Spokane Journal of Business

Ketamine Clinic of Spokane moves to larger space


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The Ketamine Clinic of Spokane has relocated to 3707 S. Grand, on Spokane’s South Hill, from its previous location at 907 S. Perry, in the South Perry District.

The 2-year-old clinic has seen rapid growth in its client base and needed more room, says Ketamine Clinic co-owner Tina Gordon. Gordon owns the company along with Josh Spartz. Gordon, Spartz, and Allen Wiemer are board-certified nurse anesthetists and conduct ketamine infusion therapies at the clinic.

The clinic now has 12 times more room than in their previous 100-square-foot clinic, Gordon says of their basement suite in the Grande Corner Professional Building.

The trio administers ketamine to aid the treatment of depression, post-traumatic stress disorder, anxiety, postpartum depression, and recurrent migraines. Ketamine infusion currently is one of the most researched treatments in aiding psychotherapy due to its high efficacy rate compared with other treatments, Gordon says.

Clients treated at the Ketamine Clinic must be referred by their psychiatrists.

 “As ketamine becomes more mainstream, it’s getting more attention,” Gordon says. “Our clients are from Seattle, from across the Inland Northwest, including into Idaho and Montana.”

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