To find out if ketamine infusions are right for you, the first step is to contact us.
Either call Aspen Comprehensive Health Interventions at 970-544-1441 or email us at info@aspenCHI.com
We will suggest an evaluation with our psychiatrist and our anesthesiologist. At ACHI, we believe in treating every patient with an individualized plan catered to the problem that we are trying to remedy. With this process, in which our physicians take the time to reevaluate each person, we believe that we can accomplish better clinical outcomes.
After your initial evaluation, you will be set up with an infusion protocol that has been proven effective.
Per infusion rate - $600.00
Recommended package is 4-6 infusions.
Psychiatrist referral recommended
and should be arranged by the patient.
*Patient forms will be available at your initial appointment.
Please be secure in knowing that we want to make this treatment process as easy and as effective as possible for you.
Major Depression is also known as Unipolar Depression to distinguish it from Bipolar Depression. Patients with major depression have persistent feelings of sadness and loss of interest without signs of mania. Postpartum depression is a form of major depression that occurs after childbirth.
Also known as manic depression as these patients have both episodes of depression and mania. Ketamine treats the depressive episodes (not mania).
Many patients with anxiety disorders also suffer from depression. Anxiety and depression are believed to stem from the same biological vulnerability.
PTSD often occurs after a traumatic event such as combat exposure, sexual or physical abuse/assault, serious accidents, or natural disasters. Reliving the event (flashback) is a common symptom of PTSD.
OCD is characterized by unreasonable thoughts and fears (obsessions) that lead to repetitive behaviors (compulsions). Example: Fear of germs leads to compulsive washing of hands until they are sore and chapped.