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How to Get Off Suboxone

Suboxone is frequently used in the treatment of opiate addiction but some people may have trouble getting off of it as well. It contains buprenorphine, an opioid medication, and naloxone, which blocks the effects of opioids such as codeine, morphine and heroin. The euphoria or high that Suboxone can create is said to be milder than with other opiates. Getting off Suboxone may require help from professionals who can eliminate opiate dependency once and for all. Using opiate replacements to wean patients from drugs like OxyContin and Vicodin can replace one dependence with another.

Ask Your Doctor  If You are Planning to Detox from Suboxone

We have been receiving a large number of calls from patients that have not been able to withstand the withdrawal from Suboxone. They want to be completely opiate free – many don’t want to be prescribed a drug like Suboxone or methadone that could keep them in the cycle of addiction. Getting off Suboxone or prescription painkillers can be a very difficult and lengthy process. A large number of patients who try to taper their use gradually by taking lower doses often find that they are not able to fully wean from the drug, due to the degree and length of suffering.

Our Opiate-Free Detox Can Eliminate Addiction Quickly

Waismann Method Treatment Center offers rapid detox for patients that have become addicted or/ dependent on Suboxone and or Subutex. We have treated numerous patients who used Suboxone to wean off other opiates and became dependent. Our goal is to eliminate the physical addiction safely and quickly so that patients can heal and move on with life. We do not use replacement drugs; our goal is to have the patient opiate free.

In order to address the psychological aspect of opiate dependence, we also offer optional transitional care in our Domus Retreat facility. Our rapid opiate detoxification treats addiction quickly and manages withdrawal. Our comprehensive medical detox uses intravenous medication to treat and cleanse the Suboxone from patients’ opiate receptors. This happens in less than two hours while patients rest lightly under general deep sedation. The procedure accelerates the withdrawal process and patients awaken without the conscious awareness this phase has already passed. They typically stay with us 5 to 7 days and can return home once discharged if they feel ready. Suboxone detox can be performed in a safe, rapid and humane manner.

Our detoxification and aftercare programs are customized to each patient’s individual needs and dependency history, combining the most advanced medical treatment with personalized assessment and aftercare. W Method patients achieve an extraordinarily high success rate because the treatment doesn’t take a cookie cutter approach to addressing opiate dependency.

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