Vitalitas Denver is a ketamine clinic that has locations in both Littleton and Westminster, Colorado. Patients experiencing problems related to depression, psychiatric disorders, and chronic pain conditions can seek treatment with the help of the teams at either center.

With a number of different medical professionals available for both consultation and treatment methods, Vitalitas Denver is committed to providing top medical care to those interested in Ketamine infusions.

The clinics were initially founded after the medical community witnessed the tremendous success of ketamine infusions, which have been proven to rapidly decrease—and even reverse—serious depression symptoms, including thoughts of suicide. After researching this novel use of ketamine, a drug the clinics have safely used in clinical practice for decades, the founders were compelled to make ketamine treatment available to the those plagued by debilitating mental health conditions in Colorado.

Today, Vitalitas Denver describes itself as one of the country’s leading ketamine depression centers. More than 10,000 ketamine infusions have been performed thus far.

Meet the team at both Colorado locations here.

What types of ketamine services does Vitalitas Denver offer?

  • Ketamine intravenous (IV) infusion therapy

What conditions do they treat?

  • Depression
  • Psychiatric disorders
  • Chronic pain conditions
  • Postpartum depression
  • Bipolar disorder
  • Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD)

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What to Expect at Vitalitas Denver


  • After Vitalitas Denver receives your medical history,  the team will schedule an initial consultation with the psychiatric nurse practitioner who will answer all your questions, assess you as a candidate for ketamine therapy, and formulate a plan for treatment.  
  • It’s recommended you refrain from driving until the day after the infusion. So plan on bringing a friend or family member to take you home.
  • Do not eat solid foods, milk, pulp-filled juices, or soup for 4-hours prior to your appointment. You may have clear liquids such as water, Gatorade, apple juice, black coffee, or tea up to 2 hours prior to your appointment.

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The Process

  • A medical professional will place an IV and apply monitors to record your heart rate and rhythm, blood pressure, and oxygen level continuously throughout the infusion. Then begins the actual infusion. 
  • You will be awake during the infusion and able to interact with those around you. It is best to relax quietly or listen to relaxing music during the infusion.  
  • People sometimes experience nausea or dizziness during the infusion. If you experience nausea, the clinic is equipped to treat it with an IV dose of an anti-nausea medication.   
  • The infusion itself takes about 45 minutes. Afterward, the clinic will monitor you for approximately 30 minutes before you are released. You will need to be with a friend or relative who can drive you safely home.   

Post-Initial Appointment

  • The standard ketamine infusion protocol for depression that has resulted from scientific trials and clinical experience around the U.S. is 4-6 infusions over a two-week period.
  • Vitalitas Denver has found 4, rather than 6, initial infusions to be the highest yield. It has been shown that serial infusions are more effective than single infusions. And the majority of patients who respond to ketamine treatment require maintenance infusions on an ongoing basis following the initial series. 
  • The frequency of these maintenance infusions varies greatly from person to person.

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  • Consultation
    $ Free
  • 40-Minute Infusions for Psychiatric Conditions

    *Financing is available.

    $ 350.00


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