Treat Your Depression
We are able to offer the most effective and innovative treatment for depression, particularly treatment-resistant depression. Building on two decades of research on how antidepressants actually work we have developed a strategic infusion system that has an 85% response rate in our patients.
We have developed a system using ketamine infusion that can drastically reduce the time it takes to conquer your depression.
We're Here For You
The road to recovery is not the same in every person but the first step is always to ask for help and support – How you feel when depressed is not the reality of your situation. What you need is to start step by step and have a strong system in place.
Take Your Life Back. The Time Is Now.Often family and friends cannot appreciate the depth of pain and suffering that depression can cause. “Pull yourself up by your bootstraps” or “Get over it” are familiar phrases. If it was that simple, then depression would not be such an intractable condition. Depression is found in every country of the world and in every socioeconomic class. No matter where you look, the rate of depression is about 5-7%. Talking to friends or formal psychotherapy can help, but only 30% of depressed people recover with this approach, underscoring that its more than just “a poor me” attitude.
Is the infusion process covered by insurance?
At this time the ketamine infusion process is not covered by insurance companies.
Where is the ketamine clinic located?
Currently we are located in Denver CO. (See map below)
We are working on getting more locations to better serve you.
How much does it cost?
We have packages starting at $895 for one infusion or we offer a discounted rate for multiple infusions.
How may infusions am I going to need?
This varies from person to person but we have seen dramatic results sometimes after only one infusion.
I'm coming from out of town. Are there accommodations nearby the clinic?
Do I need a referral from my doctor?
The effects of ketamine vary from individual to individual.
In general, patients feel relief of their symptoms for a few weeks. During this time, changes in their oral medications may provide ongoing relief. Alternatively, repeat infusions are often utilized in a maintenance program tailored to the individual patient’s symptom profile.