"I did a full ketamine treatment here with them and it's awesome. It has helped me so much. I also was able to do a red light treatment the same time with a red reactive panel. I highly recommend people to do this." - A.R.
"Before I tried Ketamine I couldn’t make it through a single night without a nightmare and i haven’t had one since I finished my first round of treatment a few months back. I also have had half as many headache days as I usually had. My quality of life has gone up so much." - N.L.
"This treatment is amazing. The care team is wonderful and makes sure you’re well taken care of the whole time. Pairing this with talk therapy helped me open up and get into a better head space to speak about things in a more open manner. There’s nothing scary about ketamine, I have chronic pain and many illnesses and this is my favorite medication I’ve ever taken for it. It’s so relaxing, you’ll feel no pain, and the doctor has other medications at hand if you get any other mild side effects such as nausea or a headache to make those go away quickly. It helped my mental and physical health. I hope to do it again for long term results." - O.B.
"Ketamine therapy has been life changing! Bruno and Kendall are absolutely the best. Their dedication to doing what is best for individual patients is refreshing. They truly cared and worked to help me find relief from chronic fibromyalgia pain. All my questions were answered and I never felt like I was in the least bit over exaggerating my symptoms. If you have fibro pain you know what I mean. Meadowbrook has completely changed my life and I’m very grateful." - L.M.
Dr. John Krystal, chief psychiatrist at Yale Medicine and a leading ketamine researcher, said ketamine is the “anti-medication” medication. He explains that “with most medications, like valium, the anti-anxiety effect you get only lasts when it is in your system. When the valium goes away, you can get rebound anxiety. When you take ketamine, it triggers reactions in your cortex that enable brain connections to regrow. It’s the reaction to ketamine, not the presence of ketamine in the body that constitutes the effect.”