The Genesis and Purpose of Revitalist
In the early months of 2018, an idea was born. The founders of Revitalist, moved by the profound benefits they witnessed from the fusion of medical and holistic therapies, made a crucial decision. They resolved to bring these transformative therapies to the forefront, providing a rejuvenated lease on life for the East Tennessee community they deeply cherished. While the physical manifestation of Revitalist clinic might have officially materialized in 2018, its vision had been nurturing in the mind of one of our founders, Katie Walker, since the outset of her journey.
Katie’s vision was not just to provide care but to create a nurturing environment that could advocate the consistency of care. She sought to build a center that promoted wellness in its entirety – an environment that could holistically attend to the physical, mental, and emotional needs of every individual walking through its doors. This vision transcended the concept of mere treatment, focusing instead on empowering individuals to walk the path toward enhanced quality of life and well-being.
Revitalist embodies this vision by offering comprehensive and compassionate care. Every component of our practice, from the therapies we provide to the empathetic professionals providing them, is carefully curated to enhance your wellness journey. We believe that every individual deserves not just treatment, but transformation. It’s not merely about managing symptoms; it’s about facilitating the radical change that leads to truly revitalized living.
Our mission at Revitalist is grounded in this understanding. We strive to provide a level of care that extends beyond the ordinary, ensuring our practice is an environment of genuine support and care. Each member of our team is dedicated to advocating your wellness journey, providing the necessary guidance, encouragement, and understanding at every step.
Over the years, this vision and mission have cemented Revitalist as a beacon of hope and transformation in our community. Our practice’s commitment to comprehensive, compassionate care has set a gold standard, one that guarantees you the supportive and caring transformation you rightfully deserve.
As we continue our work, our commitment remains unwavering: to empower you to reclaim control over your health and happiness. We are dedicated to making Revitalist a sanctuary where you can feel safe, understood, and, most importantly, hopeful about your future. As we move forward, we are driven by the opportunity to serve our community and enrich the lives of those we treat. Through our work, we hope to continue transforming lives, one individual at a time, contributing to a healthier, happier, and more hopeful world.
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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.