People living with various chronic mood and pain disorders can find relief from their symptoms at The Atlanta Center for Ketamine Therapy. The medical center provides ketamine infusion therapy services to help people regain control of their health and get their lives back.

Conditions they treat include chronic neuropathic pain, post-traumatic stress disorder, chronic depression, and generalized anxiety disorder.

The Atlanta Center for Ketamine Therapy is led by Dr. Andro Giorgadze, a board-certified psychiatrist.  He and his experienced team pride themselves on offering the best in comprehensive psychiatric services.

Dr. Girogadze is also involved with clinical research surrounding the use and efficacy of ketamine infusion therapy for the relief of mental illness and chronic pain symptoms.

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  • Antonio Cardentey
    May 18, 2023 at 2:48 am

    This has been the worst medical experience I have ever had. I have never dealt with such a rude, arrogant, and condescending “doctor” in my entire life. No follow-ups and no interest in close working with the client (No, it’s not patient anymore. I have gone through three sessions and these have been basically 1. pay, 2. take the ketamine, and 3. go). From the very initial interview, this person has made nasty comments about my experiences, such as having to “bribe” bureaucrats in Russia or asking if I go to Cuba by swimming. This is especially ridiculous coming from some who is an immigrant himself and coming from a “Trump-hole” country like mine, no matter how nice his Tesla is. If this isn’t enough to illustrate how careless, predatory this practice is, during my last session I vomited as a result of therapy, and his first comment was: “There is a bag you should have used. It was on the table.” I was like… I’m feeling bad and this “doctor” is only concerned about having to clean up after me puking over the floor? I had to sit down for a while before leaving and had to wait around 1 hour because it was raining and no rides showed up. He didn’t even bother to ask how I was — he just disappeared. Lack of basic compassion and respect, especially outrageous for making $350 an hour. I won’t ever come back. Don’t recommend this doctor. How can you trust your mental health to someone who simply violates the basic principles of psychotherapy? I’m moving to the Sandy Springs clinic.

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  • Michael
    July 17, 2022 at 4:07 am

    Hi Doc,

    I just wanted to let you know that my personal experiment with combining your treatment with stopping benzo and Suboxone treatment has had a lasting effect. After 15 years of being on both prescribed narcotic medications I am finally free of them and feel like I did before the dependence on them. I can’t say that your treatment was a deciding factor in this, but this is the only different variable I have tried when attempting to permanently stop this dependence so I have to believe it at least pushed me over the threshold. I know this treatment isn’t geared toward addiction recovery yet, but I really think it helped so thank you. The stigma prevents me from revealing who I am exactly, but I hope you remember who I am and maybe this can allow others attempting a similar path to use this as a tool to full recovery.

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