A Commitment to Your Recovery

What we’re building is not just “a procedure” or “an infusion,” it’s a curated model of care personalized to you.

Stellate Ganglion Block (SGB) Care Plan

Ranges from
$2,999 - $3,999*

Includes multiple treatments during a 6-month period depending on individual's outcome.

Ketamine Infusion Therapy Care Plan

Starts at

Includes 6 in-office treatments during a 3-week period.

*Stella is the largest multi-modality network in the US and prices vary per market


Financing through CareCredit

We offer the ability to pay over 6 months through our partnership with CareCredit.


HSA and FSA Eligible

Health Savings Accounts and Flexible Spending Accounts are accepted as payment.


In-House Financing

For those who qualify, Stella's in-house financing may be available.

Treatment by Stella

Highly trained and certified network of doctors

Industry-leading treatments and adaptations

Custom care plans across multiple modalities

Concierge-level access to care

Direct access to a team of care coordinators

Referrals to additional therapies within a network of top therapists

Regular follow-ups to track your progress

Strict sanitary, safety and emergency guidelines

Cost, Explained

Although the Stellate Ganglion Block (SGB) for trauma or acute anxiety and ketamine infusions for treatment-resistant depression are proven to be effective, they are not currently FDA approved for those uses.

Read Stella’s Co-Founder and Chief Strategy Officer Michael Gershenzon’s article on Cost, Care, and the Need for Transparency to learn why insurance doesn’t cover these treatments today and how Stella sets its costs.

Michael Gershenzon

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The information contained on this website and the resources available for download through this website are provided for general information only.  This information is not intended to provide professional or medical advice, and should not be relied upon as a substitute for consultations with qualified healthcare professionals who are familiar with your individual condition.

The efficacy of the SGB procedure and the testimonials made on this website have not been confirmed by FDA-approved research.   Although the anesthetic medications used in the SGB procedure have been approved by the FDA for the treatment of various disorders, the FDA has not yet approved such medications for the treatment of PTSD.  Although clinical results to date have been extremely promising, Stella cannot guarantee that the SGB procedure will relieve any or all PTSD symptoms.

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