Ketamine Infusion Centers – Phoenix, Arizona Ketamine Clinics

3724 N. 3rd St., Suite #201 Phoenix, Arizona

Patients suffering from chronic pain or mood disorders that have resisted previous treatments can find relief at the Phoenix, AZ Ketamine Infusion Center location. Utilizing cutting-edge ketamine therapy treatments and “a state of the art EMR specifically designed for Ketamine Infusions,” the team of physicians at the Phoenix Ketamine Infusion Center offer individualized treatment plans for each client. Using the FDA-approved Spravato esketamine, the team at the Phoenix clinic seek to restore hope to patients, and their families, who are dealing with treatment-resistant conditions. Recognizing the financial challenges that face individual clients, the team at Phoenix Ketamine Infusion Center work to reap the most benefits from the each client’s insurance coverage. In a safe, calm environment, the Bakersfield clinic team facilitates life-changing treatments.

Ketamine infusion therapies at the Phoenix Ketamine Infusion Center predominantly use IV ketamine infusion treatments, as well as a nasal version of the medication for some conditions. Those suffering long-term stress and/or chronic pain will find that Ketamine repairs the damaged neural pathways that result from such conditions. Each treatment plan is tailored to the specific client, and the clinic is a welcoming and safe environment in which to explore the revelations provided by ketamine therapy. Certainly, Ketamine Infusion Therapy is only a part of a recovery plan, and helps to mitigate the effects of long-term stress and chronic pain.

Offered Treatments

– Ketamine infusion therapy

Treated Conditions

  • Depression
    • Treatment Resistant Depression
    • Suicidal Ideation
    • Bi-Polar Depression
  • Neuropathic Pain
    • Alcoholism
    • Amputation
    • Chemotherapy
    • CRPS (Complex Regional Pain Syndrome)
    • Diabetes
    • Facial Nerve Problems
    • Fibromyalgia
    • HIV/AIDS
    • Multiple myeloma
    • Multiple sclerosis
    • Nerve or spinal cord compression (herniated discs, arthritis)
    • Spine surgery
    • Thyroid Problems
  • SAD (Social Anxiety Disorder)
  • GAD (Generalized Anxiety Disorder)
  • OCD (Obsessive Compulsive Disorder)
  • PTSD (Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder)
  • Panic Disorder

Important Info

  • Prior to infusions, clients will undergo a thorough clinical assessment.
  • Low-dose ketamine therapy can cause minor side effects (e.g. dizziness, fatigue, increased heart rate).
  • Ketamine therapy is covered by some insurance providers. Check with your provider to determine your coverage.

Your treatment: What to Expect

Client and attending physician arrive together at a treatment plan. If the attending physician determines it is required, maintenance infusions follow initial infusions. This determination is made based on the severity and complexity of the treated condition.

The administration of IV fluids takes approximately an hour. Such factors as weight or medical history have an effect on the onset of effects from the ketamine infusion, and recovery afterward also takes approximately an hour. Expert Physicians closely monitor patients at all times.

Who is this treatment for?

For those who have exhausted traditional routes of treatment, psychological or physiological, Ketamine therapy offers an alternative to mainstream therapies. Ketamine Infusion Therapy has been effective with clients struggling with treatment-resistant depression, chronic pain, or any number of other chronic disorders. Ketamine therapy provides quick and positive results from safe and regulated use of ketamine. It is recommended for clients with major chronic mood and/or pain disorders. Combined with psychotherapy or other antidepressant medications, the ketamine infusions at the Phoenix Ketamine Infusion Center can bring relief to those suffering from difficult or untreatable conditions.

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  • Insurance

    Ketamine Infusion Centers will do everything possible to justify the coverage for your treatment. Currently, some insurance companies do cover the cost of ketamine infusions, while others are still evaluating the possibilities of coverage. Contacting your insurance company concerning benefits is always advisable prior to any medical procedure to verify and to avoid surprises.


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