Mental Health treatment (per infusion): $500
Pain treatment (per infusion): $750
In addition to expertly administering the Ketamine, these treatment costs include:
- A private room with a recliner and the use of a smart tv for music and movies
- An RN or Paramedic in the room with you at all times to monitor your vital signs and ensure your comfort
- Any supplemental medications you may need during the treatment
Initial treatments, which are generally condensed into a single week, are known as stabilization treatments.
Ongoing treatments thereafter are known as maintenance treatments. The KWC clinical staff will evaluate your progress closely after the stabilization period. The maintenance protocol varies based on the patient’s needs with the goal of progressing into longer intervals between treatments.
Is Ketamine Infusion Therapy covered by insurance?
Mental Health Treatments: Ketamine Infusion Therapy for depression is considered an “off-label” use and is not a service typically reimbursed by insurance companies. As such, patients are expected to cover the costs of their treatments.
Chronic Pain Treatments: Some insurance will cover a portion of the costs associated with Ketamine Infusion Therapy for certain diagnoses. However, reimbursement is entirely dependent upon the type of medical insurance plan, in/out network stipulations, and the nature of the diagnosis. We employ a Billing Coordinator to assist all prospective and current patients with their insurance and reimbursement needs as it pertains to ketamine therapy for pain conditions.
Internal Insurance Consulting: We are happy to provide a superbill to any of our patients who request one, so that they can submit a claim for reimbursement with their insurance provider.
KWC has partnered with a very flexible 3rd party finance company that helps patients finance payment for their treatments. This partner is eFinancing Solutions, a budget-conscious loan processor that utilizes innovative technology design that allows them to process a diversity of credit levels and then connect you to the right partner lender.
Getting Well vs. Getting By
Prior to Ketamine treatment, some patients may find themselves on a number of oral medications (Antidepressants, Opioids) that are ineffective and/or cause serious side effects. The price of these medications can also be very expensive. Where Ketamine is effective, patients have been able to successfully wean themselves off some of those oral medications, allowing for relief from the original symptoms of their condition as well as the side effects of the medication. The KWC clinical staff would work with your prescriber to ensure this is done in a safe and effective manner.
For those suffering from depression, PTSD, and chronic pain conditions, the delaying of one’s healthcare is something we see all too often.
It’s usually done for completely understandable reasons: financial burden, bad timing, stigma, work obligations, family or social pressure. All of these reasons influence one’s decision to seek therapy and long-term relief.
Many of the conditions we treat here at Ketamine Wellness Centers are what we call “hidden afflictions” because they can be disguised, to some extent, to the outside world. The risk of not treating such conditions may be as serious and costly as other health issues such as heart disease, cancer, or diabetes, which we seek immediate treatment for. This is especially true of mental health conditions since symptoms may escalate to the level of self-harm.
For those suffering and seeking relief, it is critical to find the motivation to prioritize themselves. Take a brave step forward in confronting your condition. If you or a loved one have tried other treatment options and are still suffering then Ketamine might be the right treatment option to provide long-term and substantive relief.
There is Hope. There is Help.