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Affordable ketamine therapy in Northbrook - MD Infusions

Treatment starts with a total of six, one-hour infusions given 2-3 times per week for 2-3 weeks.

Maintenance therapy consists of a one-hour treatment given approximately every 4 weeks. This
interval may vary depending on the length of response to initial therapy.

Price: $475 per infusion

Pre-Pay Initial 6 Infusions at $399 per infusion.

We provide concierge service to get you feeling better

Our concierge service includes access to your physician, convenience of scheduling, and collaboration with your team, all delivered by experienced nurses and doctors.


You can speak to a physician at anytime, whether it be before, during or after your appointment.


Make your appointment the same day, or when it works for your schedule.


We work with your primary care doctor, therapist, or psychiatrist to optimize your results.


All of our physicians have over 15 years experience with ketamine and mental health issues.

frequently asked questions

You will be greeted upon arrival and shown to your treatment room. Our doctor will review your treatment plan with you, and your nurse will place the IV. The Ketamine infusion lasts 45 minutes, followed by about 30 min of post-infusion relaxation. Plan on a total time of 1 hour and 15 min.

Our protocol is a course of six, 1-hour treatments given over the course of 2-3 weeks (approximately every 2-3 days between treatments). Following this booster treatments are given once every 3-6 weeks depending on your specific needs.

Although Ketamine is FDA approved for anesthesia, low-dose Ketamine infusion for the treatment of mood disorders is an off-label usage of the medication. Off-label uses of medications are not covered by insurance.

Absolutely no driving for 12 hours after a treatment. You should not consume alcohol or make major financial or legal decisions for 24 hours after a treatment.

Common side-effects, during and immediately after treatment, include nausea, dizziness, minor visual blurring, or minor HA

Ketamine should not be used as a first line therapy for mood disorders. Ketamine is not recommended for the treatment of psychosis.

Ketamine therapy should not be administered to those with hypertension, heart disease, kidney problems or liver failure.

Not at this time.

Ketamine is not physically habit forming. It has been abused as a street drug at high doses (several times the dose given for depression). Ketamine addiction has not been described in the setting of mood disorder treatment.

There is research supporting the use of ketamine for treatment resistant mood disorders. Research is on-going with numerous studies being released yearly exploring ketamine’s effectiveness. Please see our “Scientific of Ketamine”  web page for more information.

What is Ketamine?

Ketamine is an anesthesia that blocks the NMDA receptor. Ketamine was put on WHO’s List of Essential Medicines because it’s safe and effective for surgery, but more recently studies have shown ketamine treatment can effect rapid improvement in mood with reduction suicidality compared to people who receive placebos or another medication.

Why Innovative Ketamine?

Depression is a challenging condition for everyone to cope with. There are many who find relief in traditional treatments, but there’s been an increase of people struggling without it or experiencing treatment-resistant depression that doesn’t respond well enough to medication–neither does psychotherapy alone provide the answers they need when their mood and thoughts spiral out into panic attacks and feelings of hopelessness. That’s why we offer ketamine infusions because ketamine has shown great promise during small studies where subjects experienced rapid improvements after receiving only 3 intravenous infusion sessions over 2 days each lasting just 20 minutes followed by another single dose 7 hours later.


We’ve seen success rates as high 75% for the treatment of depression, and if you or someone in your life is suffering from this illness it’s time to get back on track. Schedule an appointment today!

Is Ketamine Right For Me?

Ketamine is a fast-acting antidepressant that could be right for you. Adults age 18 or older who suffer from severe depression and have not been successful with traditional treatments are eligible to try ketamine therapy, our evaluation will include medical history questions as well basic lab results before starting treatments owe can ensure safety in this new approach.

What Are The Risks?

For depression, the doses of ketamine used in therapy are much lower than what’s given as anesthesia. This makes it safe and not nearly as risky–though there can still be some side effects such as a change to blood pressure or heart rate that we’ll monitor throughout your treatment with us today! Longer-term risks include urinary symptoms (which might happen), cognitive impairment over time due to long-term use of this drug -and substance abuse disorders if any were present before you came here today for care… We want all patients aware though; these issues may come up again but won’t hurt them unless something happens like another injury while they’re unconscious from receiving our medication.