Receiving Ketamine and/or drugs during pregnancy may be harmful to a developing fetus. It is the policy of Virginia Infusion Therapies that women who are pregnant, breastfeeding or who may be pregnant, should not undergo IV Ketamine Infusion.

If you are a woman who is pregnant or is breastfeeding, or if there is a chance you may be pregnant, please inform Virginia Infusion Therapies staff immediately. You have the option of taking a pregnancy test in our office prior to your infusion.

Virginia Infusion Therapies

The First Ketamine Clinic in Northern Virginia

Virginia Infusion Therapies is one of the the first Ketamine Clinics in Northern Virginia, and the first clinic in Loudoun County to provide Ketamine infusion therapy for the treatment of Major Depression and Pain Conditions.  The clinic was established by four physicians in Loudoun who, through their professional experiences in medicine and their personal family experiences with depression, recognized that there are major problems in the recognition and treatment of depression.  They recognized that Major Depression, Post-Traumatic Stress Syndrome, and some pain conditions are often medical emergencies that requires treatments that are more effective…  and more effective IMMEDIATELY.  

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