Our Brief History

We opened our center in order to safely provide higher dose ketamine infusions to better treat depression, PTSD, and Anxiety. We also treat a variety of pain conditions including chronic regional pain syndrome (CRPS, previously called RSD), fibromyalgia, migraine headaches, neuropathic pain, amputation pain syndrome, and others.

Our Promise

Board-certified anesthesiologists are physically present and will prescribe the optimal dose and frequency to achieve maximal benefit from treatment.

Our ability to co-administer propofol along with ketamine makes the patient’s experience more pleasant.

We maximize the use of continuous physiologic monitoring on all patients all the time.

We employ only highly trained RN’s with experience and training in conscious sedation and the use of ketamine.

We prescribe an individualized Wellness plan to maximize the likelihood of a positive response as well as improved function and quality of life on a long-term basis.

Patient Process

After consultation with an Anesthesiologist, most patients are scheduled to receive an initial series of 4-6 infusions over a 2 to 3 week period.

We evaluate patients after three infusions — if no benefit is being achieved, the treatments are usually discontinued (there are some exceptions). Patients with depression are monitored both by their subjective symptoms as well as objectively by using the QIDS (Quick Inventory of Depression Symptomatology) scale.

Although a few patients do not require additional infusions after the initial series, most patients find they need additional “maintenance” or “booster” infusions as time passes. Patients generally determine the timing of additional infusions for themselves as judged by the return of their symptoms. Maintenance infusions are given over varying time periods ranging from once every 4 or 5 weeks to once every 6 months or more.

Psychotherapy offered in our KAP options is intended to complement the ketamine infusion therapy process and is not a supplement for a long-term psychotherapeutic relationship. We encourage all our patients to continue pre-existing counseling and psychiatric relationships and we seek to coordinate care with our patients’ therapists and psychiatrists.

Refer Your Patient

We provide two options to refer your patients.

Download the Physician Referral (PDF) then email, fax or give the completed referral to your patient to bring to us.

You can also refer your patient by completing the form.

Medical Literature

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Getting Started

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Health Professionals

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