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Ketamine Treatments for Chronic Pain

legal, safe, and effective relief in TORRINGTON, WYOMING


How Can Wyoming Wellness Center’s Ketamine Infusions Relieve My Chronic Pain?


If you are one of the 20% of Americans with chronic pain conditions, you might feel like you have tried everything. While opioids have been regarded as one of the most effective treatments for chronic pain, they also have been linked to a high rate of addiction. 

Fortunately, ketamine treatments can show amazing results for helping manage the symptoms you may be feeling from your chronic pain. Ketamine treatments are legal, safe, and effective.  At Wyoming Wellness Center, you will meet with Tracy Richard CRNA, APRN to go over possible options to help with your chronic pain condition.


We believe that everyone deserves to feel good and be happy. If you are looking for a different and safe pain management therapy, call the Wyoming Wellness Center or go online to schedule a consultation today for a personalized chronic pain management plan. 

Am I a Candidate for Wyoming Wellness Center Ketamine Treatments for Chronic Pain?

You might be a candidate if: 
  • You’ve been formally diagnosed with a chronic pain condition

  • You’re open to attending mental health counseling before and after a therapy

  • You understand that this treatment is outside of the coverage of insurance


The Wyoming Wellness Center considers candidates for ketamine treatments for the following types of pain: 
  • Headaches and migraines

  • Post surgical pain

  • Back pain

  • Cancer pain

  • Arthritis pain

  • Neurogenic pain

  • Psychogenic pain

  • Fibromyalgia

  • Neuropathic pain

  • Complex regional pain syndrome

  • Traumatic spinal cord injury


     Are you a candidate for this treatment? Click here to learn more. 


If chronic pain is interfering with your life, call the Wyoming Wellness Center to make an appointment or schedule a consultation online today for safe, addiction-free pain management. 

How Do Ketamine Treatments for Chronic Pain Work? 

Ketamine works directly on the brain by blocking certain pain receptors and creating new neural pathways and synapses. For chronic pain, this can mean relief from some or all symptoms and aid in the healing process. 


This pain relief, coupled with its effectiveness and lack of side effects, has made it a forerunner for non-traditional pain treatment. In fact, the FDA is taking notice and ketamine is on the path to being approved for first-line treatment of chronic pain and drug-resistant depression. 

     Learn more about ketamine treatments for chronic pain.

Benefits of Ketamine Treatments for Chronic Pain 


Ketamine treatments are gaining popularity in Wyoming and across the United States because of they may decrease your need for opioids and painkillers, offer long-lasting pain relief, and may improve your quality of life. 

Decreased Need for Opioids and Painkillers

One of the biggest benefits of ketamine for chronic pain treatment is the decreased need for opioid painkillers. Long-term opioid use can lead to complications, increased tolerance, or addiction. If you suffer from chronic pain, ketamine might be a great alternative to these traditional medications.  Additionally, the relief from ketamine comes quickly and continues to last long beyond your treatment. Ketamine restores neural pathways, which can lead to long-term relief. It also helps to block pain pathways, allowing for relief from pain.


Increased Quality of Life

The relief from ketamine can affect other areas of your life. Chronic pain may rob you of sleep, make it hard to work or attend functions, and affect your relationships. Depression, anxiety, loss of enjoyment, and other emotional factors can be linked to chronic pain. Ketamine treatments are a safe, non-addictive way to treat ongoing chronic pain, while also helping to alleviate the emotional effects of the pain.

Long-Lasting Pain Relief

This relief is long-lasting. Research finds that up to 80% of patients respond favorably to ketamine infusion therapy. 60-70% of patients show symptom relief after just one infusion, while 70-80% of patients display symptom improvement after undergoing a three-week or longer treatment regime. Your provider will work with you to determine a customized treatment plan for your pain management.


The Treatment Process

Before Treatment: CONSIDER Working with a Mental Health Provider

It is recommended that you see a mental health counselor before, during, and after your Ketamine therapy for mental health. Learn more about why.

  • Personalized Care Plan
  • Relaxing Setting
  • Therapeutic Doses
  • Specialized Equipment
  • Team of Specialists

    Read an in-depth description of the process here. 

Pricing for Chronic Pain Treatments

We are proud to offer a 10% military, first responder, and veteran discount. At this time, we are unable to accept insurance for ketamine therapies. Learn why here.

Required Initial Medical Evaluation for all Ketamine Therapy Clients $250-$300
  • Your consultation consists of a history and physical and is considered an evaluation interview and exam. The investment is $250 unless a more extensive work-up is needed (consultation with PCP, Labs, extensive review of multiple medical records, etc.), at which point your investment will be $300

Investment: $250-300 Initial Consultation

Ketamine Intravenous Infusion for Chronic Pain

Your ketamine IV treatment for chronic pain will last for four hours (3-hour infusion and at least a 1-hour recovery), and we require a minimum of three treatments. For most chronic pain patients, we recommend a plan of six treatments over 3 to 6 weeks.

Our staff at Wyoming Wellness Center recognize that every patient is unique and that individual responses to ketamine treatments will vary. Your individual symptoms, needs, and goals of care will determine your course of treatment. 

For most chronic pain patients, we recommend a plan of six treatments; however, we will tailor a plan to you, based on severity of your symptoms, medical history, etc.

Investment: $800 per infusion


Booster treatments
  • After your IV treatment plan is completed, you will come back for “booster” infusions on an as-needed basis, based on your symptoms and perceptions of returning pain. Typically, patients return every 4-6 weeks, sometimes longer.


Investment: $800 per Booster

  • After your IV treatments, you may be able to transition to at-home oral ketamine troche, (pronounced “trokey”).  A troche is a small, waxy tablet designed to dissolve slowly over 10 minutes or so when placed under the tongue, much like a cough drop.. If possible, a transition may be made to troches, which will decrease the number of IV “boosters” you may need.  This will require a 20-minute office or telehealth visit monthly to address any changes and send out a new monthly Ketamine troches prescription. 

Investment:  $50 per Visit (In-Office or Telehealth) + Prescription Price.

Payment Types 

We accept credit/debit cards, cash, or cashiers checks made payable to Wyoming Wellness Center. HSA and FSA health spending accounts can also be used to pay for ketamine therapy services.​ 



Connect With Us Today 

At Wyoming Wellness Center, we offer the best possible care in our state-of-the-art facility. Our highly experienced, trained, and compassionate team consists of providers who have carefully considered the research and results of IV ketamine infusion therapy. 


You don’t have to suffer from chronic pain. A ketamine infusion could offer significant relief. In addition to relieving chronic pain conditions, our providers use ketamine infusions to help treat severe depression, severe anxiety, PTSD, severe postpartum depression, and suicidal thoughts. 


Wyoming Wellness Center is your best option for treatment because of our amazing staff, competitive pricing, and love for our patients. Located only two hours from Fort Collins and three hours from Denver, we are also easily accessible to Colorado Residents seeking affordable and personalized relief from chronic pain. 

      To learn if it’s right for you, contact us today. 

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