Coronavirus (COVID-19)

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We’re Open & Here For You During This COVID-19 Coronavirus Pandemic!

In this time of widespread fear and anxiety, we are committed to providing you with uninterrupted, world-class care! As a AAAASF facility, we maintain a hospital-grade clinic and have taken many extra precautions to uphold the highest standards of safety and sterilization, including:

  • Screening all patients ahead of time to ensure neither they nor close contacts have any symptoms of COVID-19; now or in the past 2 weeks.
  • Discouraging visitors from accompanying patients into the clinic.
  • Checking temperatures of all patients and staff upon arrival.
  • Frequently cleaning hands and disinfecting all surfaces.
  • Keeping 6 feet between everyone in the office whenever possible.
  • Wearing masks.
  • Requiring all patients to wear masks.

Ketamine Infusion Therapy is an essential treatment and the current climate is a marathon, not a sprint. You deserve to feel better now. Call now or schedule a call at your convenience by clicking here:

There are blogs and other resources on this page that outline our pandemic response and it’s impact on mental health. Ketamine infusions have been proven to aid in the treatment of a wide range of mental disorders, including depression, suicidal thoughts, post traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), anxiety, and obsessive compulsive disorder (OCD). Considered to be one of the most important breakthroughs in mental health treatment in recent years, ketamine is now safely used to treat both mood disorders and chronic pain conditions, offering hope to individuals who have not had success with other treatment methods. If you or a loved one is in need of mental health treatment during this crisis, please reach out to us today. 

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Coronavirus, also known as (COVID-19), has turned our world upside down with its high rate of global spread and deadly nature among those most at risk. In just 30 days, the disease has spread from a single city to nearly the entire world. Government organizations are declaring emergencies in order to receive aid; misinformation is spreading rapidly across social media; and facts are being shared in an attempt to raise awareness and get people to stay at home. Because this is a new virus, there are many unknowns, which is intensifying the collective fear and panic. For many people, their anxiety is at an all-time high. Fortunately, there are some things you can do to try to find relief and remain calm as you navigate through this unprecedented experience.

First, we’d like to share with you a little about our unique practice and some of the additional measures we’ve taken for staff and patient safety while keeping treatment accessible to you.