Depending on which treatment you decide is best for you, we’ve got you covered.
At Nepenthe Wellness Center, we believe in the healing power of ketamine therapy. We offer both IV ketamine infusions in our conveniently located Cedar park clinic and at home sublingual ketamine therapy across all of Texas.
Every treatment we deliver is customized to the patient, so your experience will begin with an in-depth consultation. Once we get to know you, we will develop a customized treatment plan. Most patients will complete six ketamine therapy sessions spread across two to three weeks.
Those sessions will take place in our home-like environment delivered by caring, compassionate medical staff. We offer state-of-the-art monitoring devices called Caretaker. Caretaker allows remote patient monitoring without the nuisance of a blood-pressure cuff or a nurse interrupting the treatment.
You’ll sit back in a recliner, covered with a warm blanket, as the IV delivers ketamine to your system. We also provide high-quality headphones and TV streaming nature videos so you can relax and allow the treatment to do its job.
As the potential of ketamine to treat depression and anxiety continues to be explored, more and more medical professionals are recommending IV infusions of ketamine to their patients. While the exact number of infusions required can vary depending on the individual patient, the general consensus is that six infusions are the minimum needed to experience the full effects of ketamine therapy.
For some patients, more than six infusions may be needed to achieve the desired results. In such cases, up to ten infusions may be recommended. This is because the effects of ketamine can take time to build up, and multiple treatments may be necessary to achieve a lasting impact. Ketamine infusions are increasingly being used to treat patients suffering from depression, anxiety, post–traumatic stress disorder, and chronic pain.
The treatment has been found to be effective in reducing symptoms and providing relief to those struggling with mental health issues. It is important to note that while ketamine infusions can provide relief, they should not be considered a cure. They should instead be seen as a tool to help patients manage their symptoms and improve their quality of life. As such, the decision to undertake ketamine therapy should be discussed with your doctor to determine the best course of action for treatment.
Our in house therapist will go through your expectations for treatment, guide you in setting your intentions, and review your mood surveys with you.
After each treatment you are encouraged to journal in your ketamine workbook. You can share these insights with your current therapist or use them yourself to work through your traumas. Health and healing are within your reach.