Welcome to Infuse Wellness, the only hydration lounge and leading ketamine clinic in Southwest Michigan.

Are You a Candidate?

For the treatment of depression and other psychiatric disorders, ketamine infusions are 70% effective. Are you a candidate? 


Infuse Wellness has a simple mission: to renew the minds and bodies of those suffering from depression, psychiatric conditions, chronic discomfort and anyone wanting to take control of their overall wellness. Through ketamine infusion therapy and other time-tested wellness services, such as IV hydration, micronutrients, and vitamins, our ketamine clinic and hydration lounge is certain to bring hope to those who have none and improve the health and wellness of many.


Ketamine Infusion Therapy

Ketamine infusions are highly effective for the treatment of depression, anxiety, PTSD, bipolar disorder, migraine headaches, and more.


COMING SOON! Mobile IV Hydration Therapy

IV hydration therapy is a healthy and holistic solution for overindulgence, athletic recovery, and the general symptoms of dehydration.



Infuse Wellness takes an integrative approach to mind-body wellness, leveraging the power of ketamine for depression and hydration for overall wellbeing.

“Most drugs would wear off after a time—usually a year or two—and then I would have to up the dosage or change drugs,” she says. “It was like a roller coaster figuring out what would work next for me…almost immediately, my mind became clear after my [ketamine] treatments because when you’re going through depression your mind is in a fog. I was alert and no longer crying or emotional all the time. It was truly a miracle drug for me.


“This is a game changer…With most medications, like valium, the anti-anxiety effect you get only lasts when it is in your system. When the valium goes away, you can get rebound anxiety. When you take ketamine, it triggers reactions in your cortex that enable brain connections to regrow. It’s the reaction to ketamine, not the presence of ketamine in the body that constitutes its effects.” 

John Krystal, MD

Chief Psychiatrist, Yale University

Ketamine Infusion FAQs

With any new depression treatment, there are always a lot of questions. Here are some answers to common questions about ketamine for depression. Still have questions? Contact us!

Is ketamine safe?

Ketamine has been an FDA-approved medication since the 1970s, and is listed on the World Health Organization’s list of essential medications. When administered by a qualified medical professional and used as directed, ketamine is very safe—and very effective for the treatment of depression.

Will ketamine work for me?

Ketamine is effective for up to 70% of patients—even those who have resisted other depression treatments in the past. We cannot say whether ketamine will work for you, but with such an impressive track record, it’s certainly worth exploring.

Is ketamine addictive?

The short answer is: no. Ketamine is not a physically addictive substance. When abused in a recreational setting, psychological dependence can develop. Ketamine infusions, when used to treat depression, are administered in doses much smaller than what would be used in a recreational setting. Furthermore, ketamine infusions are only administered in a clinic, under the supervision of a highly-trained nurse or physician—patients do not receive “take home” doses.

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