Treatments

What if?

WHAT IF the scars of trauma in our lived experiences could be relieved through a 20-minute outpatient medical innovation?
WHAT IF Post Traumatic Stress is an INJURY to our sympathetic nervous systems, rather than a mental disorder?
WHAT IF a second chance at life were real, allowing us to move through the world and connect deeply with everyone and everything around us?

Truth is, PTSD is not a mental disorder. It's an INJURY.

Post-Traumatic Stress is an INJURY (PTSI) to the sympathetic nervous system (SNS) which triggers the amygdala and can directly impact  every homeostatic system in the body.

RESET’S NSR treatment releases the “fight, flight or freeze” responses – often stuck “on” – to allow restoration to the pre-trauma state, allowing for release, revival, renewal, RESET of the sympathetic nerve.  NSR is a pathway to healing from the scars of trauma and stress.

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Neuro Sympathetic Reset (NSR) is designed to heal the ROOT cause of symptoms for lasting relief.

NSR is a 20-minute, minimally invasive, evidence-based outpatient procedure that physiologically allows your sympathetic nervous system (SNS) to RESET to its baseline state of peace, ease, presence, and clarity.

A physiological reset, RESET's Neuro Sympathetic Reset (NSR) is relieving the “fight, freeze or flight” response – often stuck “on” – to restore the at-rest, untriggered pre-trauma state in those experiencing symptoms including…Release, relieve, renew, revive, RESET.  NSR is a pathway to relief from the scars of trauma and stress for all.

Our treatments can achieve remarkable positive results across a wide range of symptoms and conditions

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Anxiety
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Treatment-Resistant Depression
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Adrenal Fatigue
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Restless Sleep
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Insomnia
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Suicidal Thoughts and Ideation
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Grief
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Substance Abuse
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Chronic Pain
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Better Sleep
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Clarity and Focus
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Depression
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Mental Clarity
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Brain Fog
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PTSD / PTSI

Pricing

IV Therapy Treatments

Ketamine Treatment
Ketamine Treatment
$
400
/ Visit
/ Treatment

$
400
/ Visit
/ Treatment
*20% Discount available to qualifying individuals
Includes FireflyVR Sanctuary Session
Includes Mental Health Tracker
Ongoing follow-up by our Patient Engagement Team
Free Membership in our Reset Ambassadors Club

20% Discount Available to Qualifying Individuals

Same Day &
Walk-In Appointments Available

FAQ

Frequently Asked Questions

What is Ketamine?

Ketamine is a dissociative anesthetic with a relatively wide safety margin. It was FDA-approved in 1970 as an anesthetic agent. It is commonly used in anesthesia and has recently shown great benefit in treating patients with chronic pain or treatment-resistant depression.

How does a Ketamine IV-Therapy Infusion work?

Depression is believed to be caused by disruptions or loss of nerve connections in the brain and disturbances in the levels of neurotransmitters (chemicals in our brain that facilitate communication). These changes affect how we process emotions, learning, and memory. Traditional antidepressants typically target serotonin and norepinephrine, but this process can be slow and often ineffective. Although the exact mechanism is not fully understood, the benefits of ketamine are thought to be linked to its actions on the glutamate receptor system. It is believed that ketamine works by increasing levels of glutamate, promoting neural regrowth, and leading to improvements in mood, emotional state, and energy. This effect can occur rapidly, within minutes to hours, potentially enhancing the efficacy of other treatments such as behavioral therapy or medications.

Do I need a referral for a Ketamine treatment?

Yes, a referral is needed from a counselor or psychiatrist who has made a diagnosis of treatment-resistant depression (TRD). TRD is depression that has not responded to at least two other treatments, such as talk therapy or medication.

Do I need to hold any medications before the Ketamine infusion?

No medications need to be held. However, a nurse will contact you prior to the procedure to discuss the specifics.

What should I expect during my Ketamine treatment?

Each patient may have a slightly different experience, but most are similar. A nurse will administer an IV line in a vein in the arm. The infusion is overseen by a physician or an advanced practice nurse. The patient will be monitored throughout the infusion, which takes about 40 minutes. Ketamine's immediate effects can vary, but most patients feel pleasure or disconnect from the world. Nausea is sometimes a side effect, but it can be easily treated with anti-nausea medication. Once the procedure is over, the patient may still feel the dissociative or sedating effects for 30 minutes to an hour. You will need to arrange a ride to and from the center for the procedure. Typically, ketamine is done in a series of six treatments over three to four weeks.

Are there any restrictions after my Ketamine treatment?

The patient will need a driver to and from the procedure. It is recommended that the patient takes it easy for the remainder of the day. The following day, the patient can resume regular activities without any restrictions.

What are the side effects of Ketamine?

Side effects include drowsiness or fatigue, dissociative symptoms (altered feelings and perceptions including auditory and visual disturbances or hallucinations), hypertension, and confusion/agitation. These symptoms appear tolerable and limited to around the time of treatment.

Is Ketamine FDA-approved?

Ketamine is currently only approved for anesthesia. It is considered off-label use for treating depression. However, many studies have shown significant benefits and compelling evidence to support its use for treatment-resistant depression.

What is the evidence that Ketamine works?

Please refer to our News and Resources page to review the current data on treatment utilizing ketamine for treatment-resistant depression.

How many Ketamine treatments are needed?

The current guidelines recommend that patients initiating treatment undergo two infusions weekly for three weeks. After the initial set of treatments, additional treatments could be needed, including maintenance doses or boosters for symptom recurrence, as recommended by your referring physician.

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Life is not easy. We all have stuff. And no matter what our “stuff” is, Reset offers a path beyond the triggers or the numbness. Beyond the pressure or the fog.