Welcome to Jackson Hole Ketamine Clinic. We are a local clinic that specializes in utilizing ketamine infusion therapy to treat mental health disorders and chronic pain. We exclusively employ Certified Registered Nurse Anesthetists (CRNAs) to administer treatments to patients. If you are a patient seeking treatment for a mental health disorder, collaboration with your therapist is imperative. We will require that you remain under their care for the duration of your ketamine infusions to ensure you have the greatest chance for relief from your symptoms. Our primary goal is the remission of symptoms. Regardless of whether you are suffering from a mental health disorder or chronic pain, our experienced and compassionate providers possess the skills necessary to keep you safe and comfortable throughout the treatment process.
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WHY CHOOSE US
Millions of Americans suffer from crippling physical and mental conditions: chronic pain, depression, anxiety, PTSD—the list goes on. Jackson Hole Ketamine Clinic is here to bring hope.
Imagine being so sensitive to stimuli that your body’s pain response reacts to a simple touch the same way it would to being hit by a hammer. For those who suffer from CRPS (complex regional pain syndrome), such reactions are a daily reality. Worse yet, the pain associated with CRPS can be difficult to manage.
It was November 2012 when Dennis Hartman, a Seattle business executive, managed to pull himself out of bed, force himself to shower for the first time in days and board a plane that would carry him across the country to a clinical trial at the National Institute of Mental Health (NIMH) in Bethesda.
Ketamine has been called the biggest thing to happen to psychiatry in 50 years, due to its uniquely rapid and sustained antidepressant effects. It improves symptoms in as little as 30 minutes, compared with weeks or even months for existing antidepressants, and is effective even for the roughly one third of patients with so-called treatment-resistant depression.
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