Welcome to Boulder’s First
Ketamine Infusion Clinic


Announcing Our New Location

 Coming Soon! In response to overwhelming demand, in May 2020 we are opening a second location at Drake Professional Park in Fort Collins. This will enable us to better serve patients in Northern-most Colorado, as well as Wyoming.

Transcendent Ketamine of Colorado
2629 Redwing Road, Suite 110
Fort Collins CO 80526
(303) 823-4882

Ketamine Therapy – A Mental Health Revolution

A paradigm shift is occurring in the field of mental health, a revolution of a magnitude greater than the introduction of the first SSRI, Prozac, in the 1980s. Ketamine, a medication first developed as a battlefield anesthetic during the Vietnam War era, has recently been shown to be dramatically effective in reversing severe, treatment-resistant depression. Suicidal patients are regaining the will to live. Patients debilitated with depression and anxiety are regaining their passions, repairing damaged relationships, going back to work, and resuming the lives they were meant to live. Indeed, the use of ketamine in sub-anesthetic doses to treat depression was one of the Cleveland Clinics’s annual list of The 10 Most Innovative Breakthroughs in Medicine for 2017. Learn more about ketamine therapy in our FAQ section.

Disorders & Conditions Helped By Ketamine Therapy

We created Boulder Mind Care in order to help people in the Front Range area of northern Colorado whose lives have been damaged by severe, “treatment-resistant” depression (TRD), severe anxiety (such as PTSD), and certain chronic pain syndromes (such as CRPS or RSD, migraines, phantom limb syndrome, and fibromyalgia).

About Boulder Mind Care

Colorado’s Top Ketamine Clinic

Boulder Mind Care was founded by Dr. Wade Grindle and Sarah Grindle. Dr. Grindle has been board-certified in anesthesiology since 1991 and holds medical licenses in Colorado and Arizona. Among his licensures and memberships, Dr. Grindle is a member of the American Society of Ketamine Physicians, the American Society of Anesthesiologists, and the American Board of Anesthesiology.

About Ketamine Therapy

News & Resources

You can read information on both scientific research and media articles available at our Blog section.

Also, check out our FAQs. You can learn more about our ketamine therapy treatment protocol here. We also have information just for medical professionals.

If you would like to become a patient and start feeling better, click here: “NEW PATIENT”  and submit the three quick online forms under the New Patient area. This is the fastest way to get in and start treatment. Don’t wait!

If you would like to learn more about ketamine therapy, please read through our website, and especially visit the:  “FAQs”  page. 

We are here to help. If you have specific questions, reach out to us via our contact form.