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Opiate Addiction Treatment Using Suboxone

Suboxone offers those addicted to opiates, like prescription pain killers and heroin a safe way to manage detox symptoms and decrease the possibility of relapse. Suboxone Treatment is most often provided in an Outpatient setting, though is sometimes part of a residential treatment protocol. In a residential setting, Suboxone is usually a part of a complete treatment plan that can include Behavioral Therapy, Support Groups, and Individual Counseling. For more information about Suboxone treatment, consult with any of the SAHHSA approved physicians in the Suboxone Directory.

Suboxone has been proven to be quite an effective opiate addiction treatment. There are numerous Suboxone detox centers all over the country that assist addicts in overcoming their addiction. Specially trained Suboxone doctors are employed at such drug rehabs to address to the needs of people addicted to drugs like prescription pain medicine, heroin and other opiates. A successful drug addiction treatment method should involve all the aid necessary to discourage drug abuse; for instance, coping with the withdrawal symptoms and maneuvering the addict towards the positive aspects of life. A thorough drug rehab program should also provide the necessary after care services, like a sober living environment to help those in recovery transition back into their lives drug free. Addiction relapses are quite common, particularly among those struggling with opiate addiction, and only a full-fledged treatment can provide lasting recovery.

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Stow Recovery Specialists

We are an addiction clinic in Stow Ohio . We offer excellent , confidential care to patients suffering from opiate addiction. We use Subxone, Zubsolv, generic, Vivitrol and offer onsite professional addiction counseling. Call us today 330.915.2990

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Greg Johnson M.D.

Greg Johnson M.D. of Stow Recovery offers excellent, confidential care to patients suffering from opiate addiction. We use Subxone, Zubsolv, generic, Vivitrol and offer onsite professional addiction counseling. Call us today 330.915.2990

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J T Kolb MD

J T Kolb MD works at Stow Recovery Specialists in Stow, Ohio where he treats opiate addiction using Suboxone, Zubsolv and Vivitrol. We have onsite professional addiction counseling. call us today for an appointment at 330.915.2990

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