Dealing with a chronic health condition, such as chronic pain, complex regional pain syndrome, migraines, treatment-resistant depression, or post-traumatic stress disorder? Ketamine infusions have repeatedly shown positive outcomes in these populations. Book a free consult today! Call our office at 573-507-6580 or email us at
Why Ketamine Therapy?
Ketamine is showing results in chronic pain sufferers by providing relief for various issues, including...
complex regional pain syndrome
treatment resistant depression
traumatic spinal cord injury
post traumatic stress disorder
WHAT TO EXPECT
Your Ketamine Treatments will be highly customized by our trained health experts who will discuss your desired outcome and recommend the right treatment plan for you. Our free consultation is designed to determine if ketamine infusions could reduce your symptoms. Due to the powerful nature of this drug, Ketamine Treatments can only be booked after your consultation.
Disclaimer: Certain health conditions may prevent you from receiving an IV infusion, including but not limited to congestive heart failure, renal failure, or pregnancy. Make sure you disclose your health history prior to your infusion with our health care professionals for your safety.
Frequently asked questions
What is Ketamine?
Ketamine is a drug used regularly in anesthesia for a wide variety of treatments, including general anesthesia and pain relief. In addition to anesthesia, ketamine is becoming more widely used in subanesthetic doses to provide relief in acute and chronic pain settings. Ketamine has gained popularity in pain relief as an alternative to opioids, being used regularly for surgical and pathological pain. More recently, ketamine is trending in the chronic pain arena providing relief for various chronic pain sufferers, including chronic migraines, and complex regional pain syndrome, as well as treatment-resistant depression, fibromyalgia, traumatic spinal cord injury, and post traumatic stress disorder.
Do you offer Mobile Ketamine Treatments?
No, we don’t. All appointments will take place at our Columbia, MO center during regular business hours.
How soon will I feel relief?
How long does the Ketamine Treatment take?
Will I need to bring someone with me? What should I expect after the treatment?
Yes, you will need to bring a support person with you that will be with you through your treatment and then stay with you for the next 12-24 hours. Plan to be at the clinic for approximately three (3) hours for each treatment. You may not operate heavy machinery or drive a car for 24 hours, and we ask that you do not make any major decisions within 24 hours of receiving this treatment.
Besides my support person, should I bring anything with me?
My Own Struggle With Pain
How Ketamine Therapy changed Morpheus owner, Jennifer Clark's, life
"Hi, I'm Jennifer, co-owner of Morpheus. I'm so excited that you are here! If you are dealing with chronic pain, I want you to know that you are not alone. For over five years, I had suffered from daily chronic migraines. I was miserable, and nothing I did seemed to provide me with lasting results. However, I started hearing about research linking ketamine to positive results in chronic pain sufferers. I figured I didn't have anything to lose and received a treatment to help with my daily intense pain. It worked so well for me that I knew I needed to spread the word on this treatment. After this life-changing experience, I decided to make it my goal to open a local ketamine infusion clinic. If you are experiencing chronic pain on a daily basis we should chat.