Soft Reboot Wellness provides ketamine infusion services to people with treatment-resistant mood disorders. Breakthrough ketamine treatments have shown to be effective for treatment-resistant conditions and the medical center helps people overcome their symptoms one infusion at a time. Conditions they treat include depression, anxiety, and post-traumatic stress disorder.
The clinic’s highly trained staff understand just how debilitating chronic mood disorders can be. Their main goal is to use ketamine infusion therapy to help “reboot” the brain, and in doing so, treat their patients’ conditions. Soft Reboot Wellness was founded by Dr. Sara Herman, a board-certified anesthesiologist.
Dr. Herman’s main goal is to “practice psychedelics with ethics, integrity, and commitment to her patients’ holistic wellness.” By doing so, she and the staff at the wellness center can provide people with lasting relief from their chronic conditions.
Soft Reboot Wellness charges an initial consultation fee of $250. After the consultation, if the clinic feels that you are a suitable candidate to undergo ketamine therapy, they ask that you commit to two (2) ketamine sessions as part of your journey.
When you commit to your ketamine journey you will receive:
Soft Reboot Wellness does not require a referral. To get started, you’ll first fill out a short intake questionnaire and speak with the clinic’s patient care coordinator before scheduling your consultation with Dr. Herman. These steps help ensure ketamine therapy will be a beneficial step in your personal wellness journey and give the clinic the information they need to work with your current health care provider to design an individualized treatment plan. If you’re currently working with a mental health professional, PCP, or other referring physician, the clinic will request the release of your medical records. If you do not have a current provider, the clinic can refer you to one. While there are minimal risks with ketamine treatment, Soft Reboot Wellness values a team approach to medicine and require that you remain under the care of another medical or mental health professional through the course of treatment.