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Offering an “inclusive and welcoming environment for all,” Rainfall Medicine in Portland, Oregon provides ketamine therapy to clients in Portland and environs. The team at Rainfall offers a holistic approach to recovery, integrating medical and psychiatric practices with cutting-edge medicines, meditation, exercise, and numerous other practices and techniques. This full-body approach to health informs the practice at Rainfall Medicine, where those suffering from treatment-resistant and/or chronic conditions can find an effective route to healing. The caregivers at the clinic use their holistic approach to not only fix physical impediments but also give patients the tools they need to continue to grow and thrive.

Rainfall Medicine was founded by Dr. Steve Rosonke, an emergency medicine and addiction physician with two decades of practical experience with ketamine. After seeing the results of trauma firsthand during his work in the ER, Dr. Rosonke turned his expertise to treating trauma and founded Rainfall Medicine in 2018.

The safe, welcoming environment of the Portland clinic is the perfect setting to explore ketamine therapy.

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Offered Treatments

  • IV Ketamine Infusion Therapy
  • Ketamine Assisted Psychotherapy

Treated Conditions

  • PTSD (Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder)
  • Depression
  • Chronic Pain
  • Anxiety
  • Addiction

Important Info

  • Free consultations are available.
  • Cost of treatments vary depending on the conditions being treated, but many insurance providers do not cover ketamine infusions. Check with your provider beforehand.
  • Rainfall Medicine can offer referrals to mental health professionals for those without a caregiver.
  • Patients cannot drive for 24 hours following treatment.

Your Treatment: What to Expect at Rainfall Medicine

Prior to beginning treatment, all patients undergo a proper medical screening to make sure that ketamine infusions are a good treatment option. Afterward, infusions will take place in the home-like office setting while patients are constantly monitored by trained staff. Mild side effects can occur in some patients but subside soon after the treatment ends.

Who is this treatment for?

Ketamine works on the brain by increasing neuroplasticity, the ability of the brain to grow and form new connections. When working on parts of the brain damaged by trauma or depression, ketamine can reawaken portions of the brain that have shut down due to that trauma. For those suffering resistant mental conditions or chronic pain, and whose experience with mainstream medicine has resulted in little or no relief from symptoms, Rainfall Medicine offers a researched and effective alternative.

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