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Suboxone Doctors

Millions of Americans suffer with addiction to opioid drugs, with some of the most common being Vicodin, Oxycontin, Morphine and Heroin. Opiates can be difficult to kick, and uncomfortable or even dangerous to stop without professional help. Medicine-assisted detox often includes a course of Suboxone and Subutex to lessen the withdrawal symptoms that make opioid addiction so challenging.

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How Can a Suboxone Doctor Help Me?

Keeping you safe and comfortable as you begin to heal your body and mind are the primary goals at any good rehab facility. A great deal of focus is placed on the detox portion of rehabilitation, because of the withdrawal symptoms that occur during opiate withdrawal. Often, a treatment regimen will contain a doctor-prescribed course of Suboxone or Subutex to lessen the discomfort of opioid dependency and potential dangers, and to avoid relapse which is common among opiate abusers.

How Much do Suboxone Doctors Charge for Treatment?

Addiction treatment costs can vary widely, depending on location, specialty, length of treatment and amenities provided. State or federally-sponsored programs and low-cost facilities may offer services for as little as $5,000 – sometimes less, depending on insurance. Luxury drug rehabs offer detox at a premium, and can often be tens of thousands of dollars a month, though they are highly appealing to those who want the benefits of inpatient care without sacrificing their quality of life. Executive treatment centers tend to offer more flexibility than others so that patients can remain productive and tend to work responsibilities.

What Addictions do Suboxone Doctors Treat?

Many people are surprised to find that not all drugs require detox services. Many drugs don't carry physical dependencies, merely psychological ones, though Alcohol, Benzos and Opioids will frequently require detoxification aid for any substantial or long-term addiction. Suboxone and Subutex are often prescribed to help combat addictions to opiates, such as:

How Long do Withdrawals Last and Is it Painful?

The physical side effects of withdrawal will last anywhere from days to weeks depending on the addiction duration and severity of the addiction. Common physical symptoms of withdrawal include nausea, vomiting, chills, sweats, insomnia, cramps, muscle pain, achiness and fever. Depression, anxiety, mood swings, thoughts of suicide and dysphoria are also common. The risk of seizures, psychosis and even death can occur in those who attempt to put a severe addiction to an abrupt halt without the help of a medical professional.

I'm Ready for Help. Who Can I Call? features a toll-free helpline staffed by trained advisors to allow people to connect with treatment centers in order to quit using drugs and alcohol. When you're ready to get clean, we'll talk you through your options and make recommendations. From there, you'll be ready to start your path to recovery almost immediately!