Is Ketamine for me?
Ketamine is used to treat several disorders and symptoms that affect a person’s everyday quality of life. If you are seeking relief from any of the following then ketamine treatments might be a great option for you!
- Major Depression
- Generalized Anxiety
- Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD)
- Chronic Pain
Our Ketamine Treatments:
IV Ketamine Infusions: One-on-one ketamine infusions administered via IV and supervised by one of our medical professionals.
Innovative Needleless Ketamine Treatments:
Ketamine + Breathwork: This treatment combines oral ketamine lozenges with one-on-one guided breath work to enhance the ketamine experience.
Ketamine Assisted Sound Healing: We combine the healing properties of sound with oral ketamine to create a unique healing ketamine experience.
We believe everyone deserves to experience our unique Satori style of care and approach to ketamine therapy. So we strive to offer top-notch care at the lowest prices possible.
- Initial IV Ketamine Consultation: FREE
- First IV Ketamine Treatment: $450
- Repeat IV Ketamine Treatments: $375
- First Ketamine + Breathwork session (Needleless): $300
- Repeat Ketamine + Breathwork sessions (Needleless): $250
- Ketamine Assisted Sound Healing- KASH (Needleless): $175
- Ketamine Assisted Psychotherapy ketamine prescription consultation: $165
- Six-session IV Ketamine *Package: $2,000
* We accept CareCredit
* Ask about our PAID-IN-FULL discount for more information
Psychiatric Medication Management
We provide psychiatric medication management services for the following conditions:
- Bipolar 1&2
- Ages 13+
Psychiatric Services Pricing:
- New Patient: $150
- Established Patient: $95
Intravenous lidocaine infusions have been shown to be beneficial in the treatment of many different chronic pain diagnoses that have been resistant to more traditional therapies, especially for neuropathic pain (or pain that is coming from nerves).
- Lidocaine Consultation: FREE
- Lidocaine Infusion: $195
- Lidocaine + Low Dose Ketamine Infusion: $225
Common neuropathic pain states that have been treated include:
complex regional pain syndrome
atypical facial pain