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CIT Clinics Founder Story

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Hi, I’m Adam Tibble, MD, founder of CIT Clinics. 

Prior to starting CIT Clinics, I was a critical care Anesthesiologist  for the US Air Force, where we transported our most wounded soldiers on planes within Afghanistan, and onto Germany.  It was during this time that I first started using Ketamine consistently in my practice.  It was the spring of 2012, on a sandy, dusty evening in Afghanistan as I walked into a forward operating base to pick up a patient.  In that instance I used a Ketamine concoction for sedation. 

I vividly remember this post thoracotomy gun shot wound soldier recounting his relief at the pain control afforded him by Ketamine, but also an overwhelming sense of awe and calm. Despite his terrible wounds his fear and physical pain had given way to a kind of equanimity and groundedness. Ketamine was clearly providing him much more than simple anesthesia.  

Following my time in the military, in 2016, while an attending cardiac anesthesiologist, I took my burgeoning interest in battlefield Ketamine and started a clinic where I wanted to apply the lessons learned from treating my fellow soldiers in a war zone, to helping people of all walks of life find relief from conditions such as treatment resistant anxiety, depression, PTSD, suicidality and chronic physical pain. 

Since 2016, we have learned so much…...Now,  our experience, expertise and team has grown into what is CIT Clinics. Our unique Combination Infusion Therapy approach effectively treats conditions that many conventional therapies are unable to heal. 

Combination Infusion Therapy is an integrative approach where we treat our patients’ brain, body, and mind. We do this with the use of neurotherapies such as Ketamine as well as many other medicines such as IV NAD, IV Nutrients, IV Glutathione, Ketamine Assisted Psychotherapy, Intranasal migraine treatments, Mindfulness coaching and more. 

Whether you are a patient seeking pain relief, a clinician wanting to make a referral, or a therapist wanting to offer Ketamine Assisted Psychotherapy to your clients, CIT Clinics is here to support you. Please reach out to and let us know how we can help.

Sincerely,

Adam Tibble, MD

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