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Ketamine Greater Boston is home to some of the most highly-rated nurse anesthetists in Boston. Their expertise in intravenous administration allows cutting-edge ketamine therapy for those suffering from major depressive disorder.

The groundbreaking new treatment at the clinic is effective for treating both mood disorders and chronic pain. Nearly 75 percent of patients suffering from major depression saw improvement in symptoms following ketamine infusion therapy. Additionally, the clinic is one of the first in the Greater Boston area to offer ketamine treatment options.

When looking for the best ketamine therapy clinics, this center is a great option. The staff can address issues relating to side effects of medical psychedelics, as well as information regarding ketamine assistance virtually.

What types of ketamine services does Ketamine Greater Boston offer?

– Ketamine infusion therapy

What conditions does Ketamine Greater Boston treat?

  • Depression
    • Including severe depression and bipolar depression
  • Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder
  • Anxiety
  • Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder
  • Pain syndromes
  • Addiction

Important Info:

  • You do not need a referral from your primary care physician, but Ketamine Greater Boston does ask for a referral from a licensed mental health care professional.
  • Those receiving ketamine therapy should continue working with their outpatient psychiatrist or primary care physician, and are highly encouraged to either begin or continue speaking with a qualified therapist. Ketamine Greater Boston is happy to refer you to its network of trusted local therapists.

Your Treatment: What to Expect

Ketamine is administered intravenously very slowly over 40 minutes. The first 20 minutes of your infusion will have no noticeable effects. At around 20 minutes, you may notice blurred or double vision, a feeling of “lightness” or “floating,” and sometimes numbness in the toes or area around your mouth.

During the final 20 minutes of the infusion, these feelings tend to build; the medicine is at the peak of its intensity at the very end of your treatment. Other common feelings include euphoria, talkativeness, a feeling of being in a dream-like state, heightened senses, and a feeling that people often describe as “weird, odd, different, or interesting.” Less commonly, people may experience anxiety, headache, nausea, or sweating. These feelings will subside 10-15 minutes post-treatment.

Prior to your first treatment, Ketamine Greater Boston will ask you to rank various aspects of your depression. They will then ask you to rank those same aspects 24-hours after your infusion. This will help staff determine how effective the treatment was.

You will know whether ketamine infusions are right for you after only one or two treatments. If you are responding positively, experts recommend six infusions within the first two weeks. After that, you should schedule maintenance infusions to maintain your brain’s response. The total length of treatment depends on each individual’s unique circumstances.

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  • Single Ketamine Infusion
    $ 550.00


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