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Embark on a path to deeper and sustained healing

Realize your breakthrough with our at-home treatment program of physician-directed, safe & legal ketamine therapy, alongside trained psychedelic Tripsitters.
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How We Treat

Our therapies, protocols, and clinical tools are guided by:
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An established body of peer-reviwed clinical research

Ketamine produces shifts in consciousness that can help neurons rebuild lost connections, allowing individuals to view their own patterned behavior with a renewed clarity, broaden awareness, and suppress networks in the brain responsible for producing persistent and obstructive thoughts.

Years of experience treating patients with ketamine

Our decades of combined experience in the greater ketamine industry drive our treatment protocols. Due to it’s excellent safety record, ketamine has been a marvel of the medical world, studied extensively, and proven as a powerful therapeutic in providing both immediate and sustained relief to patients.

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A focus on achieving measurable outcomes of positive results

Traditional pharmaceutical and psychiatric treatments can fall short in their accessibility, efficacy, and outcomes. We consistently track your progress and keep all channels of communication open throughout your treatment journey so that you’re setting off on the right path towards healing.

We celebrate excellent success rates in the treatment of:

Low-dose ketamine treatments are safe for the majority of individuals. Those with a history of psychosis or schizophrenia, however, are a poor fit for this particular therapy due to well-documented medical contraindications and will not be approved for treatment during the screening process.

What is ketamine?

Ketamine is an anesthetic medication that was approved for medical use by The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) in 1970. At low (therapeutic) doses, ketamine produces shifts in consciousness that can help neurons rebuild lost connections, allowing individuals to view their own patterned behavior with a renewed clarity, broaden awareness, and suppress networks in the brain responsible for producing persistent and obstructive thoughts.

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Our Program

You're approved for treatment. You've got a treatment plan. Now what?
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The Medication

Within 3-5 days, you will receive your month’s supply of prescribed oral ketamine medication which is dissolved under the tongue when you are in a treatment session.

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Treatment Day

Access the patient portal to begin your treatment session at the scheduled time. Your Tripsitter will ensure that you have a safe and meaningful experience.

Integration Day

Meet with your Tripsitter to help make sense of your ketamine experience and help you work through the obstacles in your life.

Routine Care

Throughout your treatment plan, you will have access to your Tripsitter for support before, during, and after your treatment sessions.

The Medication

Our physician network prescribes two types of ketamine administration which are ideal for home-based therapy and achieving sustained relief.
Oral Ketamine (ODT)
Oral ketamine medication, referred also as Ketamine ODT (Oral Dissolving Tablet) is the easiest and least complicated way to self-administer your at-home dose. The bioavailability of ketamine through an oral dose is approximately 17%. The psychoactive experience for the patient lasts between forty-five (45) to ninety (90) minutes, when ketamine is administered via oral tablet.

Intranasal Ketamine
The ketamine-based nasal spray we prescribe is a mixture of R-ketamine and S-ketamine (esketamine). When administered by nasal spray, prescription ketamine reaches a bioavailability of 50%. Until your appointment, the intranasal ketamine spray must be stored between 68°F and 77°F. Patients use the entire dose provided according to their physician's guidance. A dose of intranasal ketamine can create a sedative effect that impacts the central nervous system. Patients taking CNS depressants (like benzodiazepines, opioids or alcohol) should discuss conflicts of medication. 

Preparing for Treatment

Make sure that you discuss if you have had any allergic reactions to prescription medications or preparations with your doctor. Or if you have allergies to certain foods, preservatives, or other ingredients. Patients should also disclose if they are currently pregnant or thinking about becoming pregnant while treatments are ongoing. The supervising practitioner will also review the current prescription medications you are taking to make sure that ketamine is not contraindicated. Ketamine is generally well tolerated but there are some prescription medications that can conflict with ketamine. 

Side-Effects and Reactions

Why isn’t ketamine used more often for therapies? One of the reasons or drawbacks, is that ketamine can cause emergence reactions. That is the hallucinations that can occur from ketamine. Sensations like hallucinations, vivid dreams, sense of floating, delirium or out of body experiences are moderated by providing a low dose of ketamine. Research indicates that the hallucinations, although disturbing to some patients, are actually a predictor that the Ketamine is beginning to work and make changes. To help with these side effects, patients are instructed to engage in their telemedicine therapy in a calm environment with minimal stimulus. 

Staying in an environment where there are few pictures, colors, sounds or smells may help reduce some of the ketamine hallucinations that can occur. Patients are provided with additional instructions to create a suitable and safe at-home environment. Because ketamine and the therapeutic experience can cause drowsiness, patients are reminded not to drive a vehicle or operate heavy equipment following their treatment. 

Ketamine May Not Be Right for You

If you have other health concerns, ketamine may not be the best or safest therapy for you. That is why before ketamine is prescribed, a physician will review your health history. That review also includes discussing lifestyle habits, including alcohol or tobacco use. 

If you have been diagnosed with any of the following symptoms or health conditions you may not be approved by the physician for ketamine therapy:

- History or allergy to ketamine
- Aneurysmal vascular disease
- Arteriovenous malformation
- Intracerebral hemorrhage
- Cardiovascular problems or stroke
- Cerebrovascular disease
- Psychosis or schizophrenia
- High blood pressure
- Hypertensive encephalopathy
- Liver disease

Ketamine can cause temporary drowsiness, and confusion. That is temporary mental changes that can make it difficult to remember time, place, or personal identity. Patients who undergo ketamine therapy can experience ulcerative or interstitial cystitis and other bladder problems. Report any changes in your urine (cloudy or presence of blood), or if urination is painful, or causes a burning sensation. Consult with your physician before taking any over-the-counter (OTC) medications following your ketamine treatment. 

Psychedelic Care Plan

A new physician consultation is required at the end of each month in order to evaluate the patient’s experience and progress.
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Our specialized treatment plan costs 40% less than the industry average.

Your monthly plan includes:
Initial consultation with your prescribing physician
Prescribed medication shipped to your door
Psychedelic preparation session with a trained specialist
Tripsitting sessions with a dedicated Tripsitter
Additional integration sessions to support you between your doses—either one-on-one or in groups—with your Tripsitter.
One Month at a Time
/ month

Subscriptions are billed monthly.
A $50 fee is charged for your initial physician consultation. If your physician approves you for treatment, this $50 fee will be applied towards the cost of the first month of your subscription plan. If it is determined that ketamine therapy is not an appropriate treatment for a prospective patient, the $50 physician assessment fee will still be charged for the patient visit. Read through our Knowledge Base to learn more about treatment eligibility.

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