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What is Medication Assisted Treatment

Opioids like Heroine, Oxycodone, Percocet ,Morphine, Tranqdope change the brain chemistry over time. It also affects the body. This is why when you stop using the drug it causes severe mental, emotional and physical withdrawal.

Taking a weaker, legal Opioid in small doses helps produce physiological support during your journey to recovery.

Trade and illegal Drug for a Safe drug
Trade the unknown for the Known.
-Street drugs may be laced with other dangerous drugs. Buprenorphine and Naltrexone are FDA approved and monitored for purity.
Trade an unsocially acceptable medication to a socially acceptable medication.
-No one wants to be dependent on any medication however you now have a tool to use that would provide hope to friends and family members helping you with your journey.



To help you stop your addiction and lead a productive normal life how you see fit.

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Trade an illegal drug that may be laced with a safe legal, socially accepted medication. MAT can be temporary or life long dependent on need.

Medications used

Three main medication to use for medication assisted treatment methadone, buprenorphine, and naltrexone.
This practice uses buprenorphine and Naltrexone Unlike methadone you cannot get high and it’s very low risk for overdose.

The Case for Telehealth A study led by NIDA and Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) noted that telehealth services increased the retention rate of those using medication assisted treatment and decreased the rates of medically treated overdoses. chrome-extension://efaidnbmnnnibpcajpcglclefindmkaj/
A study completed by the department of emergency medicine UCI medical indicated that telehealth services for Mt increased patient satisfaction, retention and decreased cost.
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Going cold Turkey works for some but not all “Patients who “successfully” completed inpatient detoxification were more likely than other patients to have died within a year.”Treating your opioid addiction without medication increases your risk for accidental death and overdose. Some people are able to go into rehabilitation without any medications whatsoever. A study in the National Library of Medicine indicated that people who went through inpatient detoxification and a 28 day program without any medication use were more likely to die from an overdose than those who did not completely abstain and successfully follow the program. This is because over time the your body’s tolerance to a an opioid decreases when you cut your use. Using the same amount of opioids you use prior to a rehabilitation program during a relapse increases the risk of accidental overdose and death. Oh

1. Induction

The day you start the process for physical recovery. A script will be sent to the pharmacy of your choice.
– Induction follow up

2. Maintenance Phase

You are now on the dose that cuts cravings and helps increase productivity.

3. Tapering

Some people choose to continue to with medical therapy and others decide to taper off once they feel their cognitive therapy has been completed.