Ketamine Health Centers – Altamonte Springs, Florida Ketamine Clinics

616 East Altamonte Drive Suite 206, Altamonte Springs, Florida
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The Ketamine Health Centers’ Altamonte location offers treatment support for those suffering from psychiatric disorders such as depression. Using ketamine therapy, the clinic hopes to accelerate the healing process for individuals that have found no relief from traditional treatment forms.

Ketamine Health Centers in Altamonte combines scientifically proven relief of small-dose ketamine infusions with psychotherapy sessions. Patients can expect to feel a decrease in symptoms after the first treatment. Ketamine-assisted psychotherapy aims to address habitual thought processes that could hinder recovery for optimal healing and lasting results.

Psychedelics treatment continues to gain popularity. Research even suggests that ketamine therapy helps with PTSD, pain and other issues. With such progress and reports, more people are choosing these alternative healing methods.

The team at Ketamine Health Centers’ Altamonte location is led by Medical Director Dr. Raul Cruz and Medical Director of Psychiatry Dr. Juan Oms. They work alongside a staff of psychiatrists, licensed mental health counselors, patient care coordinators, and CRNAs.

Ketamine Health Centers also has locations in Coral Gables and West Palm Beach.

What types of ketamine services do they offer?

  • IV Ketamine Infusion Therapy
  • Spravato (Esketamine)
  • Ketamine Assisted Psychotherapy

What conditions does Ketamine Health Centers Altamonte Springs treat?

  • Major Depression
  • Bipolar Depression
  • Severe Anxiety
  • Suicidal Ideations
  • Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD)
  • Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder (OCD)
  • Fibromyalgia and Pain Syndromes
  • Autism

Important Info:

  • Any licensed mental health care professional or physician can provide a reference for treatment.
    • Note: Per Ketamine Health Centers, ketamine infusion therapy is not indicated for patients diagnosed with psychosis. If you have high blood pressure, cardiac, and/or pulmonary issues it may be necessary for your primary care physician to provide medical clearance before beginning your ketamine infusions.
  • Ketamine Health Centers sees patients as young as 13 years old. 
  • The clinic recommends patients continue working with their outpatient providers for medication management and/or psychotherapy. If you do not have a psychiatrist or therapist, Ketamine Health Centers can facilitate a referral.

What to Expect

Pre-Appointment

You’ll undergo an initial mental health screening using various questionnaires as well as a comprehensive assessment administered by a psychiatrist and a general medical assessment and pertinent physical exam administered by an anesthesiologist. As a precaution, a routine urine drug screen is also conducted to rule out those who are actively abusing illicit substances.

Once you’ve been cleared for treatment and your infusion sessions are booked, start planning. On the day of your session, you’ll need to avoid solid foods and/or milk for 6 hours prior to your ketamine infusion. You may drink clear liquids (i.e. water, fruit juices without pulp, carbonated beverages, clear tea, and black coffee) up until 2 hours before your infusion. Absolutely avoid alcohol or the use of any illicit drugs.

Intake Process

You will be taken into an exclusive infusion area. While a staff member prepares the IV, an anesthesiologist will conduct a pre-assessment and check your vital signs.

Intravenous (IV) Infusion Procedure

During the procedure, you will be laying in a comfortable lounge chair for the entire duration of the 45-minute infusion session. You will be attached to monitors and the anesthesia team will ensure that you are safe until the infusion is complete. After the procedure, you will stay in the recovery area for approximately 30 minutes for observation.

Every patient will be followed up psychiatrically after completing their infusion sessions.

Moving Forward

The effects of a single infusion typically last up to two weeks. After a series of six infusions, some people could remain symptom-free for several months. Ketamine Health Centers also offer the option of booster infusions which can be given monthly or a few times per year as needed.

Pricing

Ketamine Infusion Packages

  • Mental Health Infusions

    -Six Infusion Sessions

    -Two 30-Minute Therapy Sessions

    -History and Physical by Medical Team

    -One Ketamine Assisted Psychotherapy

    -Psychiatry Consult

    $ 4,000
  • Pain Infusions

    -Two 2-Hour Pain Infusion Sessions

    -History and Physical by Medical Team

    $ 2,000
  • Combination Pack

    *Treats both mental health conditions and pain*

    -Six 75-Minute Infusion Sessions

    -Two 30-Minute Therapy Sessions

    -History and Physical by Medical Team

    -One Ketamine Assisted Psychotherapy

    -Psychiatry Consult

    $ 5,500
  • Maintenance Pack

    *Treats mental health conditions*

    -7 Boosters During a 3 Month Timeframe

    -1 Booster a Week for the First Month

    -1 Booster Every 2 Weeks for the Second Month

    -1 Booster the Last Month

    $ 2,450

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