The sooner. The better.


The sooner. The better.

You can finally have depression relief within hours, not days or weeks at our Southlake, TX Ketamine Depression Treatment Center.

Serving Southlake, Texas and surrounding communities, our depression treatment center provides hope and healing through intravenous Ketamine infusion therapy, designed to treat patients who are resistant to traditional antidepressants. Our innovative approach offers an effective and safe means to quickly improve symptoms of depression, PTSD and suicidal ideation. For people who didn’t think recovery was possible, Ketamine may be their breakthrough treatment.

Why Our Ketamine Clinic May Be the Treatment You’ve Been Searching For

Depression not only affects your mood, it can cause physical effects that are impossible to just shake off, creating a combination of extreme, debilitating symptoms making it difficult to enjoy life. Does that sound like you? If so, your best treatment may be low doses of Ketamine administered intravenously at a Ketamine Clinic. Belonging to a class of drugs called Dissociative Anesthetics, the first landmark studies on Ketamine’s effectiveness were released more than 18 years ago. Since its initial use as an anesthetic, it has been closely studied for its therapeutic effects, which can be felt in as little as 40 minutes. Ketamine patients have noted marked improvement in depression and anxiety and overall despondency. These encouraging, dramatic findings offer hope for people who didn’t think they could be helped. The key is finding a depression treatment center. Texas Ketamine Specialists have successfully unlocked the depression and anxiety code for a growing number of patients.

What Makes Ketamine Work?

Ketamine infusion, administered at a depression treatment clinic, travels to the brain at a controlled rate. That slow, critical passage creates a condition in the brain that triggers other events, signaling pathways, affecting certain receptors and creating a protein that produces a rapid growth of neural connections. The antidepressant effect is what researchers believe is the result of that brain “rewiring.” Ketamine is also a powerful anti-inflammatory. As depression is linked to chronic inflammation, Ketamine’s ability to reduce swelling may be part of its anti-depressant effect.

Is Ketamine Depression Treatment Safe?

Discovered many decades ago, Ketamine was known primarily for its anesthetic uses; the fact that it produces minimal effects on respiratory function was an attractive feature. Studies are showing that Ketamine can effectively treat chronic neuropathic pain. Although more research is needed (and is being conducted), when ketamine is administered in low doses by a trained professional at a Ketamine clinic, the drug is considered to be quite safe. In situations where patients have exhausted every option for severe depression, Ketamine treatment could be the solution that they have been looking for.

Conditions Treated at our Ketamine Clinic

  • Severe, Treatment-Resistant Depression (TRD)

  • Major Depressive Disorder (MDD Mood Disorder)

  • Bipolar Depression

  • Postpartum Mood Disorder

  • Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD)

  • Anxiety

  • Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (OCD)

  • Chronic Pain

  • Chronic Regional Pain Syndrome (CRPS)

  • Reflex Sympathetic Dystrophy Syndrome (RSD)

  • Fibromyalgia

  • Neuropathic Pain

  • Migraine Headaches

The Cost of Ketamine Depression Treatment in Southlake, Texas

  • Evaluation/Screening: $1500, includes evaluation, first three infusions, and a mood reassessment
  • The typical response occurs within 4-24 hours, with the maximum effect seen the third day after each infusion. However, some people do not feel an improvement in mood until after their third infusion and this is not abnormal. We will reassess your mood after three infusions.
  • Next three infusions: $1500 total, required to maximize the effect and postpone recurrence most effectively. All 6 infusions take place within 3-4 weeks.
  • Maintenance infusion: $500 each; no more than one per month.
  • The average maintenance infusion is every 2-4 months.
  • Active, retired and honorably discharged military personnel with proof of service will be eligible for a discount on all infusions.

Please note that ketamine infusion therapy is not a service covered by insurance at this time.

If you live in Southlake, Texas, or surrounding communities and would like additional information on the treatments offered at a Ketamine clinic, or to determine if you are an ideal candidate for our depression treatment center, please contact the office of Texas Ketamine Specialists.

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(469) 844-1350

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