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Finding the Right Percocet Withdrawal Treatment
It’s important to note that a successful Percocet withdrawal treatment starts with an effective detox. In fact, the initial period of opioid detoxification can be intense, and a specialized medical facility can provide necessary support. Furthermore, no matter how much or how long the Percocet use has been, detoxing at a medical facility is always the safest option. Withdrawal symptoms can lead to complications and severe health issues that require immediate medical attention. For this reason, enrollment in an inpatient Percocet withdrawal treatment program is a wise choice. Another critical point is that detoxing in a fully accredited medical hospital, such as Waismann Method, provides 24-hour medical assistance, ongoing medical monitoring, and vital signs management.
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Some people may find they need professional assistance with withdrawal symptoms after taking an opioid prescription for pain management for a prolonged period. Percocet is an opioid medication prescribed for moderate to severe pain control. In particular, it contains oxycodone, a potent narcotic painkiller, and acetaminophen, a non-narcotic analgesic. Some people can use Percocet safely for pain management. However, using this drug for over a week can significantly add the risks for a tolerance to occur. In other words, the person will need a higher dose to achieve the same relief they initially did. When patients continually increase their dosage, a physical dependency can develop. Once there is a physical dependence, getting off Percocet without medical assistance, becomes very difficult.
Percocet rapid detox is a humane alternative that has gained popularity in the last decade, due to the ability of minimizing the withdrawal symptoms and length of time required, compared to alternative drug rehabs.
Percocet Rapid Detox
Most patients who become dependent on their prescription meds don’t intend for this to happen. That’s why it’s so important to choose a detox program that is compassionate. Also, some people use Percocet recreationally and suddenly become addicted. Regardless of the reason for the problem, we view all patients in a non-judgmental manner, no different than if they were having a standard medical procedure. Moreover, Waismann Method offers the most comprehensive, safe and humane treatment methods to get through a Percocet withdrawal successfully.
Waismann Method ® treatment is located only in southern California, but we receive patients from all over the world. We have concentrated all of our efforts into one location to offer the country’s best treatment for opiate dependency. Our patient’s care and safety are our highest priorities, and our procedure ensures that patients leave free of their dependence on opiates. Furthermore, our program is unlike traditional opioid detox programs that merely replaces one addictive drug for another as in the case of Suboxone and Methadone.
The procedure takes place in a full-service hospital to provide close monitoring and access to additional medical services and specialists. While the patient sleeps comfortably, the physician accelerates an acute opiate withdrawal using medications to block the opiate receptors. Our board-certified anesthesiologist with 20 years experiences successfully using this process, monitors and controls the medically-induced withdrawal. While sedated, patients feel no discomfort and have no memory of the acute withdrawal.
Best Options to Detox from Percocet
Some opiate detox programs use opiate “substitutes” or “replacement drugs” to help patients lessen their use while preventing the onset of withdrawal. Drugs like Suboxone has been a frequent form of treatment in the last several years, but experts have questioned its effectiveness because it is also an opioid. Also, this therapy is traditionally a long-term approach, and people could remain taking methadone or Suboxone for weeks, months, or even years.
Rapid Detox Benefits
- Waismann Method ® treatment allows most patients to return to a productive life in a matter of days and eliminates the need to spend months in hospitals or rehab programs. (Traditional drug rehab treatment methods for Percocet addiction, such as talk therapy along with medicinal treatment to lessen the pain of withdrawal – often have less than 10% success rates after the first year due to Hydrocodone’s powerful, physically addictive properties.)
- Waismann Method ® treatment has one of the highest success rates in the field of Percocet detox for almost two decades.
- After one year, around 70% of our patients are still opiate free.
- Waismann Method ® treatment for Percocet dependence addresses Percocet addiction as a temporary physical condition that can be overcome with advanced medical techniques.
- Our quadruple board-certified medical director supervises and performs Percocet detox treatment in a full-service hospital.
- Staff assists patients, in the privacy of their own room, through every step of the way from admission to discharge.
Percocet Withdrawal Symptoms:
People who’ve become dependent upon Percocet should not try to stop taking it abruptly. Powerful and potentially dangerous withdrawal symptoms can develop including:
- Strong cravings
- Cold sweats
- Severe agitation
- Seizures and possibly coma.
Understanding Percocet Addiction Treatment Programs
The most common forms of Percocet addiction treatment programs available include outpatient treatment, intensive outpatient, and residential rehabs. All three treatment options provide group sessions and some sort of behavioral therapy to help individuals develop new tools and coping mechanisms. Furthermore, drug rehabs often employ previous users that can understand and identify with the current populations. As great as it is to have peer support, they are not trained professionals and mostly not knowledgeable enough to assess peoples specific needs.
An effective Percocet addiction treatment program should include:
- Use of medications to manage withdrawal symptoms and vitals.
- Diverse medical resources for assistance with detoxification.
- Behavioral interventions
- Emotional screening
- History and assessment of medical disorders or diseases.
- Preventative overdose measures such as Naltrexone treatment or Vivitrol shots.
Not having to suffer through a long, painful withdrawal can help patients recover quickly and avoid future relapse. Patients usually stay with us a total of 5 to 10 days. Also, after the patient’s discharge from the hospital, they transition to our aftercare facility, Domus Retreat. At this level of care, our specialized staff supervises clients as they transition to a new life without opioids.
Percocet Detox by the Waismann Method ® Treatment Details and Options:
- During the rapid detox treatment, the patient is under sedation while the detoxification occurs.
- Other forms of medical detox are available for patients who prefer not to have anesthesia, or who are not candidates for rapid detox.
- Patients undergo an extensive medical evaluation to determine the best and safest detox.
- A number of different medical specialists are available to assist or for consultation.
- Naltrexone therapy is immediately started after rapid detox to eliminate the cravings and reduce the risk of relapse.
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Inclusive Recovery Center
After Rapid Detoxification or hospital stay for evaluation, we transition patients to our licensed Domus Retreat post-treatment facility. At Domus guest receive around the clock recovery care by caring trained professional. Furthermore, Percocet abuse causes some different emotional and physical disturbances that need time for regulation. Having the right assistance around can make the recovery process much more manageable and successful.
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We are proud to say that we have one of the highest success rates of any other Percocet detox facility. Waismann Method ® treatment is for those who prioritize safety and quality of care.