your chronic eye pain effectively and safely.

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