Chronic Pain Management in Fort Mill

When traditional chronic pain treatments have failed, Ketamine might be your answer.

We want you to know that there is pure medical science and research behind the Ketamine treatments being offered by Hydrate Medical®. Our clinic medical directors firmly believe in and support the patient research and clinical results that are being seen every week. Yes, results will vary for each patient.

Ketamine for Chronic Pain in Fort Mill

Chronic pain can be one of the most frustrating things to go through. In fact, more than 1 in 10 adults in America experience chronic pain and the reason for it is unknown. And with the high addiction rate of prescription painkillers, it can be a tough decision to begin the use of these drugs. If doctors, therapists and counselors are at a loss as to why you’re experiencing so much, ketamine might be the right solution for you.

Ketamine Doctors in Fort Mill SC

With over 30 years of combined emergency medicine experience, Jonathan A. Leake, M.D. and Keith Parris, ACNP-BC, owners of Hydrate Medical®, have treated many patients and witnessed the healing effects that ketamine can have in recovering from chronic pain.

Allow us to help you or a loved one suffering from chronic pain in our clinic located in Fort Mill, SC. You’ll be under the care and supervision of an emergency trained RN and one of our providers (NP or MD) trained in advanced management and experienced in Ketamine administration. Click here to learn more about our Ketamine infusion.

Chronic Pain

What is Ketamine?

Ketamine has been safely used for decades as a sedation for surgery. During the last decade, ketamine has shown to be a groundbreaking treatment for chronic pain. As the reason for its great success is not yet known, it’s thought to reset the brain restoring neurotransmitter function and improve mood and energy. Ketamine for chronic pain works fast and can be very effective.

The dose of ketamine we use in your personal IV infusion is small and will not cause you to go to sleep. Your weight, height and the severity of your chronic pain are taken into account as each infusion is customized just for you. Click here to learn more about ketamine and how it can help you.


  • 4-hour infusion over 5 days in a row
  • May do additional 1 4-hour infusion weeks after if needed
  • $1,000/day = $5,000 total

Referral and continued care from a psychiatrist or PCP are required for this treatment.

Further Questions or to Schedule Treatment:

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