The staff at the Sun Valley Ketamine Clinic are giving their patients new leases on life with the use of ketamine infusion therapy for major depression and chronic pain. To determine if a patient is a good fit, they offer a free no-obligation consultation because they truly care about the helping people.
Sun Valley Ketamine Clinic offers treatment options that vary in length and cost. Their initial ketamine series treatment option gives patients six 2-hour appointments over the span of two weeks at a cost of $3600. For chronic pain, the ketamine treatment is four hours and costs $1200. They also offer ketamine boosters for $600 to maintain results over the long-term.
There seems to be supported evidence that using ketamine for depression has been helpful. Likewise, psychedelic drugs are being used for a wide range of mental health issues, and that should continue. Having clinics like Sun Valley available will further help millions of people treat a variety of problems.
– IV ketamine infusion therapy
To determine if you’d be a good candidate for ketamine treatment at SVKC, start by scheduling a free consultation. You’ll need to complete the forms (4) in the Patient Portal and have your referral submitted.
You should not eat anything solid for 4 hours before your infusion. You may have clear liquids up to 2 hours before. Wear comfortable non-binding clothes.
Before the infusion begins, SVKC will quickly go over your medical history and complete a depression assessment when necessary.
When it’s time to begin the treatment, SVKC will insert a small IV. Monitors will be placed to watch your heart rate, blood pressure, and respirations. If you enjoy music, you’re encouraged to bring your device and head phones. Sit back in our comfortable healing space and let the process happen.
After the infusion is complete, you will be monitored until SVKC assess that you are recovered from ketamine’s effects. You must have a designated driver sign you out at the end of your appointment as you may not drive until the following day.
The initial treatment for depression consists of 6 infusions over 12 days. SVKC typically sees patients for two consecutive weeks on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays. Follow-up boosters can be scheduled as needed for relapse. If a typical relapse time is established, preventative boosters can be scheduled in advance to ensure remission. The treatment time for chronic pain syndromes may last up to 4 hours, and are needed every day or every other day until results are felt.
*Six 2-hour appointments over two weeks$ 3,600
*2 hours as needed
*Ranging from monthly to annually
*Sometimes not necessary$ 600.00
*4 hours$ 1,200