Ketamine Wellness Centers Las Vegas, Nevada

Address: 7375 S. Pecos Rd. Suite 102
City/State: Las Vegas, NV 89120

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 Las Vegas, Nevada

Ketamine Wellness Centers (KWC), the recognized experts in ketamine infusion and SPRAVATO® therapy, now has a new, newest state-of-the-art clinic in Las Vegas, Nevada.

“Ketamine therapy is a proven huge advance in the treatment of major depression, anxiety, and chronic pain,” says Kevin Nicholson CEO and President. “Responsible ketamine therapy demands precisely controlled clinical settings staffed by experienced and knowledgeable medical professionals”.

As the largest ketamine therapy provider in the country, Ketamine Wellness Centers offers coast to coast care. Our latest Las Vegas clinic will now serve the entire Las Vegas Valley plus patients from across Nevada.

Over the past 10 years, KWC has provided safe and successful care in over 50,000 treatments. Each clinic combines a healing therapeutic environment with precise, tailored infusions and treatment plans individualized to each patient. A medical professional stays with the patient during every treatment providing continual medical monitoring and that extra level of reassurance.

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

Each treatment plan starts with comprehensive medical and psychological screening. After treatment, regular follow-ups from our team help track continued control of symptoms. Specialized, unique KWC support programs are also available.

If you or someone you love are considering truly exceptional ketamine or SPRAVATO® therapy in the Las Vegas, Nevada area, call us today at 855-KET-WELL or fill out the secure form on this page. We’ll connect you confidentially to an experienced Patient Liaison to answer any and all of your questions and walk you through exactly what you can expect during and after treatment.

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.

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Meet the Team

Esme Guevara

Esme Guevara

Office Administrator

Above all, Esme always prioritizes patient care and patient needs.


Support Dog

His favorite thing is meeting people so he was quick to volunteer as our KWC support dog!
Logan Johnson

Logan Johnson, PA-C

Clinical Administrator

Logan joined the KWC team as Clinical Administrator of the Las Vegas clinic in 2021, where he enjoys applying his skills and training to make the world a healthier and happier place one patient at a time.


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.

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