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Westlake Medical Arts provides ketamine infusion services to people with chronic mood disorders. Ketamine treatment has been shown to be effective for treatment-resistant conditions, and the medical center helps people overcome their symptoms of depression, poor mood, suicidal thoughts, and anhedonia.

The clinic is led by Dr. Eleanor P. Womack, and she and the staff at Westlake Medical Arts know just how debilitating chronic mood disorders can be. Dr. Womack has a compassionate approach to care and her extensive medical experience with ketamine allows her patients to feel as though they are in good hands. Their focus is personalized treatment and well-rounded care. They truly listen to their patients and pride themselves on utilizing the most “advanced functional and integrative medicine” that are available.

What types of ketamine services does Westlake Medical Arts offer?

– IV ketamine infusion therapy

What conditions does Westlake Medical Arts treat?

  • Depression
  • Poor mood
  • Anhedonia
  • Suicidal ideation

Important Info

  • Westlake Medical Arts does not take insurance.
  • A valid credit card is necessary to book an appointment.
  • There is a cancellation fee if you do not give the clinic 48 hour notice of needing to cancel, or you do not show up for your appointment.

Contact Information

  • Address: 5656 Bee Caves Road, Suite E-200, Austin, Texas 78746
  • Phone: 512-327-8700
  • Email: info@westlakemedicalarts.com

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Who is ketamine treatment for?

Those who have not been helped by conventional treatment strategies have another option with ketamine treatments at Westlake Medical Arts. Research in the last 7-10 years has shown that ketamine infusions are effective for those suffering from treatment-resistant mental health conditions and chronic pain conditions. Either as an alternative to or a supplement to mainstream treatments, ketamine infusions offer an alternative path to healing for those who have lost hope.

Is ketamine legal?

At its core, yes. Ketamine infusion therapy is still awaiting full FDA approval, but ketamine itself has a long proven track record of being a safe FDA-approved anesthetic since 1970. It is even part of the List of Essential Medications that the World Health Organization recommends to have in every hospital.

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