Treatment and Cost
Patients with Depression, PTSD, or Anxiety:
At the Ketamine Healing Clinic of Los Angeles, we have an 85% success rate with 5 infusions over a 10-14 day period. Many people have called and asked why we don’t do 6 infusions like other clinics. The answer is simple- yes, we can do a 6th infusion if needed.
Advanced Personalized Ketamine Protocol:
$625 – 75 min IV Ketamine Infusion (+ Ketamine nasal spray consultation after the fourth infusion for eligible patients).
*Note: You are not charged up front, and can choose the number of infusions you’d like, although we recommend 4-6. For any infusion after the 5th, the price is $475/infusion (or $350/infusion with membership plan).
$475 – One IV Ketamine infusion (75 minutes).
*Note: Applicable for patients who have completed five infusions at the Ketamine Healing Clinic of Los Angeles, or can show proof of 5 infusions at another clinic.
Membership (Infusions do not expire) – $4200
12 IV Ketamine infusions at $350 per infusion.
*Note: For patients that have completed 5 or more Ketamine infusions either at the Ketamine Healing Clinic of L.A. or another clinic (record of infusions needs to be provided).
Chronic Pain Patients:
Generally, pain infusions with Ketamine can successfully be completed via one of two routes:
- Pain Protocol A (PPA) – 5 infusions over 5-6 days.
- Pain Protocol B (PPB)- 1 infusion then reassess 48-72 hrs later. Repeat when pain returns.
PPA is typically more effective for longer term pain relief as compared to PPB. However, everyone is different, and for some one infusion may provide adequate pain relief. If you are unsure which protocol to use, but are able to complete five infusions in a short time span, Pain Protocol A will likely give you the best pain relief (assuming your pain is responsive to ketamine). For further questions about how Ketamine can relieve your chronic pain, you may contact us at 866-987-7874 or email@example.com.
The amount of Ketamine needed varies significantly between people, and depends on many factors. If you are interested in receiving Ketamine for your chronic pain condition, please call to discuss.
50-175 mg IV Ketamine Infusion
176-350 mg IV Ketamine Infusion
351-800 mg IV Ketamine Infusion
Financing Your Treatment
One of the questions we most commonly get asked is “Do you take insurance?” In short, we would take insurance but insurance companies don’t cover the costs of Ketamine infusions, even with “Pre-Authorization.” One option many of our patients use is a Flexible Spending Account (FSA) or Healthcare Spending Account (HSA) with their Insurance plan. You can take pre-tax dollars and use that budget to pay for the treatments.
An FSA or HSA is a great way to utilize money from your paycheck that is put into a specific account for healthcare use before taxes are taken out. In other words, instead of paying for Ketamine treatments with “after tax” dollars, you’re using “pre-tax” dollars to pay for Ketamine treatments, which will give most people about a 40% discount.