CRPS/RSD · Ketamine

Ketamine Booster Video Blog for CRPS

Ketamine Booster for CRPS


As Always, Much Metta,


3 thoughts on “Ketamine Booster Video Blog for CRPS

  1. Thank you so much for sharing this!! I have been dealing with RSD for about 2 1/2 years now, had spinal injections, PT, acupuncture, a spinal stimulator inserted, only to be removed about 8 months later, medications, different doctors, and am now considering ketamine before giving in to have all my nerves killed off in my foot. I have it in my ankle, and your video and formation has given me such relief and comfort to know someone else who is dealing with it. Thank you for your big and for the information. I would love to hear back from you…….my email is I just signed up to this site so I could comment on your post, and I am so new to the site I have no idea how it works or how I will get notifications, so email might be best until I get the hang f this.

    Thanks again – love and light and healing prayers being sent your way!



    1. Hi Christine, Sorry to hear you are also dealing with high pain. Thanks for visiting my blog. Typically I write but on ketamine things are a bit swirly for me make sense through writing šŸ™‚ If you hover over the email link under the about me, you can directly email me as well. You can also follow my blog, fb, instagram and twitter social media outlets by clicking on those icons šŸ™‚ Take care and hope you are having a low pain day!


  2. Kelly,
    I first became familiar with you on neuro talk and then began to read your blog. I love your writing, it is inspiring, sometimes bringing me to tears. Thank you.

    I too have had ketamine infusions (3 days) and a booster following. The relief was, as the research shows, temporary. It sounds as though you are having the 5 day, inpatient infusion that shows to have the most lasting results. I am very interested in knowing where you had the infusion and if you were able to get insurance to help with the cost. If you are not comfortable sharing this information I understand, but I thought I’d ask.

    I hope your pain free hour continues to multiply. Wishing you all the best.



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