Safe, Professionally Administered Ketamine – Your Reset on Life

Ketamine infusion therapy represents a novel approach to many psychiatric disorders, including, Major Depression, Bi-Polar Depression, PTSD (Post Traumatic Stress Disorder), and OCD (Obsessive Compulsive Disorder). Recent scientific literature has demonstrated that approximately 60-80% of patients can experience significant improvement in their symptoms within hours. Led by Physician Anesthesiologists and Physician Psychiatrists, Ketamine Clinics of Northern California are committed to bringing this life-saving & life-changing treatment to our patients. We recognize that intravenous Ketamine therapy represents a springboard to your recovery that entails additional therapy. For this reason, Ketamine Clinics of Northern California consult directly with our Board-Certified Physician Psychiatrists who in turn, consult with your provider to optimize our chances of success for your Ketamine infusion therapy.


Intravenous Ketamine has an impressive safety record as a sedative agent since the 1960s and 1970s -where it was initially utilized as a battlefield anesthetic in Vietnam. To this day, it remains one of the most cardiorespiratory stable medications in any Anesthesiologist’s armamentarium. With Ketamine Clinics of Northern California, your therapy takes place at our AAAHC (Accreditation Association for Ambulatory Health Care) center which is certified to perform general anesthesia -an absolute rarity among ketamine clinics. Although your infusion does not constitute general anesthesia, your treatment takes place in the safest of environments.

Professionally Administered

At Ketamine Clinics of Northern California, all Ketamine infusions are performed and monitored by board certified anesthesia providers. We have the personnel, facility, certification, emergency equipment, and physician-led team for your infusion experience. As mentioned, we consult directly with our Board-Certified Physician Psychiatrists to plan your infusion treatment. This partnership between Anesthesiologists and mental health professionals represents another anomaly among ketamine clinics. We believe that by working together, we will maximize your opportunity for recovery.

Your Reset on Life

Simply stated, Ketamine’s successful treatment of psychiatric disorders can be thought of as a “rebooting of the brain and brain neurons.” For those interested in more mechanistic detail, promising studies show that Ketamine’s blockade of NMDA receptors results in a reflex burst of available neurotransmitter glutamate and immediate induction of synaptogenesis between neurons. Regardless of the mechanism, Ketamine can work for your “Your Reset On Life.”