Suboxone Medicated Assisted Treatment

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New Vision Therapy Suboxone Medicated Assisted Treatment

Opiates are highly addictive. Even when the doctor prescribes them, it's not unusual to develop a tolerance and need to take more to get the same amount of relief. If you take opiates for pain and you think there might be a problem, you likely need some help. The good news is that you can get an opiate treatment that will help you get through withdrawals and help you avoid or disrupt a pattern of abuse.

At New Vision Therapy, PLLC, we can help you understand your relationship with opiates. Then we can help you determine your route to recovery. We offer Suboxone medicated assisted treatment, group therapy, and individual therapy. Receiving Suboxone medicated assisted treatment is a safe and effective method to help people with an opioid use disorder.

Suboxone medicated assisted treatment helps people stop using prescription pain medications and other opioids, including heroin. There are typically three phases for opiate treatment. Induction is the first couple of days—next, stabilization can take several weeks depending on the individual. And maintenance for as long as it takes.

Suboxone is an oral medication approved for the treatment of opioid disorders. It effectively blocks opioids. Suboxone is a compound that uses Buprenorphine and Naloxone. Have you thought that maybe your opioid use is getting out of hand? Maybe friends or family members have noticed a change in your personality. Without opioid treatment, many people lose relationships and have trouble keeping a job. No matter how it started, opioid addiction can wreak havoc on your life. If you think you have an opiate addiction, opiate treatment can help get you through painful withdrawals to the other side.

Are you ready to get your life back? Our Suboxone medicated assisted treatment might be the answer. Get in touch with New Vision Therapy today to see how we can help.