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Conditions Treated at Neurospa Lakeland:

  • Treatment-resistant depression
  • Major depressive disorder
  • Severe clinical depression
  • Suicidal ideations or behaviors 

HealingMaps Says: People struggling to overcome the symptoms of major depressive disorder, including suicidal ideations, can find relief with ketamine therapy at Neurospa Lakeland. The mental health and wellness clinic aims to provide the best of care with the latest treatments so that people who don’t respond to traditional medications can find relief from their disorders. The medical team at Neurospa Lakeland aims to help as many people as they can using education, compassion, and experience.

Patient/Testimonial: “Everyone here is so amazing. They are always there to help with anything that I need. They are so kind and willing to take the time to chat with you and are genuinely interested about what is going on in your life. They are always so accommodating and willing to go out of their way to make sure to help you when you need to reschedule. They are a caring staff that all seem to truly enjoy working here.” — Victor Amidon, Google reviews.

Do They Offer Ketamine-Assisted Psychotherapy? No.

Are Female Practitioners Available? Contact for more information.

Cost: N/A – contact for pricing information. But here is a general guide on ketamine infusion pricing.

Do They Accept Insurance? Yes.

What types of ketamine services does Neurospa Lakeland offer? 

  • IV ketamine
  • Spravato


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Angelica Bottaro is a medical writer and researcher with a rich background in psychology and journalism. She holds a bachelor's degree in Psychology from Trent University and an Advanced Diploma in Journalism from Centennial College. Angelica has been a freelance writer since 2014, amassing bylines in various platforms like Very Well Health, The Good Men Project, MakeWell, and LymeTime among others. Although primarily a freelance writer, her educational background and career trajectory have positioned her as a voice in mental health discourse, highlighting systemic issues in mental health care through her writing.

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