Conditions They Treat:

  • Unipolar Depression
  • Bipolar Depression
  • Severe Anxiety
  • Complex Regional Pain Syndrome (CRPS)
  • Fibromyalgia
  • Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder (OCD)
  • Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD)
  • Additional Pain Syndromes

HealingMaps Says: Alleviant Health Centers Little Rock is a network of full-service mental health clinics, and Little Rock, Arkansas is home to the flagship location. It was founded in 2017 with the goal of helping people suffering from mood disorders and chronic pain using holistic treatments, including ketamine therapy. They also offer TMS therapy, which can be covered by some insurance plans. Brian Mears, CRNA, and Michael Reding, MD, were behind the clinic’s opening, and today, Alleviant Health Centers of Little Rock employes a multitude of health professionals, from patient support specialists to paramedics.

Patient/Testimonial: “I had the most wonderful experience with Michelle H. and team at Alleviant. Their compassionate and attentive care truly made a difference for me. Michelle took the time to listen to my concerns and provided me with valuable support and guidance. I felt heard, understood, and supported during my appointments. I highly recommend Michelle and Alleviant to anyone seeking professional, knowledgeable and empathetic health care.” — Rebekah, Google Reviews.

Do They Offer Ketamine-Assisted Psychotherapy? No.

Are Female Practitioners Available? Yes.

Cost: N/A – contact for pricing information. But here is a general guide on ketamine infusion pricing.

Do They Accept Insurance? Yes. Insurance accepted from the following providers:

What types of ketamine services do Alleviant Health Centers Little Rock offer?

  • The prescription and administration of both nasal and IV ketamine
  • The difference: how quickly and effective the treatment works. According to Alleviant, when administered through an IV, ketamine’s bioavailability is 100 percent versus nasal administration’s 45 percent.

What to Expect at Alleviant Health Centers Little Rock

You’ll first fill out a form on Alleviant’s website, and within 24-48 hours, an intake coordinator will reach out to book an appointment.

At the clinic—which is designed similarly to a spa—you’ll relax in a comfortable chair in a dedicated room while a staff member administers controlled sub-anesthetic doses of ketamine through an IV. You’ll be under constant medical supervision throughout the infusions, most of which last around an hour.

Some patients may require maintenance infusions. According to Alleviant, the national standard for treating mood disorders with ketamine infusions is for patients to complete six (6) to ten (10) infusions over the course of several weeks.

Furthermore, with pain conditions, treatment recommendations vary per diagnosis and the severity of the problem, but many patients find immediate relief during their first infusion.

Despite what you may have heard, the drug ketamine is legal. According to the DEA, it is classified as a Schedule III drug. This puts it in the same category as Tylenol and codeine. You may think of this as just a party drug that was popular during the raves of the 1990s. But the truth is, there is a great deal of research that shows it to be an effective treatment. Of course this should only be administered by a professional in a safe and secure setting.

Additional services available: SPRAVATO®, comprehensive psychiatry, medication management, transcranial magnetic stimulation (TMS), GeneSight Testing, telebehavioral health.

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