SPRAVATO Nasal spray is a different kind of medication taken with an oral antidepressant for adults with treatment-resistant depression – a first in decades approved by the FDA.

If you’ve struggled with depression and tried two or more antidepressants in your current episode without adequate relief, talk to us to see if you have treatment-resistant depression. *Of adequate dose and duration.

In a clinical study of adults with treatment-resistant depression:

Those who took SPRAVATO and an oral antidepressant experienced greater reductions of depression symptoms at four weeks compared to those who received a placebo plus an oral antidepressant.

What is Spravato?

SPRAVATO is a prescription medicine, used along with an antidepressant
taken by mouth, for treatment-resistant depression (TRD) in adults.

SPRAVATO is only available at certified SPRAVATO treatment centers
under the supervision of a healthcare professional.
Because of the risks for sedation, dissociation and abuse and misuse, we will enroll you in
the SPRAVATO Risk Evaluation and Mitigation Strategy (REMS) Program. 

Dissociation, dizziness, nausea, sedation, spinning sensation, reduced sense of touch and sensation, anxiety,
lack of energy, increased blood pressure, vomiting and feeling drunk. If these common side effects occur,
they usually happen right after taking SPRAVATO™ and go away the same day.
These are not all the possible side effects of SPRAVATO™.

Learn more about possible side effects here.

Most Common Side Effects of SPRAVATO

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Treatment Center Location
For Spravato Treatments Only
590 Westfield Avenue
Westfield NJ 07090