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We have completed over 2,000 infusions since opening our doors in 2017. All of our providers are Ketamine-certified. This means we have completed additional formalized Ketamine training. Also, your infusion is monitored by an RN or nurse practitioner. If you want a great experience with the most knowledgeable providers, contact us to get started.


Clinically-proven Depression treatment! The symptoms of Depression can place a massive burden on a patient and their family.
Ketamine infusions offer hope for a major reduction in your depression symptoms.
In the last 7-10 years, dozens of Ketamine research studies have shown promising results for the treatment of treatment resistant depression (TRD). Even in the most difficult-to-treat cases, Ketamine can be successful up to 80% of the time. Ketamine is currently the only fast-acting treatment proven to reduce the symptoms of even the most severe forms of depression.
Depression patients should plan on a series of six infusion over two to three weeks. Partial relief is generally noted between the 1st and 4th infusion. After the initial series, most people need a one-time monthly booster. Over time, most patients are able to extend the time between infusions.


First-time patients must book a Pre-Ketamine Consult prior to your first infusion.
This consult reviews your history and determines whether Ketamine is an appropriate treatment option.
Referrals are not required*, but you must be established with a mental health or primary care provider prior to starting treatment.

Postpartum Depression

Postpartum depression affects up to 15% of mothers. The negative effects on child development are well-established. Previously, the only two treatment options were psychotherapy and anti-depressants. Neither option was very effective and took weeks to take effect. Families were also faced with exposing the infant to anti-depressants through breastmilk. THANKFULLY, there is now a FAST-ACTING option.
Unlike conventional anti-depressants that take weeks to take effect, Ketamine infusions are RAPID ACTING. And since they work so fast, breastfeeding can continue between infusions. Zulresso (brexanolone) was approved to treat post-partum depression in 2019. This infusion is SIXTY HOURS (2.5 days)! The infusion causes excessive sedation and the mother must be continuously monitored throughout… which likely means re-admission into a hospital. During this time, someone else has to care for the infant. Breastfeeding and bonding are significantly interrupted. The total estimated cost is $38,750.
Ketamine infusions are around $395 per infusion and most people obtain relief around the 4th infusion. Mom is only away from her baby for two hours at a time. And Ketamine is actually the preferred procedure drug for pediatrics… so it has been safely used in thousands of children. This means Mom can continue breastfeeding.

Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD)

PTSD is a chronic and often disabling condition. Initial research has shown that glutamate plays a major role in the stress response. Ketamine acts as inhibitor of glutamate. Research has been published which indicates even a single Ketamine infusion administered for the treatment of PTSD can rapidly and effectively reduce symptoms. Literature has shown that a single 45-minute Ketamine Infusion can produce rapid reductions in PTSD symptoms as measured by the Clinician-Administered PTSD Scale. It is recommended to plan on a series of 6 infusions over two to three weeks for extended effects. Unlike depression, PTSD symptoms seem to improve after the initial series. Most of our PTSD patients rarely need a booster, but if they do a one-time infusion every 4-6six months is effective.

Chronic Pain

Ketamine is most effective with neuropathic pain like Complex Regional Pain Syndrome, post-herpetic neuralgia (shingles) and phantom limb pain. We often hear that it is “life-saving.” It has also shown promise with non-neuropathic pain conditions like fibromyalgia. Chronic pain is a complex condition. Therefore, we require a referral from your pain management team or CRPS specialist. If you are transferring here from another area, we will accept records from your other ketamine and pain clinic until you can establish with a local pain management clinic. We do know that Dr Romanik and Dr Pupiales are area pain specialists that are familiar with the benefits of Ketamine and will refer their patients for Ketamine infusions when medically appropriate based on their professional judgment.

If Ketamine treatment for Chronic Pain interests you and you aren’t sure if your provider is on board, email us at info@infusionclinicabq.com or call 505-445-4300. We will be happy to email you the Consensus Guidelines for you to give to your doctor. A referral is not required for depression, PTSD, etc. but it is required for a pain infusion.


Most of the time, patients with anxiety disorders are treated with an antidepressant and/or benzodiazepine. Unfortunately, 30-40% will not achieve remission with conventional treatments. Also benzodiazepines cause drowsiness and are physically addictive, making them poor options for routine use. For the non-responder, there are currently no good options except for possibly Ketamine. Evidence for the use of Ketamine is accumulating for an array of anxiety disorders, including general anxiety disorder (GAD) and social anxiety disorder (SAD). we require a referral from your pain management team or CRPS specialist. If you are transferring here from another area, we will accept records from your other ketamine and pain clinic until you can establish with a local pain management clinic. We do know that Dr Romanik and Dr Pupiales are area pain specialists that are familiar with the benefits of Ketamine and will refer their patients for Ketamine infusions when medically appropriate based on their professional judgment.

NEW PATIENTS! First time patients must book a PRE-KETAMINE CONSULT with one of our nurse practitioners prior to
their first infusion.


Migraines can be debilitating. There are great oral and home-use treatments, but what happens when those don’t work? We offer multiple fast acting acute migraine treatment options. These treatments include IV Ketamine infusions, Sphenopalantine Ganglion (SPG) Blocks, Toradol injections and IV micro-nutrient therapy (Magnesium and B-vitamin infusions). Depending on what you have tried in the past and what works, will determine the best treatment course. Our typical order of treatments are magnesium infusion, Toradol shot, SPG block then a ketamine infusion. If a treatment is effective we stop there and repeat that treatment for future migraines and only progress if needed.
Sphenopalantine Ganglion (SPG) Blocks are a novel way to treat acute migraines. The treatment involves using a special device with a thin flexible catheter to spray lidocaine onto the SPG (in the back of the back of the nose).
Call 505-445-4300 or click below to book an appointment online!

Ketamine-Assisted Psychotherapy

The phenomenal therapeutic effects of Ketamine combined with ketamine assisted psychotherapy, yield even greater results. Studies of Ketamine specific assisted psychotherapy is limited. However, results with other compounds like MDMA, LSD and psilocybin have been very promising. The most exciting study available is Mithoefer’s 2013 landmark follow-up study that suggests that the benefits of assisted psychotherapy can last for years after the initial course.
Just schedule your infusion and ask for Ketamine Assisted Psychotherapy. The additional charge is $150. If you want to have a session with our therapist beforehand, we can get you connected.
She charges $100 per session. You can also bring your own therapist to any session. The only additional fee is the cost of the private room which is $49.

Private Infusion

For an additional fee of $49*, patients can relax and infuse in their own private room.
This room is equipped with white noise, aromatherapy, and comfortable recliners with room for guests.
Currently, we only have one private infusion room so booking is based upon availability. To schedule simply call the office. *all fees are subject to change

What to Expect

Ketamine infusions should be a part of a comprehensive treatment plan. For all patients, your overall mental health care must be directed by a primary care or mental health provider. We have found that many providers are not familiar with the amazing benefits of ketamine therapy or actively resist it. Therefore, a referral is not always required.
However, we do require that all patients schedule a history and physical exam with our Certified Nurse Practitioner prior to your first Ketamine Infusion. This exam determines if you are a candidate for ketamine and assesses if you have any health conditions that make Ketamine unsafe. These conditions include, uncontrolled hypertension, increased intracranial pressure, heart failure, and allergy to Ketamine.
We are happy to meet with you to answer your questions about whether ketamine is a good fit for you. Just schedule a free consult. We do require a $20 deposit to hold your appointment. This money can be applied to your next visit or will be refunded if you decide to not pursue treatments.

Monitor Your Mood

The Injection and Infusion Clinic of ABQ uses MoodMonitor, as part of our commitment to superior care!
By using this top-notch HIPPA compliant technology, we are able to clearly track patient progress, before, during and after treatment.
With the option of daily mood reporting, you are able to communicate your mood directly with us.
Self-tracking helps you become more mindful of your mood, allowing you to seek help before you fully relapse.
You can see your mood chart at any time, and if you see it start to dip, you can schedule a booster.


At the Injection and Infusion Clinic of ABQ we know how important it is to receive this life changing treatment, thus we are now able to offer our patients two financing options through Advance Care Card and United Medical Credit. We are proud to provide our patients with a new 14 months 0% interest financing option.
If you would like more information on financing for your ketamine infusion therapy or would like to apply for credit, please click on the images below. The credit application takes less than 5 minutes to complete and you will receive an immediate answer in most cases. and allergy to Ketamine.
We suggest new patients request a loan amount for approximately $3,200 for 40-minute infusions and $5,000 for 4-hour infusions.
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