Consecutive Dual Sympathetic Block and Ketamine IV Therapy

It's time to Reboot.

Over 40 million adults in the U.S. live with an anxiety disorder, making life feel like a constant barrage of nervousness, shortness of breath, and fear.
Daily stress can creep up on all of us, and sometimes we need to take a minute to reset.
We designed our BioReboot program as a new tool for your mental and emotional health kit. Like going to the doctor a few times a year or taking a meditation class, this program gives you a chance to check in on yourself.
One session quickly melts away any extra stress you’ve been carrying on your back, giving you a chance to find your balance again.
Reboot Flow
Over the course of two consecutive treatments, the BioReboot resets your nervous system and opens your mind to new perspectives.
1. Dual Sympathetic Blocks – A temporary anesthetic that resets the heightened fight-or-flight state. It is also known as Stellate Ganglion Blocks (SGB).
2. Ketamine IV Therapy – A low-dose infusion that elevates mood, stimulates the brain’s neuroplasticity, and unlocks profound perspectives.

The Benefits of a full Reboot

The successive administration of both treatments increases the potency of your relaxation. Here’s how: the Dual Sympathetic Block, or Stellate Ganglion Block (SGB), first resets your sympathetic nervous system, giving your body a chance to calm down and rest after experiencing prolonged stress in a heightened fight-or-flight state.
With an agitated sympathetic nervous system no longer standing in your way, you can fully relax into a profound ketamine IV experience. Environment influences the ketamine journey, which means a calm, tranquil body can induce a more euphoric experience.
By the end of your BioReboot, both your mind and body will feel unburdened by stress.
woman receiving a BioReboot

Is it time for you to take a breather?

Common Questions

Following the DSB part of the treatment, you may temporarily experience some eye drooping and redness, congestion, and extra warmth in your face and arm. Don’t worry–these effects are normal and typically within 6-8 hours, but can linger for up to 24.

Serious side effects of a DSB are extremely rare at Hudson Mind. Our team uses two different imaging techniques to ensure accurate placement and will monitor you carefully throughout the whole treatment course.
There are a few things you may want to keep in mind before your BioReboot —especially the ketamine portion.
  • Have a favorite eye mask? Bring it! If not, we’ve got you covered (literally). Wearing an eye mask will block out light and help you focus on your journey.
  • Try not to eat or drink for four hours before your journey, as an empty stomach will reduce nausea.
  • Wear comfortable, loose-fitting clothes so that you feel as relaxed as possible. Non-restrictive clothing will also help with IV accessibility.
  • Avoid violent media. Watching TV shows and movies with excessive amounts of violence can have a negative impact on your ketamine experience
  • Avoid alcohol, marijuana, and other mind-altering substances or stimulants as they can influence your experience.
If this is your first time receiving a ketamine IV, we recommend bringing along a friend as some patients feel a bit light-headed and nauseous following treatment.
Your entire BioReboot should take around two hours, but it could last up to three. Some patients ask for a bit more time between the successive treatments and our team will never rush you.
You don’t need a referral to schedule a BioReboot. But our team will need to conduct an evaluation with our medical team to ensure that you do not have any past or present medical conditions that may be exacerbated by one or more of the treatments within the BioReboot program.

Schedule your BioReboot today.