Ketamine in ABQ
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.
- Pre-Ketamine Workup Fee - $69
- Ketamine 4-Hour Infusion - $899
- Ketamine 40-Minute Infusion - $395
Note: We Provide a discount for prepaid packages. Military Discount also offered
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.
New Ketamine Patients
- 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.
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)
What to Expect
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.
If you would like more information on financing 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.
We suggest new patients request a loan amount for approximately $3,200 for 40-minute infusions and $5,000 for 4-hour infusions.