Menlo Park IV Ketamine Clinic For Treatment-Resistant Depression Announced

The center’s latest programs include the use of intravenously administered ketamine. Low-dose ketamine is now drawing significant attention for its potential to address a range of mental health conditions, such as treatment-resistant depression, treatment-resistant anxiety, PTSD, OCD, postpartum depression, and more.

More details about how ketamine works in depression treatment can be found at

With the recent announcement, Soft Reboot Wellness offers a safe and medically supervised alternative to traditional treatment approaches, such as SSRI and SNRI medications. Therapies are individually tailored and supervised by Dr. Sara Herman, a board-certified cardiac anesthesiologist and a graduate of Columbia Medical School.

A recent report from Johns Hopkins Medicine characterizes ketamine as a “groundbreaking” and fast-acting approach to treatment-resistant depression. The center explains that, while current antidepressants work to increase levels of serotonin, norepinephrine, and/or dopamine, ketamine causes a rise in glutamate, which is the brain’s most common chemical messenger.

As part of the recent update, Soft Reboot Wellness now offers this cutting-edge therapy across the wider San Francisco Bay Area. The clinic conducts in-depth consultations with each client in order to determine their suitability for ketamine, their personal goals, and how the therapy can work as part of a wider treatment program.

“Our modern lives are increasingly characterized by chronic stress, which reduces levels of critical neurotransmitters, especially serotonin and dopamine, found in parts of the brain linked to depression and other mental health issues,” a clinic representative explained. “Ketamine can reverse this process and the symptoms that come with it. At low doses, ketamine relaxes the mind and gives it a break from cyclical self-defeating and limiting thoughts and stories.”

A case study of ketamine IV infusion therapy in Palo Alto for depression can be read here:

About Soft Reboot Wellness

After 15 years of experience as a cardiac anesthesiologist, Dr. Sara Herman had her own encounter with mental health problems during treatment for breast cancer, following which she began to investigate the emerging new field of psychedelic healing. After studying with some of the country’s leading authorities, Dr. Sara founded Soft Reboot Wellness to introduce the technique to the San Francisco Bay Area.

“I’ve seen Dr. Sara at Soft Reboot Wellness for ketamine treatments,” one client recently stated. “Dr. Sara is the best doctor I’ve ever seen, and the sessions are a blessing. For me, it’s like a mental and emotional reset, with a different perspective of the things, situations, and questions in my life.”

Interested parties can find more information by reading this clinic’s post.

Soft Reboot Wellness

825 Oak Grove Ave
# A101

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