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Scenic City Neurotherapy

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7405 Shallowford Road, Suite 240, Chattanooga, Tennessee 37421 
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General Information

Scenic City Neurotherapy is a locally owned clinic in Chattanooga, TN that specializes in Ketamine Infusion Therapy and Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation to treat mood disorders and chronic pain. Since 2019, our mission has been to offer better treatments for those struggling with treatment-resistant illnesses through brain optimization therapies. 

We utilize best-practice methods developed by foremost experts in the field of psychiatry and anesthesia at Yale, Stanford, and Johns Hopkins to stimulate neurogenesis (regenerations of brain cells known as neurons) which can return the brain to an optimal state. In this state, our patients can experience relief from depressive symptoms and chronic pain to gain a better quality of life. Ketamine Infusion Therapy and TMS report the highest rate of relief from depressive symptoms available in interventional psychiatry without the long-lasting side effects of conventional antidepressant therapies. 

At Scenic City Neurotherapy, we begin with a no-cost consultation to determine if our treatment is right for you. Our knowledgeable providers will get to know you, discuss the neuro-regenerative therapy options available and spend the necessary time to make sure that all of your questions are answered.

Let us provide you a better way. Visit our website or call our clinic to schedule a no-cost consultation.

Therapies that stimulate neuronal regrowth and are used to treat many different types of mood disorders and neuropathic chronic pain disorders. These treatments include Ketamine Infusion Therapy & Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation (TMS).
Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation (TMS) is a neuroregenerative therapy that, like Ketamine Infusion Therapy, stimulates neuronal regrowth and optimization. Rather than an IV medication as a catalyst, TMS uses electromagnetic stimulation, or a penetrating static electricity that elicits this neuroregenerative response.
There is a misconception that TMS is somehow related to ECT. This is not true. With TMS, you can drive yourself then leave and go about your day. It is completely outpatient, as is everything at our clinic, and there is no need for hospitalization.
Some people are concerned with the misinformation out there that TMS is related to ECT and that there are negative side effects like memory loss. This is not true. The most common side effect we see with TMS is a mild-headache which resolves very quickly. Another potential side effect that we have not experienced at our clinic is some scalp irritation.
A couple of different reasons. The machine we use is a MagStim, meaning we are able to use a specialized, computerized targeting system to guarantee perfect mapping at every single treatment. There is no cap, no drawing on your head, none of these things. This is a very technical and specialized type of device that is used in minimally invasive spine surgeries. We use that same technology to ensure your mapping is perfect every single time. We are also able to incorporate Ketamine Infusion Therapy into the patient’s TMS treatment process to optimize the global connectivity effects.
OPENING HOURS
monday   8AM-7PM
tuesday   8AM-7PM
wednesday   8AM-7PM
thursday   8AM-7PM
friday   8AM-7PM
sunday   8AM-7PM
Treatments
Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation
Ketamine Infusion
Accepted Insurances
TriCare
BlueCrossBlueShield
Cigna
Optum
United
Manufacturers Used
Magstim

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Charles Miller

Charles Miller is a native of Chattanooga. He studied anesthesia in Nashville, TN through the MTSA program. His time at Vanderbilt provided him with the necessary education and experience in the administration of ERAS protocols that are the foundations for our advancements in pain management. Charles pursued training and greater understanding of the use of Ketamine Infusion Therapy in the treatment of mood disorder and decided to bring these treatment options home to Chattanooga. He brought a best-practice, methods-based approach to improving pain management and mental health.

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Jason Castro

Jason was born and raised in sunny Palm Bay, FL, but now considers himself a Tennessean after moving to Chattanooga in 2004. Jason graduated in 2009 from Southern Adventist University with a Bachelor of Science degree in Nursing. He spent four and a half years working as an R.N. at Memorial Hospital in the CVICU. In 2013, he obtained his master’s degree from the University of Tennessee in Chattanooga to become a Certified Registered Nurse Anesthetist. For the past eight years, Jason has worked full-time in hospitals in the Chattanooga metropolitan area and provided support at other Tennessee regional hospitals through anesthesia administration.

His bilingual (Spanish) communication skills and work with diverse populations set him apart. In his free time, Jason enjoys being with his family, improving his Jeep, caring for his plants, enjoying the outdoors, and organizing an impressive Lego collection.