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People living with treatment-resistant depression can find relief from their symptoms at the Herro Medical Center in Phoenix, Arizona. The wellness center—an extension of Interventional Psychiatry—provides ketamine infusion therapy services to help people regain control of their health and get their lives back. By offering breakthrough treatments, people who have lost hope for healing can finally find relief.

The ketamine treatments provided at Herro Medical Center are done by anesthesiologist and medical director Dr. Ellison F. Herro. Dr. Herro prides himself on being open to cutting-edge treatments so that he and the team at the medical center can provide the best care possible to patients. Along with ketamine therapy at Herro Medical Center, Interventional Psychiatry provides other treatment options that can be used in conjunction with ketamine injections for further healing.

Offered Treatments

  • IV Ketamine Infusion Therapy

Treated Conditions

  • Treatment-Resistant Depression

Important Info

  • IV Ketamine therapy is available for people of all ages.
  • Consultations are free.

What to Expect

All patients must undergo a complete physical and mental health workup with Dr. Brian Espinoza. If ketamine is not an appropriate treatment for you, a list of reasonable options will be given to you to present to your personal physician for consideration. If Ketamine is indicated, and/or preferred by you, Dr. Espinoza will send in orders to Herro Medical Center.

You will receive two ketamine treatments spaced apart within 1 week. You will complete a 9 question depression checklist before treatment #1. Also before the first treatment, Dr. Herro will perform a pre-anesthetic exam, review your medical history, and answer any questions you may have.

During the infusion process, Dr. Herro will administer the IV ketamine, monitor the proper dosage, and remain on site. He and his staff will be able to access Dr. Espinoza if there are any questions about the psychiatric aspects of your care.

Approximately 24 hours after your second Ketamine treatment, you complete a follow-up depression checklist at home. Shortly after, Dr. Espinoza contacts you to see how you are feeling overall, and find out the results of your depression checklist. If you are feeling better, and the depression checklist numbers look positive, than you and Dr. Espinoza will design an IV Ketamine treatment schedule for you. Some patients may need followup treatments as little as every 2 to 4 weeks. If no improvement is noted, you go back to step one and review alternatives to IV ketamine.

Who is this treatment for?

Those who have not been helped by conventional treatment strategies have another option with ketamine treatments at Herro Medical Center. Research in the last 7-10 years has shown that ketamine infusions are effective for those suffering from treatment-resistant mental health conditions and chronic pain conditions. Either as an alternative to or a supplement to mainstream treatments, ketamine infusions offer an alternative path to healing for those who have lost hope.

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Ketamine Services

  • Initial Two (2) Ketamine Treatments

    *This price also includes an office consultation, the pre-anesthetic evaluation, and the follow-up phone consultation with the creation of a treatment plan or alternative recommendations.

    $ 800.00
  • Follow-Up Maintenance IV Ketamine Treatments
    $ 400.00


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  • Janet Calabrese
    June 27, 2023 at 5:16 am

    Am a recent Ketamine infusion patient. Began In March 28th, did 3 weeks of 2 infusions then 1 week off and a booster. On April 28th.. I believe I am ready for a booster. The clinic I went to is an hr away. You are right around the corner. I have all of my medical records showing dosing and treatment.
    I am interested doing boosters at your clinic if possible. I am in psychotherapy to help me integrate my experience,

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