We opened Midwest Alternative Treatment Clinic to help patients who suffer from depression, anxiety, addiction, and PTSD.
Ketamine, along with other psychedelic treatments, are showing great promise to improve the lives of people who suffer from these conditions. The door to psychedelic medicine research has finally been opened. For many patients there’s no way out of the spiral of worsening symptoms despite regular psychiatric medicine and therapy. It’s not often you find something in medicine so novel and convincing that you believe it will be life changing for patients. Now, with Ketamine treatment, a new path to improved mental health is being established.
In addition to administering ketamine safely and effectively, we strive to be different from other Ketamine clinics in two ways.
Focus On Four Conditions
Ketamine is being used to treat a range of mental health and pain conditions. We only treat patients with depression, anxiety, addiction, and PTSD. We feel it’s important to focus so we can stay up to date on developments in treating each one and on research into ketamine for those areas. The more we know the better we can treat patients. Specializing is important.
Be The Best Partner To Your Care Team
Providers who are treating patients for depression, anxiety, addiction, and /or PTSD need information about ketamine treatments:
- Have you improved after treatment?
- What was your experience during treatment?
Our treatment protocol includes diagnostics before and after the induction phase. We share those results with the patient’s providers.
In addition to treating patients in our office, we partner with the KetaTherapy team at Sankofa Psychological Services (SPS) in their downtown office. SPS KetaTherapy combines mental health care treatment with IV infusions into an integrated treatment. To learn more and to schedule treatments go to the SPS KetaTherapy page or call them at 312-344-1081 and ask for Ketamine Collaboration.
We’ve designed our clinic to be inviting. Treatment rooms have soft lighting, comfortable chairs, and soothing music. Patients can bring their own music if they prefer.