• Suboxone Programs:
    Suboxone for office-based treatment of opiate dependence has expanded significantly over the last 8 years with great success. It has been well proven that Buprenorphine is quite an effective opioid agonist in relieving symptoms of withdrawals and cravings in cases of opiate dependence. However, treatment of patients with addiction disorders can be very challenging and should be accompanied by structure and accountability to ensure compliance. Learn more about our Suboxone program (link to suboxone program page)
  • Drug Treatment Facilities:
    Addiction is a chronic relapsing disease with genetic, environmental and psychosocial predisposing factors. The American Society of Addiction Medicine (ASAM) has developed patient placement criteria which determine the level of care needed for each patient. Throughout the various levels of care, patient monitoring is crucial to achieving progress in reaching the end product of reform and rehabilitation. Visit our Drug treatment programs. (link to page)
  • Pain Management Clinics:
    Patients have the right to be pain-free which prompts the Joint Commission and other accreditation organizations to examine the pain management procedures of health care facilities. Drug abuse in patients with genuine pain syndrome is quite rare, however, some patients take advantage of these programs. That’s why provider vigilance is so necessary in avoiding any drug abuse diversions. Learn more (link to Pain management page)
  • Primary Care Programs:
    Untreated drug abuse can significantly impact treatment of chronic medical conditions as diabetes, asthma and hypertension. For this reason and many others, Primary Care Providers are now playing an increasingly important role in the diagnosis and treatment of substance use disorders. Learn more (link to page)

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