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Mobile Ketamine Boston, a member of the American Society of Ketamine Physicians, Psychotherapists, & Practitioners, is a new type of ketamine clinic. The team offers ketamine infusion treatments for patients with major depressive disorder in the comfort of their own homes. Their aim is to provide care that is solely on the patient, and individualized because they understand that different people require different treatment options.

The medical professionals at Mobile Ketamine Boston conduct a detailed consent and medical assessment process to ensure that each patient receives effective and life-changing care. They offer telephone and in-person visits to closely monitor progress and being able to bring ketamine to their patients’ homes increases comfortability and safety.

What types of ketamine services does Mobile Ketamine Boston offer?

– Intravenous (IV) ketamine infusion therapy

What conditions does Mobile Ketamine Boston treat?

  • Major Depressive Disorder (MDD)

Important Info:

  • Patients do not need a referral. Mobile Ketamine Boston’s licensed psychiatrist and anesthesia team will insteaad conduct a detailed medical assessment to determine whether ketamine infusion therapy may be a good fit for you.
  • Mobile Ketamine Boston requires that you are accompanied by a responsible adult for the remainder of the day after your treatment. Your appointment will be cancelled if there is no one to stay with you after Mobile Ketamine Boston staff leaves your residence. If you are unable to find someone to accompany you, you may notify Mobile Ketamine Boston in advance, and the clinic will provide a Registered Nurse to stay at your home for an added fee.

Your Treatment: What to Expect

After completing psychiatric and medical evaluations, the clinic staff will come to your location during a scheduled appointment time. Upon arriving, a Certified Registered Nurse Anesthetist (CRNA) and a Registered Nurse (RN) will obtain your vital signs and ask you a series of questions about your symptoms and health.

Next, a small needle (IV) will be inserted to administer the medication. This will take about 40 minutes. Following medication administration, staff will continue to monitor your vital signs, symptoms, and side effects for approximately 1.5 hours.

Typically, ketamine infusion therapy occurs twice a week over a 3-4 week period. However, ketamine treatment specifically addresses each patient’s unique condition, needs, and responsiveness to therapy. The interdisciplinary team of providers will continue to monitor progress and adjust treatment accordingly.

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