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Opioid Dependence Therapy

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Opioid dependence means an opiate user is susceptible to withdrawal symptoms whenever they stop taking opiates. Many factors may determine whether an individual will become addicted to opiates. In most cases, the intensely pleasurable feelings of taking opiates is a contributing factor.


By the time opioid dependence occurs, there has been a fundamental change within the brain’s systems, which is why medical help is needed to break away. If opioid dependence is taking control of your life and damaging your relationships with your loved ones – we can help.


Escaping the grip of physical dependency can be grueling, but with medical oversight can be managed more comfortably

Advanced Therapeutics

Our medical team provides expert oversight for each patient's unique health needs, while offering the best treatments available

Cost Effective

Avoid the inconvenience and high costs often associated with traditional dependency management

Advanced Treatment Options

Suboxone Assisted Therapy

Suboxone is a prescription medication that combines buprenorphine and naloxone to treat opioid addiction.
Buprenorphine belongs to a class of drugs called opioid partial agonists, which help relieve symptoms of opiate withdrawal.
What is a strip of Suboxone?
Suboxone is a medication, which is commonly used to combat opioid addiction. The medication actually uses a combination of buprenorphine and naloxone to help wean the user off of the opiate. Although Suboxone is very similar to Subutex, it is also different, since it uses two active ingredients, instead of just one.
Suboxone contains an opioid that can cause physical dependence. … Physical dependence is not the same as drug addiction.
Suboxone is not for occasional or “as needed” use. Consult a physician before taking Suboxone