Anxiety & Depression

Ketamine Infusion How effective is it really? Effectiveness of Major Depressive Disorder

Ketamine Infusion Effectiveness for Major Depressive Disorder

Ketamine Infusions: 70-75%

Electroconvulsive Therapy (ECT): 50-60%

Multiple Antidepressants: 48%

Vagus nerve stimulation: 40%

Single Antipressant: 36%

Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation (TMS): 34%

Cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT): 32%

Existing Research on Ketamine Therapy

Starting in 2000 with a study published by Yale, Ketamine for depression was first shown to be a rapid, effective treatment. 

Dozens more studies have been conducted by Yale and other major institutions, including the National Institute of Health, the Veterans Administration, Harvard, Johns Hopkins, Mount Sinai Medical School and Oxford University.

Psychotherapy is an important component of depression treatment. Therapy can be helpful in teaching a patient new ways of thinking, behaving, and changing habits that may be contributing to their depression.

 Often, therapy can help uncover difficult relationships or situations that may be causing the depression or making it worse.


At Restorative Health Primary Care & Ketamine our focus is to improve your health  through the safest, most effective and affordable options available.  We focus on health promotion rather than disease management.  We do this by tailoring your experience from the very beginning.  Our providers have a variety of tools available to them to ensure that you have  the highest probability of seeing positive results.   With options starting at $180 our pricing is designed to be as economically as possible.   We look forward to working with you to improve your health.    

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