Dr. Ethan Philpott
Dr. Ethan Philpott is a board certified Plastic Surgeon and a member of the prestigious American Society for Aesthetic Plastic Surgery. He not only loves to help people look their very best physically, he believes health and healing occur holistically. Although medication and traditional therapy are an integral part of healing, he understands that other modalities are beneficial.
During his years of practice, he became interested in Stem Cell Therapy. He has seen dramatic improvements in people suffering from a variety of diseases that have been treated with Stem Cells. He has witnessed amazing results from stem cell treatments which have opened his eyes to other non-traditional therapies. This triggered his interest in Ketamine and its use to treat Depression and Chronic Pain.
With years of experience in private practice and extensive research into the clinical applications of sub-anesthetic dose Ketamine, Dr. Philpott serves as medical director of our clinic. He is also the primary physician responsible for your care at Scottsdale Ketamine Clinic. He is committed to increasing quality of life for those suffering and utilizing therapies that are evidence-based and backed by studies and science. When he isn’t working, Dr. Philpott enjoys relaxing with his wife, Megan, and their two dogs, Parker and Chopper.
Becky Glover, BSN RN
Becky is a Registered Nurse for the Scottsdale Ketamine Clinic.
She started in healthcare in 2003 working as a Claims Analyst. While in this role, she worked behind the scenes with doctors and nurses which inspired her to return to school and seek her Nursing degree. She worked in multiple roles in nursing as she was studying for her degree which gave her a deeper understanding of the different aspects being a caregiver. She was also raising a family and had a houseful of small children while attending Nursing School. She earned an Associate of Liberal Arts degree, an Associate in Nursing Degree and a Bachelor’s of Nursing degree from Northern Arizona University.
Becky started her career working in a Neuro Progressive care unit where she developed a more well-rounded understanding of the challenges associated with diagnoses such as PTSD, Depression, Anxiety and Chronic Pain. She has oft experienced frustration and sadness when confronted with the limited ability of modern medicine to help those that suffer from these conditions.
She is excited to be able to restore hope to those who suffer and help them on their path to true, long-lasting wellness.
Jenice Hughes, CRNA, APN, MS
Jenice Hughes has been a board-certified nurse anesthetist since 1997.
Her previous medical experience spans over 40 years and includes critical care, obstetrics, pain management, and anesthesia. The wealth of her expertise comes from hands-on clinical experience in Florida, Arizona, New Mexico, Maine, and Hawaii. She is very active in mission work and has done multiple outreaches in developing countries providing anesthesia and medical care in clinics for the underserved.
As an active member of the American Association of Nurse Anesthetists (AANA) and the Arizona Association of Nurse Anesthetists (AZANA), Jenice is involved in her professional organizations. She keeps current with new modalities of treatment by attending conferences and hands-on skills workshops. She is an avid proponent of studying current data on the latest publications and research related to her field. Jenice strives to deliver the best, quality, and safe patient-centered care.
Jenice has witnessed first-hand the heartbreak and suffering that people endure with depression, chronic pain, and other illnesses. She has made it her mission is to give her patients hope and the quality of life they seek through ketamine therapy. Ketamine therapy is an alternative approach to treat depression, pain, and stress from chronic ailments. When not helping patients, Jenice enjoys spending time with her husband, 4 kids, and 7 grandchildren. Her hobbies include travel, reading, being a grandmother, and mission work around the world.