Ketamine Clinics Surge in Popularity for Treating Severe Depression

Ketamine Clinics Surge in Popularity for Treating Severe Depression.

In late 2022, Sarah Gutilla, a 34-year-old raised in foster care with a traumatic past faced severe treatment-resistance depression. Her husband paid $600 for her to undergo the first of six ketamine therapy sessions at Ketamine Clinics Los Angeles. This was a significant step for Gutilla, who hadn’t left her home for two years. She immediately reported relief after her first treatment.

Ketamine Clinics, offering treatment for various mental health issues like depression and anxiety, have rapidly increased across the U.S. There are now between 500 and 750 such clinics, with the industry valued at $3.1 billion in 2022 and expected to grow to $6.9 billion by 2030.

“The drug is now popular enough as a mental health treatment that the name of Mandel’s clinic is a daily sight for thousands of Angelenos, as it appears on 26 Adopt A Highway signs along the 405 and 10 freeways”.

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