Luma Health & Wellness in Solana Beach, CA, is a top-notch clinic that offers innovative and effective ketamine treatment for a range of mood disorders, including depression, anxiety, and PTSD. Their team of experienced professionals provides compassionate care in a relaxing environment, ensuring that patients feel comfortable throughout their treatment.
Ketamine treatment has been proven to be a game-changer for those struggling with mood disorders, and Luma Health & Wellness is at the forefront of this innovative treatment option. With a personalized treatment plan tailored to each patient’s individual needs, their team works tirelessly to ensure that patients experience real, lasting relief from their symptoms.
If you or someone you know is struggling with a mood disorder, don’t hesitate to reach out to Luma Health & Wellness. Their compassionate care and innovative treatment options can make all the difference in improving your mental health and overall wellbeing.
Dr. Troy Kurz MD, MS is a board-certified psychiatrist, specializing in psychopharmacology for patients of all ages. He has a keen interest in and specializes in work with children and adolescents. He cares for a wide range of patients with mental disorders, including psychotic disorders, mood disorders, PTSD and personality disorders. Pertaining to pediatrics and adolescents – he concentrates on autism spectrum disorders, ADHD, LGBTQIA+ health, trauma, and mood disorders. Dr. Kurz’s expertise is broad, ranging from outpatient psychopharmacology and psychotherapy, to telepsychiatry. He is also certified in ketamine treatment through the Integrative Psychiatry Institute and provides in office ketamine treatment.
Dr. Kurz grew up in southern California and attended college in sunny San Diego. He received his medical degree from Creighton University and completed his general psychiatry training as well as child and adolescent psychiatry specialty training at the University of California Riverside.
Dr. Kurz brings a holistic and individualized approach to the diagnosing and treatment of patients. He applies up-to-date, evidence-based treatments with focus on each patient’s unique life experiences.
Meet Meghan Adele McCann, MSN, RN, a passionate and dedicated Registered Nurse with a Master of Science in Nursing from the esteemed University of California, Los Angeles. Her unwavering commitment to mental health has led her to explore innovative treatment approaches, including ketamine and psychedelics, to provide the best possible care for her patients. Meghan firmly believes in tailoring holistic care plans that honor each individual’s unique journey and story, ensuring they receive personalized attention and support.
With a wealth of experience in assisting over 1000 ketamine journeys, Meghan’s expertise is invaluable in the realm of mental health. Currently pursuing a postgraduate degree as a Psychiatric Mental Health Nurse Practitioner (PMHNP) at Purdue University, she continues to expand her knowledge and skills to better serve her patients.
Beyond her medical pursuits, Meghan’s diverse background includes studying Art History at the University of California, Irvine. Originally from San Diego and raised with two siblings, she has a rich appreciation for cultural diversity and enjoys engaging in medical missions and traveling.
When she’s not immersed in her professional endeavors, Meghan finds joy in playing competitive pickleball and spending quality time with her beloved Boston Terrier, Donnie Barko.
With Meghan by your side, you can rest assured that you’re in the care of a compassionate and well-rounded healthcare professional who prioritizes your well-being and mental health journey.
With a combination of innovative and evidence-based treatments, we cover a wide variety of mental health conditions.
Over the past couple of years, there have been increasing discussions about mental health and barriers faced when seeking mental healthcare services. In this episode, we are joined by Dr. Troy Kurz, a child and adolescent psychiatrist, to learn more about what mental healthcare looks like for minors and transitional youth, in addition to gaining insight on how we can support them as a physician and as another human being.