Are you feeling frustrated by lack of success with prior treatment for depression, anxiety, PTSD, or chronic pain? Ketamine has been shown to be safe and effective in offering quick relief to mental health conditions as well as chronic pain.

Benefits of Ketamine

  • Faster, more effective, and longer lasting than conventional treatments, often with improvement during the first treatment.
  • Relieves a combination of mental health conditions at once with anxiety, depression, PTSD, and OCD..
  • Rapid effects in providing relief for patients suffering from suicidal ideation due to how fast Ketamine works.
  • Treats multiple pain conditions safely including fibromyalgia, phantom limb pain, Chronic Regional Pain Syndrome, migraines, and more.

What is Ketamine and How Does it Work?

  • Ketamine is a dissociative anesthetic medication that is now used to treat mental health conditions and chronic pain.
  • Structural changes occur in areas of the brain during stress and trauma such as the prefrontal cortex and the hippocampus. These areas regulate mood, behavior, personality development, and memory. Ketamine helps to increase synaptic growth in these areas leading to positive neural growth/healing.
  • Dissociation effects during ketamine therapy allows for neural growth and  is usually a pleasant or neutral experience which allows your brain to process emotions and feelings without feeling overwhelmed.
  • Ketamine therapy helps you to process difficult feelings or memories that are typically avoided, but can also provide euphoria giving sudden relief from emotional/physical pain and daily worries.

How Will Ketamine Make Me Feel?

Everyone can have different experiences or feelings during ketamine therapy, but some common feelings include:

  • Deep relaxation that starts within a few minutes after injection
  • Floating/Weightless/Dreaming sensation
  • Feeling happy or euphoric
  • Heightened senses
  • Revisit past memories/experiences safely

Is Ketamine Safe?

  • Ketamine is considered to be one of the safest anesthetics as it does not affect respirations or heart rate.
  • Monitored by trained medical staff during your visit

How to Prepare for Your Ketamine Treatment?

  • Keep your day of treatment relaxed and as stress-free as possible.
  • Come with comfortable loose fitting clothing
  • Bring your favorite music, stuffed animal, or comfort item
  • Make arrangements for getting home as you will not be able to drive.

Do not Take Ketamine Treatments if You Currently Have the Following Conditions:

  • Currently pregnant
  • Uncontrolled high blood pressure
  • Acute cardiovascular disease
  • Previous negative response to ketamine therapy
  • History of psychosis
  • History of increased intracranial pressure

Personalized for Each Patient

  • Dosing is individualized based on each patient
  • Comfortable room with massage chair, recliner, blankets, noise canceling headphones, and eye masks if needed

What to Expect After Treatment

  • Tired and a little tipsy for a few hours immediately after
  • Hopefulness and relief
  • Decreased stress/anxiety
  • Overall increased feeling of wellbeing
  • Increased socialness
  • Increased interest in activities

Next Steps

  • Schedule your free consultation
  • Initial in-person visit with provider and first treatment performed same day
  • Follow up treatments as recommended (Usually 6 treatments)
  • Live your life to the fullest!