Megan Oxley, MD
Megan Oxley, MD is the founder and medical director of Michigan Progressive Health. A Board Certified Emergency Medicine physician, Dr. Oxley graduated from prestigious Wayne State University in 2009. She completed her residency training in Emergency Medicine in Detroit, serving the inner city. She spent a decade working in emergency departments in Michigan and Maryland. While researching options to help a family member with treatment resistant depression, she discovered the immense benefit that ketamine can have in chronic mood and pain conditions. Dedicated to providing this service to as many as possible, she established Michigan Progressive Health, an integrative ketamine infusion clinic in Royal Oak Michigan. Dr. Oxley has been providing ketamine infusions for over six years. She is a founding board member of the American Society of Ketamine Physicians, Psychotherapists and Practitioners and former Vice President. She is fellowship trained in integrative psychiatry and has a special interest in using ketamine and future psychedelic medicines to help patients reduce their need on conventional psychiatric medications and improve their overall health. One of Dr. Oxley’s passions is to educate the public on the use of ketamine in treating mood disorders and other ailments. She has organized and lectured at several ASKP3 conferences. She is a core lecturer for the Integrative Psychiatry Institutes Psychedelic Assisted Psychotherapy Training. She has lectured at several major universities in Michigan to both medical students and psychiatry residents to help expand education and awareness of this rapidly evolving therapeutic modality. Dr. Oxley has also worked extensively with Wayne State University and Central Michigan University to publish relevant studies on ketamine treatment and ketamine assisted psychotherapy. Learn more about her work on at the Michigan Progressive Health profile on Psychedelic Support and on the Michigan Progressive Health website.