West Michigan Ketamine Clinics

Mental Health clinic and Ketamine Clinic located in Grand Rapids, MI

West Michigan Ketamine Clinics provides specialized ketamine therapy services for women and men of all ages living in Wyoming, Michigan, and the surrounding West Michigan area. Ketamine has a proven track record for aiding in the treatment of a wide range of physical and mental health disorders. Co-founder Nicholas Kolascz, CRNA, is a board-certified nurse anesthetist who has considerable experience using ketamine and is the clinic’s head of infusion services.

The team at West Michigan Ketamine Clinics takes an individualized approach to patient care, making continual adjustments for each patient to ensure the best results. Team members provide the highest standards and safest protocols for all their clients in an open-minded environment where patient safety comes first. 

West Michigan Ketamine Clinics is the first specialized location in the Greater Wyoming area that provides this type of ketamine therapy, offering both carefully prepared courses of ketamine infusions and maintenance therapy. They also provide patients with nasal sprays or lozenges to use at home to prolong the benefits of their ketamine therapy.

Nicholas and his fellow team members at West Michigan Ketamine Clinics are highly qualified and have extensive experience in delivering ketamine therapy for such disorders as treatment-resistant depression, anxiety, obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD), post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), complex regional pain syndrome (CRPS), neuralgia, fibromyalgia, and more. They are members of the American Society of Ketamine Physicians and the American Association of Nurse Anesthetists. Everyone on the team stays up-to-date with the most current research to ensure optimal treatment outcomes.

Patients at West Michigan Ketamine Clinics have their treatment in private rooms with knowledgeable, welcoming staff who respect their confidentiality and are dedicated to improving patient health. The practice also offers flexible scheduling for patient convenience. 

To find out more about the benefits of ketamine therapy, call West Michigan Ketamine Clinics today or book an appointment online.

Our Services




Bipolar Disorder



Chronic Pain


We Offer Financing





    • Trained Anesthesia providers
    • Board Certified Nurse Anesthetist
    • Working in sync with Keystone Pharmacy (formulate nasal spray and Troche Lozenges)
    • Dr. Coates has participated in over 100 FDA clinical trials for new treatments. He is board-certified in both internal medicine and gastroenterology




    •  Members of the ASKP (providers are up to date with the most current research)
    •  AANA

What is Ketamine?

Ketamine was born and raised in Michigan, and is one of today's safest anesthetics. Its biochemical foundation was synthesized in the late 1950s in Detroit, MI. Ketamine has been FDA approved for use in humans as a dissociative anesthetic since 1970. It was then utilized on the battlefield by soliders during the Vietnam war. Currently its main use is as an anesthetic in the operating room given by an anesthesia provider. However, over the past 15 years ketamine has found itself to be effective outside the operating room again. When given as an intravenous infusion at sub-anesthetic doses it has been highly effective in alleviating symptoms in many mood disorders, chronic pain and even reversing suicidal behavior.

Ketamine Treatment

WM Ketamine Clinics offers IV infusion therapy to those suffering from depression, OCD, PTSD, and various forms of neuro-pathic pain. We are a clean state of the art facility. Infusion therapy is uniquely tailored to each individual based on their diagnosis, and the severity of their symptoms. At WM Ketamine clinics patient safety is our priority. During infusions each patient has their own room, which offers certain amenities (dimmer light switch, white noise maker, sleep mask, etc...) that create the most relaxing environment possibly based on each individuals preferences. Also, all patients are connected to cardiac monitors during their infusion, and have qualified staff routinely checking on them, and recording their blood pressure, oxygen saturation, and heart rate.




Pre-Infusion Instructions

  • The Do’s

    1. Driver required. On arrival, be sure we know your driver's name, phone number, and how we will be able to reach them.
    2. Bring Valid ID
    3. Take all prescribed medications unless specifically instructed by your WMKCs anesthesia services provider.
    4. Dress comfortably. Consider loose-fitting clothing with access to your shoulders and arms.
    5. Bring headphones/earbuds and a portable device that plays music. We encourage you to listen to something relaxing, such as an instrumental, white noise, etc... that is at least 45 minutes long.
    6. We have pillows and blankets available, but feel free to bring your own from home if desired.
    • *Failure to follow these instructions will result in cancellation or delayed treatment.

    The Dont's

    1. Avoid eating a large meal for 4 hours before your infusion. Drinking water, and/or eating a snack is fine.
    2. Avoid consuming alcohol and acetaminophen products (Tylenol) 24 hours before and after your infusion.
    • *Failure to follow these instructions will result in cancellation or delayed treatment.







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Words from our patients

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    "...I was comfortable. I felt so well cared for and confident in the treatment..."

    James Panter
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    "...I could write a book on how pleased I am. I am content and at peace on the inside. My prayers have been answered, and for that I am forever grateful!"

    Quinne Cashin
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    "Nick and this clinic have changed my life beyond words...."

    Eric Bacarella
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    "...My husband looked at me with tears in his eyes today and said "I owe my life to Dr. Nick, this is the first time, since 2008, that I've been completely pain free.".."

    Jasmine Lynne


West Michigan Ketamine Clinics
2093 Health Dr SW, STE 201
Wyoming, MI 49519
Phone: 616-207-2819
Fax: 616-452-4142

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