Ketamine Wellness Centers Houston, Texas

Address: 12807 Haynes Rd. Building A, Unit 1
City/State: Houston, TX 77066

Phone: (855) 538-9355
Fax: 1-844-KET-WELL (1-844-538-9355)

Office Hours: Monday – Friday: 9:00 am – 6:00 pm

Expert Ketamine and SPRAVATO® Care in Houston, Texas

Ketamine Wellness Centers is proud to serve our community in Houston, Texas. KWC is the recognized leader in state-of-the-art Ketamine and SPRAVATO® care with multiple clinics located coast to coast including Houston. KWC’s clinical expertise and evidence-based supportive care can provide sustained relief from chronic pain or significant depression that hasn’t responded to other treatments. We are honored to offer help and new hope to our many patients in Houston and South Texas.

This innovative clinic offers our signature clinical program of low-dose IV Ketamine infusion and also SPRAVATO® treatments. Each treatment room features comfortable seating/reclining, and plenty of media options. Your comfort, safety, and privacy are our foremost priority. Furthermore, an Office Administrator will follow up and check on your progress in the days and weeks after each of your treatments.

We appreciate that many of our patients travel across Texas because they specifically choose our clinic for their treatment. If we can help with travel arrangements, schedules or suggestions please call us.

If you’re in the Houston metro area and have been considering this innovative therapy, please give us a call at 855-KET-WELL or fill out the form on this page and we’ll connect you to a Patient Liaison who can answer any of your questions, as well as walk you through our clinical program.

There is hope. There is help.

Insurance Coverage for Pain Treatments

Search our list of in-network insurance carriers to check if we accept your insurance plan.

*Disclaimer: Ketamine is FDA approved for anesthesiology but its use in the treatment of mood disorders is still considered “off-label” severely limiting any insurance coverage of ketamine IV infusion.

Find Out If Ketamine is Right For You

Meet the Team

Lisha Gandhi, MSN, FNP-C Clinical Administrator, Houston

Lisha Gandhi, MSN, FNP-C

Clinical Administrator

Lisha is the Clinical Administrator at Ketamine Wellness Centers, Houston. She has worked in medical surgical units, progressive care cardiac units and has her MSN specializing as a Family Nurse Practitioner.
Bryan Calvert - Office Administrator, Houston

Bryan Calvert

Office Administrator

Bryan’s time and experiences in the military have given him insight into the mental and physical ailments that veterans and first responders must deal with.

Treatments


Ketamine Wellness Centers offers private treatment rooms for all of our patients. We have developed a low stimulation environment to allow the patients to focus on themselves, their thoughts, and their emotions during the treatment.

We understand your hope to be free of the symptoms of depression or pain and we appreciate that you have made a big decision in your care. At Ketamine Wellness Centers we take that responsibility seriously and that is why our standards exceed the standards in the community.

Neuropathic Pain

About 100 million Americans suffer from chronic pain. Chronic pain, defined as pain that lasts longer than six months, can be moderate or excruciating, episodic or continuous, inconvenient or totally incapacitating.

PTSD

When people hear the word PTSD they usually think military veterans. However, PTSD is a diagnosis, which relates to someone who may have experienced or witnessed a traumatic event.

Suicidality

Suicide can be a scary topic to talk about. People often avoid talking about suicide because they don’t know how to deal with it or how to provide proper support.

Obsessive Compulsive Disorder

According to the National Institute of Mental Health OCD affects about 2.2 million American adults. It strikes men and women in roughly equal numbers & usually appears in childhood, adolescence, or early adulthood.

Depression

The NIMH estimates that in the United States, 16 million adults had at least one major depressive episode in 2012. That’s a staggering 6.9 percent of the population.