In honor of National Suicide Prevention Month, we are offering 10% off a new patient standard series or a transfer patient’s first booster in September! Our new patient standard series helps the brain to forge new neural pathways, often providing symptom relief within three weeks. Treatment is available at our Bellevue, Seattle and Tacoma clinic locations. To learn more and get started, please contact our Intake Team at 206-309-2299. We look forward to speaking with you soon!
What is Ketamine?
Research has proven that ketamine re-establishes and strengthens neural connections via dendrites—microscopic, spine-like structures that send and receive information.
How Can Ketamine Help You?
How Can Ketamine Help You?
At lower doses, it helps guide you beyond the superficial layers of your everyday mind and heal unhealthy neural pathways. It enables you to achieve the clarity you want to live the life you deserve. Our nurses and therapists guide you along this journey. We are with you every step along the way.
Its healing power activates within just hours, providing a quick and effective way to reconsider your life choices and reorient your direction.
What People Think
Conditions We Treat
Ketamine is a proven, reliable, and powerful support to people suffering from depression, anxiety, PTSD, or neuropathic pain.
Whether you’re seeking to remove suffering when other medications haven’t worked, or you simply want a breakthrough treatment that will remove the blocks preventing you from living your best life, ketamine can work for you.
If current treatments aren’t providing the level of symptom relief you are seeking, ketamine may be the breakthrough that helps optimize your current treatment and achieve the success you seek.
The Ketamine Experience
Ketamine experiences are unique and may induce or enhance feelings of creativity, purpose, perspective, serenity, insight, inspiration, gratitude, empathy, connection with others and the world, openness to new ideas, psychological rebirth, and traveling outside of one’s self, among others. You may also experience visual, auditory, and other sensory effects.
Occasional, more intense experiences arise. Our experienced team is by your side to guide and support you throughout all infusions.
Frequently Asked Questions
Why does ketamine treatment have to be intravenous?
The onset of this relief typically comes within hours or days of treatment (not weeks, as with other medications). Patients frequently describe improvements in their ability to feel and function more normally, even before other symptoms are resolved.
What are the benefits of ketamine?
The onset of this relief typically comes within hours or days of treatment (not weeks, as with other medications). Patients frequently describe increased normalcy in their ability to function even before other symptoms are resolved.
These effects typically last for several weeks, although some patients report experiencing complete relief of depressed symptoms for extended periods. Our programs include six infusions (for mood) or four infusions (for pain). Booster and maintenance infusions are on an individual schedule but typically involve a single infusion every 6-12 weeks.
What are the risks?
Research over a span of over 20 years has not shown any significant long-term side effects from repeated ketamine infusions, even from higher doses used in Complex Regional Pain Syndromes (CRPS).
What medical conditions would prevent me from qualifying for ketamine treatment?
Patients on a class of medication known as MAOIs should use caution or avoid ketamine. Due to a lack of research, we cannot offer treatment at this time for people with a history of psychosis.
Do you accept insurance?
See our Insurance page for more details.
Do I need to stop taking medications before beginning treatment?
Do I need a referral?
Get a referral from your doctor or mental health provider and complete our online health history
Or, schedule an appointment with our clinic for a wellness visit and assessment with our experienced nurse practitioners and find out if you are a candidate for intravenous ketamine