Here you will find information on some facts regarding the safety and efficacy of rapid detox and anesthesia detoxification treatments. You will also learn how this opioid detox process helps individuals to quickly and successfully reverse their opioid dependence. We also discuss the history of this treatment and number of accelerated detoxification methods that utilizes naloxone to shorten the duration of acute opiate withdrawal. We also demonstrate the benefits and risks of placing a patient under anesthesia and not subject to unnecessary discomfort.


Rapid Detox by the Waismann Method®

In this site, you will learn why the Waismann Method is the best and safest rapid detox center worldwide. The necessity of being in a full-service accredited hospital for a few days and have a private recovery center to follow. We also discuss the difference between providers and Naltrexone Therapy. How rapid detox clears the receptors from opioid drugs, while the patient has no awareness of the process. But more importantly, how this Waismann Anesthesia Detox has provided the highest success rate of any opioid detox in history.

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Medically Supervised Alcohol Detox Treatment

The Waismann Method® is proud to announce the opening of their medically supervised alcohol detoxification program. Alcohol-dependent patients can now enter the Waismann Method® to safely detox from alcohol without co-morbid opioid addiction. “We strongly believe that most acute alcohol detox should be managed in the hospital by experienced physicians so that appropriate medical resources are…

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New Law Limits Prescription Opioids

On July 1st, 2018 a new law went into effect prohibiting physicians to prescribe opioid drugs for more than seven days to patients with acute pain. Specifically, the law applies to physicians and patients in Florida, Tennessee, and Michigan. This law also affects cases of broken bones, back pain, short illnesses and most surgeries. In…

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The Truth About Drug Overdose

Turning Overdose into a Life-Saving Opportunity   Every day, our emergency rooms receive scores of people struggling with opioid addiction — either in a severe withdrawal or near death due to an overdose. Call us for a Private Consultation for Treatment Options 310-205-0808   Government agencies are trying to contain these opioid-related emergency cases from…

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Naltrexone Treatment

Naltrexone treatment might sound like a new approach for you, but the truth is, the Waismann Method physicians have been using this medication, in conjunction with a medical detox, for two decades.   What Is Naltrexone? Naltrexone is a medication approved by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) to treat opioid use and alcohol disorders.…

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Teen overcome drug abuse

Many families are just not ready to accept the fact that substance abuse has become an issue to one of their children. Denial, anger, and shame often overwhelm parents to the point of inability to adequately address the situation. We’ve written this article to address how to help your teen overcome drug abuse. Helping Your…

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5 Opioid Drugs Parents Should Watch For

In this post, we cover the 5 opioid drugs parents should watch for. As the opioid epidemic rages across the country, unprecedented numbers of adults and older Americans are caught in the crossfire, developing substance abuse problems related to heroin or prescription medications. Unfortunately, children and teenagers often become lost in the narrative about the…

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Fentanyl Overdose Death Rates Soars

Overdose deaths continue to skyrocket as the opioid epidemic rages on, and recently, U.S. News and World Report reported that Fentanyl is one of the leading causes of overdose fatalities. In 2016, more than 30 percent of all overdose deaths were caused by Fentanyl and other synthetic opioids. This is compared to only 8 percent…