The need for Duragesic rehab becomes evident if you’ve found that your use of the drug is beyond your control. If you have become psychologically or physically dependent upon the narcotic painkiller, you may want to seek qualified help as soon as possible. A Duragesic addiction can be serious and should be treated with medically-administered detox. It’s the brand name for fentanyl, a very potent opiate medication. Duragesic comes in transdermal patch form and is used to treat breakthrough cancer pain that can’t be controlled by other medications. Because of its potency, Duragesic can lead to dependency quickly for some and is subject to abuse. Rehab is the collective set of treatments and programs available to address the physical and psychological aspects of addiction. These programs and services can be in-patient or out-patient and the required length of stay can range from short-term to long-term.
Humane Medical Detox Available for Duragesic Addiction
If you abruptly try to stop taking Duragesic after regular or prolonged use, withdrawal symptoms can set in and some can be very painful. Withdrawal indicates the presence of a physical addiction. Many people avoid getting help for an addiction because they fear withdrawal which can be physically and emotionally painful. The Waismann Method’s Duragesic rehab treats withdrawal with a humane medical procedure to alleviate – even eliminate – most symptoms. Our rapid detox is medically based to ensure safety and comfort of our patients. Our medical procedure happens in the safety of a hospital, under the supervision of caring doctors and nurses. It takes less than two hours to rid patients of their physical addiction. While other programs require long, even lifelong, commitments to attend meetings or follow steps, our total hospital stay is 2 to 4 days. This gets you back to your life, family and career much quicker than other programs.
Waismann Method – Safe, Discreet Duragesic Detox
Waismann Method offers Duragesic detox that is safe, effective and completely discreet. The Waismann Method of rapid detox uses intravenous medications to cleanse drugs from patients’ receptors while they sleep lightly under deep sedation. They awaken without the awareness they went through an accelerated withdrawal. Our opiate detox differs from so many other programs in that we don’t use opiate replacement drugs to wean patients. These replacements, including methadone and Suboxone, can also cause dependence, leading to the need for another detox. Our holistic approach focuses on the mind-body connection, nutrition, exercise, recreation, communication, relaxation and balance for the return to school, work and social life. Our medical procedure answers the depletion of natural endorphins in nerve cells due to an external supply of opiates. While our procedure addresses the physical aspects of Duragesic dependence, our Domus Retreat transitional living facility gives patients the option to explore possible underlying psychological issues, continuing recovery in a pampering and supportive environment.