Say Goodbye to Bad Feelings The Natural Way

Experience lasting relief from depression, anxiety, PTSD and chronic pain.


Say Goodbye to Bad Feelings The Natural Way

Experience lasting relief from depression, anxiety, PTSD and chronic pain.

5 Key Benefits

  • Immediate relief from symptoms of depression, anxiety, PTSD and chronic pain.
  • Virtually no short or long-term side effects.
  • Proven safe and effective.
  • High rate of success.
  • Can eliminate need for antidepressants.

What is Ketamine?

Ketamine is an FDA-approved medication that can improve treatment-resistant mental health disorders, PSTD and chronic pain more quickly and effectively than other medications.


Working With You Along The Way

Our team of experts will work closely with you to create an effective ketamine treatment program. In addition to infusions, you will meet with our in-house psychologist at least three times to ensure you get the most from your treatment and develop long-term healing.

The Process

Through physician-administered low-dose IV transfusions, ketamine releases growth factors that establish new connections and interrupt negative thought patterns in the brain.


First Consultation

Meet with our doctors for a comprehensive evaluation in which we determine if ketamine is right for you and customize a treatment plan.

Infusion Therapy

Receive up to six ketamine infusions lasting 40-90 minutes each. Under close supervision, safely administered by our doctors in our spa-like treatment rooms.

Psychotherapy 2


Before, during and after your course of treatment, you will meet with our psychologist to strengthen the effects of ketamine.

Follow Up

Your team will check in throughout treatment to answer questions, chart progress and make adjustments.

Maintenance Program

Upon completion of your treatment, we offer a ketamine nasal spray maintenance program as needed to sustain results.

What to expect

with Ketamine Therapy

How Does it Work?

Ketamine therapy is an innovative treatment used by physicians to help interrupt negative thought patterns in the brain. It works through low-dose IV transfusions that promote neuroplasticity and encourages growth, allowing new neural pathways to form – aiding patients on their path towards greater overall well-being.


Ketamine therapy has been primarily used for treating treatment-resistant depression (TRD). However, research suggests it may also be effective for other mental health conditions, such as anxiety, post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD), and bipolar disorder. Additionally, ketamine has been used to manage chronic pain conditions, including fibromyalgia and complex regional pain syndrome (CRPS).

Ketamine can be administered in various forms, including intravenous (IV) infusion, intramuscular (IM) injection, subcutaneous (SC) injection, oral, and nasal spray. The most common method in a clinical setting is IV infusions, as it allows for precise dosing and rapid onset of effects. However, the choice of administration may depend on the specific needs of the patient and the provider’s expertise.

The effects of ketamine therapy can vary between individuals. Some patients report significant improvements in mood and symptoms within hours of the first treatment, while others may take several sessions to notice changes. Generally, ketamine therapy involves a series of treatments (typically 4-6 sessions) over a two to three-week period. Long-term maintenance treatments may be needed to sustain the therapeutic effects.

Ketamine therapy has been found to be safe and effective for many patients, particularly those with treatment-resistant depression. However, it is essential to undergo therapy under the supervision of a qualified healthcare professional, as ketamine can have side effects, some of which may be serious, such as elevated blood pressure, disorientation, or dissociative experiences. It is also important to note that not all patients will respond to ketamine therapy, and the long-term effects and optimal treatment regimens are still under investigation.

It is crucial to consult with a healthcare professional before combining ketamine with other medications or treatments. Some drugs may interact with ketamine, increasing the risk of side effects or reducing the effectiveness of the therapy. For example, benzodiazepines, which are often prescribed for anxiety, may decrease the effectiveness of ketamine. Certain medications like monoamine oxidase inhibitors (MAOIs) may also cause potentially serious interactions. Your healthcare provider will review your current medicines and treatments to determine the safety of ketamine therapy in your specific case.

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