Pain Management in Kingwood

Effective Relief for Chronic Pain

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Reboot Your Health With Pain Management in Kingwood

Discover the effectiveness of ketamine infusions for chronic pain, complex regional pain syndrome, migraines, and fibromyalgia.

Modern medicine still doesn’t fully understand chronic pain. Traditional medication treatments include antidepressants, anti-epileptics, and opioids—often based on a trial-and-error approach. In the end, only 30% to 40% of patients experience adequate to good pain relief from these methods.

Conversely, dozens of clinical trials have shown IV ketamine is effective for treatment-resistant chronic pain syndromes, particularly for different forms of neuropathic pain, such as fibromyalgia and complex regional pain syndrome (CRPS).

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Facts About Chronic Pain and Its Treatment

When it comes to neuropathic pain, such as fibromyalgia and complex regional pain syndrome (CRPS), research suggests it’s caused by overactive pain receptors and pathways.

Most treatment research has been focused on interrupting these receptors and pathways in the most effective ways possible. Unfortunately, mainstream medicine is very limited in treatment options for chronic pain, which usually includes accelerating doses of pills, injections and possibly surgery with sub-satisfactory results.

Different from opioid and non-opioid medications, ketamine targets a highly specialized receptor in the nervous system (the NMDA receptor). During ketamine infusion therapy, pain signal transmission through these receptors is interrupted. At the same time that ketamine blocks the receptors, it almost immediately helps overloaded and damaged pain centers “reboot” and repair. The result is that a series of low-dose ketamine infusions in awake patients can dramatically reduce pain much faster than traditional treatment options, without the possibility of becoming a statistic in the opioid addiction epidemic.

How it Works


    Every NueMind Ketamine & IV Wellness treatment starts with a 100% non-judgmental, free personal consultation with Dr. Ayesha McCoy. Dr. McCoy will guide you through all the steps of an informed decision-making process and map out a treatment plan that fits your needs and goals. She will discuss your concerns, what you’re going through right now, and your goals for treatment. She’ll also talk about your medical history, including previous therapies. When the best positive therapeutic course of action is determined, we can schedule your treatment sessions.


    When you come in for your pain management in Kingwood, first you’ll relax in a comfortable chair. An IV infusion port will be placed in your arm, and then the IV infusion will begin. You’re more than welcome to listen to music you enjoy during the infusion.

    There are multiple delivery methods for medical marijuana, including a liquid put under the tongue, or an edible that can come in several different dosages and flavors (most often as a “gummy”).


    During and after your initial course of ketamine treatments, results will be tested thoroughly through follow-up evaluations. Each patient is unique, and their personal results—and possible side effects—will be different. The results will determine the need for further ketamine IV sessions.

    All medical marijuana patients follow up with our expert providers every 2 weeks to1 month in order to assess the efficacy and look out for any side effects. While minimal side effects have been reported by patients, we know each person is different. Common, mild side effects include nausea, gastrointestinal issues and sleepiness. Our providers at NueMind are also always available to answer questions or address concerns of any of our patients.

    Benefits of Chronic Disease & Pain Management at NueMind


    Our proven and effective treatment modalities do not include the use of any opioids, eliminating the risk of possible opioid addiction.

    Proven Treatments

    Clinical research by leading institutions has shown a 70% or higher success rate using intravenous ketamine to treat certain pain disorders and major depression, bipolar depression, PTSD, and severe anxiety.

    Holistic Care

    You’re not a set of symptoms. You’re a human being deserving compassionate, comprehensive, and convenient holistic care. That’s what we do at NueMind.

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    We invite you to explore our treatments for your concerns—anytime, anywhere—with our online treatment planner tool. It’s absolutely free, and it can help you pinpoint issues and then have the information and tools you need to make informed decisions on how to deal with them.

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    About NueMind Ketamine & IV Wellness

    Dr. Ayesha McCoy established NueMind to provide ketamine therapy for the treatment of resistant disorders, including depression, anxiety, PTSD, and OCD. NueMind has developed a therapy process that ensures our patients are positioned to achieve the highest level of success.

    Our services also include wellness treatment, intimate health, aesthetic enhancement, hormone therapy, medical marijuana, and IV therapy. NueMind Ketamine & IV Wellness will help monitor all aspects of your health as you need, and will continue support after your treatments are complete. We’re here for you, and here with you.

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    Research Shows That Ketamine Works

    Studies at the National Institutes of Mental Health, Mayo Clinic, Mt. Sinai School of Medicine, and Yale have shown significant benefit with the use of low-dose ketamine infusions for depression. As a matter of actual fact, approximately 70–80% of patients respond to ketamine infusions.

    Ketamine is 1 of only 2 anesthetics listed by the World Health Organization (WHO) as an “essential drug,” which refers to drugs that satisfy the healthcare needs of the majority of the population. With that designation, WHO states that an essential drug should be available at all times in appropriate amounts and dosage forms at a price the community can afford.

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