Ketamine Integrative Medicine is a physician-led clinic in Gilbert, Arizona that offers both oral and infusion ketamine treatments in the hopes of relieving patients from a wide range of conditions, from depression and anxiety to migraines and chronic pain.

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Annette Lusko, DO, who’s a board-certified osteopathic physician, leads these efforts. She opened Ketamine Integrative Medicine after working at places like Community Westview Family Medicine in Indianapolis and Mountain Vista Medical Center in Mesa, where she served as chief resident.

Currently, outside of her work at Ketamine Integrative Medicine, Dr. Lusko is also the chief medical officer of the largest addiction treatment program in Arizona.

What types of services does Ketamine Integrative Medicine offer?

– Ketamine infusion therapy & oral ketamine

What conditions do they treat?

  • Chronic pain
    • Postsurgical pain
    • Back pain
    • Cancer pain
    • Arthritis pain
    • Neurogenic pain
    • Psychogenic pain
  • Substance abuse disorders
  • Depression
  • Anxiety
  • Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD)
  • Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder (OCD)
  • Migraines

Also Read: This is how ketamine affects neurotransmitters in the brain

Important Info:

  • Same-day appointments are often available
  • The clinic also offers evening and weekend hours
  • Customized health plans that combine ketamine therapies with other forms of treatment such as osteopathic manipulations and recommended lifestyle changes
  • Progress is tracked through a central hub, Osmind

What to Expect at Ketamine Integrative Medicine


Request an appointment—either in-person or virtual—here, or by calling (480) 877-0908.

Make sure you have someone, whether it be a friend or family member, to drive you home on the day of your infusions.

The Appointment

You’ll relax in a comfortable chair while Dr. Lusko or a member of her Ketamine Integrative Medicine team facilitates the infusion and an IV. The treatment can last anywhere from 45 minutes to five hours depending on your condition; however, generally speaking, ketamine infusions for chronic pain and migraines typically last several hours, while infusions for depression and anxiety are closer to 45 minutes.

Once the infusion is complete, you stay at the clinic for an hour to be monitored.


It’s best to relax the rest of the day after getting infusions.


Ketamine Integrative Medicine offers competitive pricing with infusions starting at $350.

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  • Sheryl Morrison
    August 12, 2023 at 4:34 pm

    Can I get more information and does insurance cover any of the therapy?
    Thank you

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