Woman smiling after ketamine therapy, content with the cost.
Man standing with arms extended and looking happy after ketamine therapy and content with the cost.


As more clinics and patients embrace Ketamine Infusion Therapy to improve mental health, many interested adults inquire about Ketamine prices. Point blank, the cost of Ketamine therapy varies per patient. The cost depends on numerous factors. Keep reading to learn more about these factors and ways to save on Ketamine Therapy.

What Is Ketamine?

Ketamine has long been used in the medical setting as an anesthetic. However, Ketamine is scientifically shown to have many therapeutic benefits on mental health, as well. Primarily, Ketamine is used as a fast-acting anti-depressant.

In 2019, Ketamine was hailed as the “most significant breakthrough for treating depression in half a century.” But depression is just the tip of the iceberg. Clinical research further shows Ketamine’s potential to improve suicidal thoughts, anxiety, addiction, PTSD, chronic pain, and more.

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How Does Ketamine Work?

Traditional anti-depressants dull symptoms of depression and anxiety. Ketamine targets the causes of depression and anxiety.

Scientists believe Ketamine improves mental illness by rewiring the neurons that affect your brain’s regions that influence your mood and behavior. Ketamine creates new pathways in the brain that promote mental health and wellness.

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Ketamine may improve symptoms of a variety of conditions. These conditions include:

  • Depression
  • Treatment-resistant depression
  • Bipolar disorder
  • Anxiety
  • Addiction
  • PTSD
  • Suicidal ideation
  • Migraines
  • Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder (OCD)
  • Chronic pain

Does Insurance Cover Ketamine Infusion Therapy?

The FDA does not yet clear ketamine infusions for depression.  But the science is strong, leading many mental health professionals to use Ketamine “off-label.” Unfortunately, insurance companies do not cover “off-label” uses of Ketamine. Therefore, Ketamine clinics offer the treatment on a “self-pay” basis.

How Much Does Ketamine Cost?

Most Ketamine clinics price their treatments per infusion, typically starting at $400 but may be higher depending on the dose, duration of treatment, and the condition being treated.

Most patients benefit from a full course of Ketamine infusions. These typically range from 6 to 10 sessions, spaced a few days apart over a 2-to-5-week period.

If Ketamine is right for you, your advocates at Ketamine Therapy LA at CRMC will customize a treatment plan that meets your needs and matches your budget. We will also discuss financing options.

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Ketamine Pricing Factors

The price per Ketamine infusion varies depending on which condition is being treated. Different conditions require different dosages. For example, Ketamine treatment for chronic pain requires a higher dose of Ketamine than treatment for addiction or anxiety. Therefore, treating pain with Ketamine typically costs more than treating anxiety with Ketamine.

Ketamine Treatment Costs in LOS ANGELES

As the premier clinic for Ketamine Infusion Therapy in West Hollywood, Ketamine Therapy LA at CRMC provides the highest standard of care at the most competitive prices in Los Angeles, CA. To determine how much Ketamine therapy may cost you and discover ways to save on your treatment, schedule a FREE consult with Ketamine Therapy LA at CRMC today.

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