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The experienced team at Harmony – GRW Health helps those suffering from depression and other mood disorders by offering ketamine infusions and Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation (TMS). They take a community-centered approach to care because they understand just how important it is to help neighbors in need. To help patients overcome their ailments, the team works with them to create personalized and unique care plans.

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Harmony – GRW Health is home to highly skilled medical professionals that truly believe in the power of ketamine and TMS. Their compassionate nature stems from their understanding of complex health conditions and the debilitating symptoms that go along with them. They strive to ensure every patient is treated like family.

Being able to provide breakthrough ketamine and TMS gives them the ability to provide hope to members of their community.

Offered Treatments

  • IV Ketamine Infusion Therapy
  • Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation (TMS)

Treated Conditions

  • Depression
  • Anxiety
  • Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder
  • Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder

Differences Between Ketamine And TMS

Length Of Treatment

Ketamine: Patients typically have 6-10 infusions.
TMS: Patients usually sign up for 30-36 sessions.

The Length of Each Session

Ketamine: The session lasts around 60-75 minutes.
TMS: The session lasts 25 to 50 minutes.

How You Will Feel During The Treatment

Ketamine: At sub-anesthetic doses, this compound can cause a range of psychoactive effects, including dissociation, visual and auditory distortions, hallucinations, euphoria, confusion, and anxiety.
TMS: This treatment does not result in any psychoactive effects and during treatment, you are able to have a conversation and read as normal.


Ketamine: Insurance may cover a portion of your treatment (consult your provider beforehand) but not the entire infusion.
TMS: Insurance can cover your treatment.

Continuing Your Current Medications

Ketamine: Some psychiatric medications interact with ketamine, so this may affect whether you are able to stay on your medication as you undergo ketamine therapy.
TMS: Medications are safe to use in combination with TMS. Many patients continue to take their antidepressants when beginning TMS therapy.

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  • Sara F.
    November 13, 2021 at 4:58 am

    Do NOT attend this clinic. The doctor who started the clinic sold the practice to a management company and it has gone downhill. He sold out his patients and doesn’t care anymore what has happened to them or the practice. The management does not return phone calls or care about patient care. Find someplace else for mental health care.

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