Oak Brook, IL
Chicago, IL

Advanced Ketamine Care

Many who suffer from mental illness feel isolated or alone. The number of people who experience mental health issues is staggeringly high. Over half of Americans will be diagnosed with a mental illness or anxiety disorder at some point in their lifetime. Here at Advanced Ketamine Care, AKC, we offer hope for those who have been unable to find relief from their depression and anxiety disorders through traditional treatments. At AKC we have extensive experience in providing IV Ketamine, having been the very first Psychiatric private practice in Illinois to offer this breakthrough treatment. With over 500 infusions in our first two years, we have had the opportunity to help improve quality of life for so many. Advanced Ketamine Care has been on the forefront of this new and potentially life changing treatment.

At Advanced Ketamine Care, we offer cutting-edge methods of treatment that have led to remarkable results. We treat patients with a variety of psychiatric illnesses, including:

  • Major Depression Disorder
  • Anxiety Disorders, including Panic Disorder, PTSD (Post Traumatic Stress Disorder) OCD (Obsessive Compulsive Disorder)
  • Bipolar Disorder
  • Schizophrenia/Schizoaffective disorder
  • Adult ADD

Having worked with many patients suffering from these conditions, AKC is well aware of how painful and disabling each can be. We are ready and willing to help you control and manage your symptoms so that you can live a productive, comfortable, and enjoyable life. Don’t suffer with symptoms that make life chaotic and unpredictable, or force you to retreat because it is too difficult to explain your feelings or behavior.

Let Advanced Ketamine Care be part of your care team.

Innovative Approaches Lead to More Effective Psychiatric Treatment

IV Ketamine therapy is revolutionary. It can significantly diminish the symptoms of depression and anxiety disorders in 70% of patients that receive the treatment. Several key scientific studies have shown IV Ketamine to dramatically reduce symptoms for those who have suffered, sometimes for decades, with depression and anxiety disorders. These key studies include a study from the National Institute of Mental Health Study, as well as a study conducted at Yale University. Ketamine has been used as an anesthetic since the 1960s, and while not yet FDA approved for the treatment of depression, it has been safely used in operating rooms for decades.

  • Utilizing technology also provides a variety of tools for a multifaceted treatment plan.
  • Genetic testing is used to analyze an individual’s DNA in order to gain a clearer understanding of what medications would be most affected with the least side effects based on genetic makeup.
  • Patients use a secured cellphone app, Mood Monitor, to help track their daily moods as well as guide and coordinate care.
  • Tele-psychiatry provides patients with busy schedules a secure and convenient way to continue their care from home or work.
  • Evolving technology offers new insights, information, and tools to maximum successful treatment for our patients.

What Is Mental Illness

Mental health is our emotional, psychological, and social well-being. It affects how we think, feel, and act. It also helps determine how we handle stress, relate to others, and make healthy choices. Mental illnesses are conditions that affect a person’s thinking, feeling, mood or behavior, such as depression, PTSD, anxiety, or bipolar disorder.

It can be occasional or chronic (long lasting) and can seriously impact someone’s day-to-day activities and impair relationships. According to the National Institute for Mental Health 1 in 5 adults lives with mental illness. Up to 14 million people who suffer, yet only about half receive treatment. Of those who receive care 30% are treatment resistant and do not respond to traditional treatments. Often times those who suffer from depression or anxiety disorders have been unable to fully engage in life and have longed for a pain free life. Simply put, they want their life back.

Comprehensive Psychiatric Care

At Advanced Ketamine Care we recognize the importance of comprehensive psychiatric care in recovery from depression and anxiety disorders. We have board certified Psychiatrists, and offer Psychiatric services including medication management for active Ketamine patients. Due to the complexity of medications, and the intricate nature of depression of anxiety disorders, we know how important all aspects of mental health are both at the time of treatment as well as the periods between treatments. Our team of mental health professionals, nurses, management, and caring staff work together to create a warm and inviting environment for patients and encourage the healing. In our state of the art facilities our infusion rooms are designed to be exceptionally quiet and serene. We use electronic devices that allow connection to a variety of options for music or white noise. Patients relax in our motorized reclining chairs for optimum comfort. We make every effort to maintain a positive healing environment.


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