CRPS Treatment in Green Bay

Ketamine Infusion Therapy

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Pain is a natural part of your body’s healing process after sustaining an injury. When the pain persists instead of dissipating, though, that’s when there’s a problem. Complex Regional Pain Syndrome (CRPS) can be a serious, debilitating health condition that greatly reduces your quality of life.

At avIVa Infusions, we offer CRPS treatment in Green Bay through ketamine IV therapy. With simple infusions, we can help relieve your symptoms of CRPS and get you back to living your life again. Ketamine is believed to connect to receptors in your brain and amplify the number of neurotransmitters, allowing your brain to restore nerve connections to relieve your pain symptoms.

The first step of the process is a complimentary consultation at our office!

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Treatment Details

Consultation Required?



< 1 day

Sessions Needed: 

4 +

Results Duration:


What it Treats

Unexplainable, prolonged pain in different areas of the body

Nerve Pain




Pain-related sleeping problems

Why Try CRPS Treatment in Green Bay?


Improved Quality of Life

Relieving CRPS improves your quality of life and overall well-being.

Personalized Infusions

Through a consultation, we will be able to customize your ketamine dosage based on your needs.

Immediate Relief

75% of our patients report relief after just 1 ketamine infusion!

What to Expect

The CRPS Treatment Process



Before diving into your CRPS treatment in Green Bay, we’ll first conduct a consultation. This is an opportunity for us to get to know you and vice versa! We’ll uncover your concerns, symptoms, and goals and expectations for treatment. You’re encouraged to ask us questions about the treatment and our practice. Once we determine you’re a candidate for treatment, we’ll book your appointment.


Neuropathic Pain Treatment

When you arrive for your ketamine infusion, we’ll show you to one of our infusion rooms and you’ll take a seat in a comfortable recliner. We’ll begin by taking vital signs and placing an IV in your arm or hand. Throughout your infusion, you are welcome to listen to music or listen to white noise.


Next Steps

Once your IV is removed, you can relax in the room until you’re ready to leave. Since the ketamine infusion will make you quite tired, we require you to have a ride home and refrain from driving for the rest of the day. Before you go, we can schedule any follow-up appointments needed!

Pre-Care Instructions

Prior to your CRPS Treatment in Green Bay, avIVa infusions recommends:

Refrain From Eating

Do not eat solid foods for 6 hours prior to treatment. You can drink liquids for up to 2 hours before.

Inform Us

Inform us of your mental health and physical health history and any medications you’re currently taking.

Post-Care Instructions

Following your CRPS Treatment in Green Bay, avIVa Infusions recommends:

No Driving

Do not drive for the rest of the day. We do not permit our patients to receive rides home from ride-sharing services, so a friend or family member must to drive you home after your treatment.


You’ll likely feel tired after CRPS treatment; give your body the rest it needs. If possible, ask a loved one to stay with you for the rest of the day to assist you.


Make sure you drink water after treatment to help your body process everything naturally.


Frequently Asked Questions

Is ketamine safe?
How soon will I feel pain relief?
How many infusions will I need?

You will need 4 or more sessions to treat neuropathic pain. We will schedule them either consecutively or every other day. During your consultation, we will build your customized treatment plan and discuss the number of treatment sessions needed. After you complete your series of treatments, we may recommend maintenance sessions.

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