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Ketamine Infusion

Why select TAC for your treatment?

Rapid treatment of depression and suicidality

Current evidence shows that IV Ketamine has a rapid-onset (within 1-2 days) efficacy with depression

Demonstrated efficancy in multiple clinical trials

In clinical trials ketamine has demonstrated antidepressant effects in up to 70% of patients

It may work when other treatments don't


Most insurances will provide reimbursement for TMS as an second-line treatment

Our Approach

At TAC we offer ketamine infusions and ketamine assisted CBT as an adjunct treatment options for patient with treatment resistant depression or acute suicidal thoughts or actions. Although intravenous ketamine has not been FDA approved, current research indicates that it provides an important secondary approach to a significant number patients who may have exhausted more traditional means. Although it is likely that there are multiple mechanisms at play scientists believe that ketamine works by modulating the activity of a brain chemical called glutamate. This chemical then stimulates the growth of new synapses in that brain that help alleviate depressive symptoms. Although ketamine is not a treatment for everyone, it has been a life changing option for many. By coming to The Anxiety Center, you can be sure that you or your loved one will receive compassionate and effective care from experts committed to helping you achieve the best possible outcome.

The Difference

No Gimmicks Just Science

In a matter of hours this molecule can make a significant difference in the lives of patients suffering from depression. Set up a consultation today because the next 24 hours could change the trajectory of your recovery.

All levels of care

Intensive Outpatient (IOP)
At a time and intensity
that matches your need...
Partial Hospitalization (PHP)
One-on-One Intensive

Disorders that we treat

Know more about our special approach of the conditions that we treat

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Anxiety

General, Health, Social, etc.

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OCD

Obsesive Compulsive

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SM

Selective Mutism

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ADHD

Attention-Deficit

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Co-occuring

Co-occurring

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Mood Disorder

Bipolar, Depression, Disruptive

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PSTD

Traumas & Stress

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PANS & PANDAS

Pediatric Neuropsychiatric

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ODD

Opposicional Defian Disorder

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Phobias

Irrational fears

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BDD

Body Dismorphic

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SR

School Refusal

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Autism

Body Dismorphic

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