Individuals who suffer from OCD may exhibit signs of obsessions, compulsions, or both. Obsessions are uncontrollable ideas, desires, or mental images that contribute to distress. Typical symptoms include the following:

  • Apprehension about germs or pollution
  • Aggressive thoughts directed at others or against oneself
  • Having everything in perfect symmetry or order

Compulsions are automatic acts that an OCD sufferer feels compelled to perform in reaction to an obsessive thought.

Treatment at our clinic is done by medication, psychotherapy, or a combination of the two, to treat OCD. While the majority of people with OCD improve with treatment, some continue to endure symptoms. Occasionally, individuals with OCD also suffer from other mental illnesses, such as anxiety, sadness, and body dysmorphic disorder, a condition in which an individual incorrectly believes that a particular aspect of their body is odd. It is critical to consider these other illnesses when making treatment options.

panic attack

Panic attacks strike unexpectedly. There is no way to halt a panic attack once it has begun. Symptoms often peak within 10 minutes of the commencement of an incident. They vanish shortly afterward. Symptoms of a panic attack include the following:

  • Chest discomfort.
  • Chills.
  • A sense of choking or suffocation.
  • Breathing difficulties.
  • Anxiety over losing control.
  • Suffering from a sense of impending death.

Panic attacks are treated here at Heritage healthcare clinic under the guidance of our lead provider, NP Julie M Valdes. Her way of dealing with these issues differs according to each of the cases.

Eating Disorders

Eating disorders are significant conditions associated with compulsive eating practices that have a detrimental effect on your health, emotions, and capacity to perform in critical areas of life. Anorexia nervosa, bulimia nervosa, and binge-eating disorders are the most prevalent eating disorders. It might be challenging to manage or overcome an eating disorder on your own. Eating disorders have the potential to take over your life completely. You can contact us if you are experiencing any of these symptoms or believe you may have an eating disorder.


Depression is a type of mood illness characterized by chronic sorrow and loss of interest. It is distinct from the mood swings that people encounter daily. We have hundreds of depressed people treated here, and in case you feel depressed, contact us.

Bipolar Disorder

An individual may be diagnosed with one of three distinct forms of bipolar disorder. Symptoms vary continuously, and the distinction between the various categories is not always evident. But no need to worry, you can contact our skillful doctor, and we will help you deal with such issues.

Ketamine infusion therapy

Ketamine is regulated by blood vessels (IV). The duration and duration of treatment may vary from patient to patient, but most often last for one to four hours and occur in a clinical office setting. While Ketamine can be given by other means, such as oral, intranasally (nasal), or intramuscular (intramuscular injection), studies have shown that intravenous administration is the most effective treatment. The dose can be delivered and monitored accurately and obtained (changed) accordingly at all times by IV.

NAD+ therapy

NAD+ therapy involves infusing a high dose of the compound straight into your bloodstream. You get the benefits of NAD more quickly than you might with other delivery systems, such as the oral route, so you experience a faster, more effective treatment outcome. NAD+ therapy optimizes your own cells’ NAD levels so they rev up and provide you with more immediate energy.

NAD+ therapy can also fight the physical effects of aging, reduce depression and anxiety, combat chronic fatigue, and sleep disturbances, and help relieve you of autoimmune and inflammatory diseases.