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Ketamine IV Infusion

The process of a ketamine IV infusion can be a precise one. It typically involves multiple steps, such as an initial evaluation, preparation for the infusion, the infusion itself, a post-infusion phase, and the possibility for subsequent infusions.

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Ketamine IV Infusion

Are You a Good Candidate for Ketamine IV Infusions?

In recent years, Ketamine IV Infusion treatments have gained much attention as a potential solution for individuals struggling with mental health. A thorough medical history examination will determine if ketamine IV infusions can help with:

  • Depression
  • Chronic pain conditions
  • Anxiety

Benefits of Ketamine IV Infusion

When administered by certified medical professionals, these treatments can offer a wide range of benefits, including significant relief from chronic pain, treatment-resistant depression, anxiety, and PTSD. Ketamine infusions work by blocking NMDA receptors, which are responsible for chronic pain and depression. Unlike traditional antidepressants, Ketamine infusions don’t require weeks to start working, and the effects can last up to six months. Additionally, the treatment doesn’t come with unpleasant side effects commonly found with other medications.

Initial Evaluation

Before starting your infusion, extensive consultation with a provider is taken to review relevant general health, medication, and mental health history. Depending on medical history, additional tests such as blood work or EKG may be needed before infusion.

Preparation for Infusion

To prepare for the infusion, the nurse will also evaluate the patient and make sure the patient is in the optimal “headspace” before beginning. We clarify goals and expectations and explain the process. An IV line is started, Oxygen is administered via Nasal Cannula, and appropriate medical monitors are placed on the patient.

The Infusion

The lights are dimmed serenely, and the nurse begins the infusion. The infusion is titrated to the appropriate level where the patient is still conscious but may have a disassociated or “floating” feeling. The nurse continuously observes the patient’s vital signs as well as the level of comfort. After approximately one hour, the infusion is complete, and the nurse continues to stay with and observe the patient as the direct effects subside.

Post Infusion

After the infusion is complete and the patient is fully awake, they are released to the custody of someone to drive them home. The patient is encouraged to attempt positive associations and remain in a positive environment to maximize the treatment effects – “neuroplasticity.”

Repeat Infusion

The infusions are usually performed in series to maximize the gains and positive effects from the process continually.


Please note that Ketamine infusion is a great but serious medical therapy. For this reason, one of our providers must take a thorough medical history and assess eligibility.

Pricing and Details

For those seeking an alternative to traditional treatments and medications, a Ketamine IV Infusion may be the solution. Most importantly, this special treatment is affordable – with infusions available for just $750-$1000 each.

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