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Springview Ketamine, located in Lisle, IL, offers IV ketamine infusion and intranasal treatments for the western suburbs of Chicago. The clinic is owned and operated by psychiatric staff. As a result, the expert staff provide full care, medical treatment and psychiatric counseling, onsite. The full-care aspect distinguishes Springview Ketamine from many similar clinics across the country where there is usually a requirement of off-site care during ketamine infusions. The last 10 years have seen a surge of interest in low-dose ketamine treatments as a breakthrough psychiatric and chronic pain medication. Though considered an “off-label” use of the medication, the remarkable results in laboratory settings show ketamine to be a game-changing medicine in combating difficult to manage conditions.

Springview Ketamine is led by Dr. David Lott, a board-certified psychiatrist and founder of Lott Behavioral Health. Dr. Lott is a specialist in addiction medicine, who has also worked as a public school teacher prior to returning to medical school. As a published researcher and practicing teacher, Dr. Lott brings an inquiring mind to the clinic that, along with the clinical staff, is able to craft a treatment plan for each individual based on the specific nature of their condition. For the thousands of Americans who deal with treatment-resistant mental health conditions, Dr. Lott and the Springview Ketamine clinic staff stand ready to provide outstanding care and treatment in the struggle against the debilitating symptoms of chronic psychiatric complaints.

Offered Treatments

  • IV Ketamine Infusion Therapy
  • SPRAVATO esketamine nasal spray

Treated Conditions

  • Treatment-Resistant Depression

Important Info

  • Most insurance providers do not cover intravenous ketamine. Springview Ketamine will work with patients to submit claims for nasal spray treatments.
  • IV infusions cost $350 USD/infusion. Costs for esketamine are calculated on a case by case basis.
  • Not everyone responds to ketamine, but some patients see significant improvements after only one session.
  • Please contact the clinic for further information on payment, insurance, and medications and conditions that are contra-indicative to ketamine treatments.

Your Treatment: What to Expect

Before ketamine treatments are approved, Dr. Lott requires a thorough screening of previously existing conditions and current medications. Both intravenous and nasal spray treatments are performed in the clinic, with appointments taking anywhere from 45 minutes to 2 hours, depending on the specific treatment. Patients often feel a floating sensation, or feel euphoric, both of which are normal side effects of the treatment. Side effects fade soon after the infusion ceases.

Who is this treatment for?

Springview Ketamine offers both types of ketamine treatment to patients with “treatment-resistant” conditions. A resistant mental health disorder is one that does not respond to mainstream oral medications and psychiatric therapies. Ketamine works on a different system in the brain. It allows new pathways to form that circumvent old pain pathways in which the mind can become stuck. While not a guaranteed solution, ketamine therapy at Springview Ketamine is an important, and potentially life-changing, tool in the struggle against difficult to manage conditions.

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