Ketamine Infusions of Idaho provides ketamine infusion therapy to people suffering from chronic pain and mood disorders. The clinic helps people overcome the symptoms of depression, anxiety, post-traumatic stress disorder, obsessive-compulsive disorder, restless leg syndrome, migraines, and more. By offering cutting-edge treatments, the staff at the clinic hope to help people regain control of their health once and for all.
The health center is led by Christina Stubbs, a certified registered nurse anesthesiologist. She and her team at Ketamine Infusions of Idaho are dedicated to providing effective care in a compassionate environment. Through the use of ketamine, Christina and the team at the clinic aim to restore hope to patients as well as their mental and physical well-being.
What types of ketamine services does Ketamine Infusions of Idaho offer?
- IV Ketamine Infusion Therapy
- Esketamine (Spravato)
What conditions does Ketamine Infusions of Idaho treat?
- Including Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD), Major Depressive Disorder (MDD), Manic Depression/Bipolar Disorder, Postpartum Depression, Situational Depression, and Persistent Depression
- Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder
- Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder
- Bipolar Disorder
- Chronic pain
- Substance abuse
- Suicidal ideation
- Restless Leg Syndrome
- Although ketamine infusions are not covered by insurance at this time, the clinic does offer complete itemized documentation (a superbill) for you to submit to your insurance company following the treatment series for possible medical reimbursement. Some clients have had success in achieving partial reimbursement. The cost of this service is $50 and usually takes about 5-7 business days for the clinic’s billing specialists to complete.
- Ketamine Infusions of Idaho allows your doctor to refer you for consultation. Should you receive treatment, the clinic will communicate with your existing provider(s) regarding your care.
- Ketamine treatments will not be provided to individuals with schizophrenia, psychosis, or certain seizure disorders. Those taking aminophylline for asthma or COPD should not undergo ketamine infusions. If you have serious medical problems like uncontrolled high blood pressure, cardiac disease, or pulmonary problems, a clearance will be requested from your primary care physician before undergoing treatment.
- The clinic works with Osmind, an app that serves as a central hub to track your progress, communicate in between appointments, and fine-tune your treatment plan.
Your Treatment: What to Expect
Before recommending ketamine treatments, an expert team member at Ketamine Infusions of Idaho will assess an individual’s suitability for ketamine therapy. Infusions take place in a comfortable environment and last for about 45 minutes. Some patients report out-of-body sensations or mild hallucinations, but these side effects disappear soon after the infusion ends. Throughout the process, patients are monitored by one of the clinic’s highly-trained staff.
Who is this treatment for?
Those who have not been helped by conventional treatment strategies have another option with ketamine treatments at Ketamine Infusions of Idaho. 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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