One of Few Clinics In New Jersey Specializing in Intravenous Ketamine for Treatment of Pain Disorders

Dr. Sam Caruthers

Dual-boarded in Anesthesiology and Addiction Medicine


North Jersey Interventional Pain Center

408 Main St #101D

Boonton, New Jersey, 07005 United States



School: Eastern Virginia Medical School

Graduated: 1997

Other Affiliations

American Board of Addiction Medicine / AmericanBoardAddictionMedicine

Payment & Insurance

Cost per session


Accepted forms of payment
  • American Express
  • Discover
  • MasterCard
  • Visa
  • Cash
  • Health Savings Account

Client Reviews

5 Reviews on “One of Few Clinics In New Jersey Specializing in Intravenous Ketamine for Treatment of Pain Disorders”

Overall rating
  • Correen Jones

    Ketamine treatment has given our son new life. Severe depression and anxiety had put his life on hold for over 8 years. He now has 2 jobs and is going to school! Thank you Jacki for Hope and healing.

  • Suzanne Beaudry

    I received very good care from Jackie, the nurse anaesthetist who runs Ketamine Care Clinic. She really covers all the bases for monitoring you during treatment. I have been to other ketamine clinics in the US and Jackie’s setup is top notch. When I’m in treatment, I know I’m in good hands. She is professional, empathetic, and kind. I’d recommend her to anyone.

  • LoAnn Wegh

    Our experience at the Ketamine Care Clinic was outstanding. From the first contact we were treated with professionalism and compassion. Our questions were answered no matter how many and Jacquelin genuinely cared about the outcome of the treatment. If you are suffering from depression, anxiety and more consider Ketamine an option for relief. Thank you, Jacquelin!

  • Mr. Mrs.

    I really enjoyed this experience. Jackie is passionate about helping people and it shows!

  • Andrea Schlobohm

    You literally have not “tried everything” in terms of depression /mental health treatments until you have tried this treatment. I have nothing negative to report, at all. Despite there being a bit of a time gap in completing the 6 initial recommended treatments (due to financial constraints), I don’t feel that I had any backslide in my progress. This treatment may be compounded with more traditional approaches such as therapy etc., but if you’ve been through it all before like I have (though I’ve never been hospitalized) it isnt inherently necessary if the thought of that is annoying to you. Yes, it is expensive, but some health insurance coverage does cover it by reimbursement at least partially, you just have to file the claim yourself. I’ll work on writing up a lengthier more detailed review, but my experience has been extremely positive, and I have been on antidepressants my entire adult life.

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