The word is getting out. Ketamine really works for patients with treatment resistant depression, PTSD, OCD and certain pain conditions. We have known this for years because we have been treating patients for over six years. Because of the proven success, more and more clinics are starting to offer Ketamine infusions for similar conditions. Many new clinics are offering discounts to get started or providing treatments at various times throughout the day or week depending on the provider availability and not necessarily based on proven practices.
Buyer beware. Take the time to educate yourself about the office you are considering entrusting your care or loved one’s care. Ask questions such as:
- Do you do any medical or psychological screening before treatment?
- How many patients have you treated?
- What is your success rate? How do you measure that?
- What dose do you use?
- Do you provide private rooms and if so do I have someone with me all the time or do you use cameras or other monitoring devices?
- How often do I need to get treatment? What is your usual protocol?
- Do you recommend 4 or 6 infusions to start and how much do you charge per infusion? Paid in advance or at each treatment?
It is important to find the right experienced facility to know you are given the best possible chance of relief with the safest protocols and standards available. Don’t just look at price, price can come with compromise, and you or your loved one deserve the best. If you have any questions don’t hesitate to call or you can listen to our podcast on our web site here.
Kevin Nicholson CEO