Ketamine Clinic of Spokane
Ketamine Clinic of Spokane was born to swiftly help people suffering from drug-resistant depression (mood disorders) before the epidemic of suicide is realized. We understand people need a solid, fast-acting alternative to antidepressants with few side effects. That is what we are privileged to provide.
About Ketamine Clinic of Spokane
Many patients continue to suffer from disruptive symptoms of mood disorders despite conventional treatments, but the Ketamine Clinic of Spokane can help. The ketamine infusion center in Spokane, Washington, provides a fast-acting alternative to antidepressants for treatment-resistant psychiatric and neurological disorders.
The compassionate and professional providers at the Ketamine Clinic of Spokane have been serving adolescents and adults in the Greater Spokane area since 2017. As eastern Washington’s only ketamine providers, they treat a broad range of conditions, including depression, obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD), postpartum depression, anxiety disorders, and chronic migraines. Using innovative ketamine infusion therapy, they also provide rapid relief to patients experiencing suicidal ideation.
The Ketamine Clinic of Spokane accommodates patients with flexible hours and scheduling. Experienced providers fully monitor patients’ safety as they relax in a comfortable setting during ketamine infusion therapy. To learn more about ketamine infusion therapy, call the Ketamine Clinic of Spokane, or book an appointment online today.
Tina Gordon, MAE, CRNA
I am a Victoria native who obtained my RN Diploma in Edmonton, Alberta. I finished my BSn at the University of Washington and made my way to Gonzaga University for my masters in Anesthesia Education. I have practiced in all the hospitals in Spokane, performed locums in the Tri-Cities, as well as office anesthesia for the last 15 years. I have been searching for something more meaningful in my life. This opportunity to help those suffering and has brought me great personal satisfaction.
Josh Spartz, MS, CRNA
I am a Spokane native who attended Albany Medical College New York, receiving my masters in nurse anesthesia in 2009. I currently practice anesthesia at Holy Family Hospital, Sacred Heart Medical Center, and in the office setting. Previously, I have practiced at Berkshire Medical Center, Valley Hospital, and Deaconess Medical Center. Having personally been affected by depression and seeing mood disorders in family members allows me to add a personal touch to my care giving.