For Our Professional Referents
At Revitalist, our dedication to improving mental health is a fundamental aspect of who we are. We’ve had the privilege of positively transforming the lives of numerous individuals through our targeted treatments and therapies. These interventions are meticulously designed to enhance the quality of life for those grappling with mental health challenges.
Our commitment to improving mental health outcomes extends across a broad spectrum of professional entities. We value the trust placed in us by an array of professional referents, including esteemed organizations like the Veteran Administration, as well as various hospitals, psychiatrists, and therapists. Each relationship we foster signifies our shared dedication to advancing mental health care.
If you’re a medical professional or represent an organization that shares our fervor for better mental health, we cordially invite you to consider referring your patients to us. By doing so, you’ll be entrusting them to a team that deeply cares about their wellbeing and is committed to implementing effective treatment strategies.
To initiate this collaboration, please fill out the Professional Referents form available on our website. We assure you of our swift response and look forward to building a mutual partnership that works towards the shared goal of improving the mental health landscape. Together, we can make a significant difference in the lives of those we serve.
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Revitalist Offers a New Source of Relief
How Does Ketamine Work?
Ketamine has been shown to stimulate neuron growth in the brain in as quickly as one hour. Many scientists studying ketamine are focusing on the neurotransmitter glutamate, which plays an important role in neural activation.
Can My Doctor Refer Me To Revitalist?
The Revitalist Provider Portal allows your doctor to easily, and with much attention to privacy, refer you for consultation. Should you receive treatment, we will communicate with your existing provider(s) regarding your care.
How Soon Will My Symptoms Improve?
More than 70% of patients with treatment-resistant depression (including bipolar patients) experience rapid relief after a low-dose ketamine infusion. Similar success rates have been seen in returning combat veterans suffering from PTSD.