Mental Health Conditions

Nearly 1 in 5 adults in America experience mental illness each year, and of that, 15 million Americans suffer from depression. Thirty percent (30%) of people with depression are diagnosed with treatment-resistant depression meaning they have tried multiple medications and treatments they have failed to respond to. IV ketamine has proven to be extremely effective for these patients. Our well-trained physicians and support staff provide the highest level of care and comfort needed to help our patients achieve the best possible outcomes.

IV Ketamine infusion therapy can provide immediate relief, or rapid response from symptoms for many mental health conditions. Many patients can stop taking daily medications and manage with an IV infusion maintenance plan allowing them to function and experience a better quality of life.

Most importantly, all patients need to be referred by a mental health provider with an ongoing treatment plan in place. Some of the more common Mental Health Conditions treated with IV Ketamine include:

  • Treatment-Resistant Depression
  • Major Depressive Disorder (MDD) (Clinical Depression)
  • Bi-Polar Disorder (BPD)
  • Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder (OCD)
  • Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD)
  • Extreme Anxiety
  • Postpartum Depression
  • Drug Addiction

Mental Health Treatment Protocol

Our mental health treatment plan consists of 2 – 3 infusions over a two to three-week period. Infusions last between 1 and 1.5 hours, with a 20 – 30-minute recovery period. Some conditions may require a more frequent treatment option. Clinical trials have shown an 80% – 85% success rate and many patients experience a rapid response to IV ketamine infusions feeling an immediate change in mood after one or two infusions.

Mental Health patients will need a letter or referral from their treating mental health provider and must continue ongoing mental health treatment to engage in IV Ketamine Therapy.

Booster infusions are typically done when you feel a change in your mood and after you have discussed this with your mental health provider. Many patients are stable or symptom-free for many months.

The fee for each infusion is an out-of-pocket expense and not covered by insurance.