At the Ketamine Institute of Michigan, patients can find relief from the debilitating symptoms of depression and chronic pain conditions. The clinic is led by Dr. Julia Aharanov, who was recognized as Michigan’s top doctor when it comes to addiction medicine.
Dr. Aharanov of the Ketamine Institute of Michigan is board-certified from the American Board of Anesthesiology as well as a member of the American Society of Anesthesiologists, Michigan Society of Anesthesiologists, and American Society of Ketamine Physicians. She has over 20 years of experience using ketamine and has helped many patients find an all-new hope for recovery.
With ketamine therapy showing positive signs for PTSD, more people are considering the alternative treatment. Furthermore, since self-medicating psychedelics carries risk, consulting experts is the suggested route when looking to heal.
What types of ketamine services does the Ketamine Institute of Michigan offer?
– IV ketamine infusion therapy
What conditions does the Ketamine Institute of Michigan treat?
Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder
The Ketamine Institute of Michigan treats people who live within a 100-mile radius of the clinic. This includes major cities such as Detroit, Chicago, Fort Wayne, Milwaukee, as well as residents of Wisconsin, Indiana, and Ohio, and cities in Canada such as Toronto and Hamilton.
Military discounts are available.
If you are or have been a patient of the Ketamine Institute of Michigan’s Advanced Rapid Detox, you will pay a reduced fee for your Ketamine treatments.
If you need to change or cancel your appointment, you must do so no later than 24 hours prior to your appointment. Otherwise, there is a $50 fee.
All new Ketamine patients must provide a referral letter from their doctor to show unresolved pain or depression. Without a referral letter, new patients will be charged $1,000.
Financing options are available.
Your Treatment: What to Expect
After a cleared medical history, you can begin treatment sessions right away. Each session should be less than a few hours.