Most patients report significant improvement by the third infusion, and more than 80% report remission by the fourth infusion. Some patients may notice improvement in mood and well-being after only one infusion. If patients want to make further progress before moving into maintenance, they may continue to receive infusions until they reach remission. Typically this is achieved by the sixth infusion. Once patients reach the maintenance phase of treatment, as a general rule, patients can expect to return for maintenance infusions once every 4 weeks for the first 12 months following the treatment's onset.
Will my insurance cover Ketamine Treatment?
Most insurance plans are accepted for Ketamine Infusion Therapy. Cash payments are also available at $485 per infusion, with discounts available as needed.
Is Ketamine Infusion Therapy dangerous or ineffective?
Ketamine Therapy is effective and safe, and our practitioners constantly monitor our patients' comfort. Ketamine Infusion Therapy is only dangerous and ineffective to those with uncontrolled blood pressure, unstable heart disease, untreated thyroid disease, active substance abuse, current manic phase of bipolar disorder, or psychotic (hallucinations or delusions) symptoms.