Doctors’ Pain Management Associates, LLC

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Orlando Pain After Radiation Specialists

Many patients experience pain before, during, and after radiation interventions. This can lead to unpredictable results in terms of recovery time, as well as the intensity and duration of the pain itself. Fortunately, there are several treatments available that can provide relief from post-radiation pain. One such treatment is ketamine infusions, which have been proven to be an effective form of interventional pain management. Let’s take a closer look at how ketamine infusions can help reduce post-radiation pain.

 

How It Works

Ketamine is a drug that has been used for decades in the medical field for anesthesia and sedation purposes. In recent years, however, it has also been found to be an effective tool for managing chronic pain. Ketamine infusions work by blocking certain receptors in the brain responsible for sending signals from the body to the brain that cause painful sensations. By blocking these receptors, ketamine stops or reduces the sensation of pain without causing any harm to other areas of the body or interfering with vital bodily functions like breathing or heart rate.

 

What Are The Benefits?

Ketamine infusions offer several benefits when it comes to managing post-radiation pain. For one, they are relatively safe compared to other forms of medication or treatments used for pain management; they have few side effects and no known long-term risks associated with them. Additionally, they are convenient and fast-acting; patients who receive ketamine infusions often experience significant relief from their symptoms within just a few hours after receiving their infusion(s). Finally, because ketamine works differently than traditional medications like opioids or muscle relaxants, it can be used even when those medications have not provided adequate relief from symptoms.

 

Summary

Overall, ketamine infusions offer an effective form of interventional pain management that can provide much-needed relief from post-radiation pain for many patients suffering from this condition. As with any medical treatment, it’s important to consult with your doctor about all potential risks and benefits before considering whether it is right for you; but if you are looking for an alternative form of treatment that is fast acting and offers fewer side effects than traditional medications, then ketamine infusions may be worth considering as an option to help manage your post-radiation pain.

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