Waismann Method Fentanyl Detox

Fentanyl Detox Treatment can be Quick, Private, and Effective.

 

Fentanyl is a synthetic opiate painkiller that is highly potent. It’s said to be 100 times more powerful than morphine and is meant to treat intense levels of pain. Fentanyl is available in different formulations such as:

  • Duragesic a transdermal patch used on the skin.
  • Actiq is available in an oral lozenge or lollipop form.
  • Fentora, a tablet placed between the upper cheek and gum.
  • Sublimaze, an intravenous injection.Both have a high potential for misuse and abuse.
  • Subsys, a mouth spray.

All these Fentanyl-based drugs, have a high potential for misuse and abuse has a high potential for abuse, due to its sense of euphoria and pleasurable sedation effects. They can also cause physical dependence or habit forming if used over an extended period of time.

People who become physically dependent on Fentanyl may begin to escalate use or alter the dosage. For instance, some people cut up the Duragesic patch and while other use more than recommended by their physician. This is highly dangerous and could be fatal. Those patients should be seeking the appropriate medical assistance for fentanyl detox to reverse their dependence.

 

Rapid Fentanyl Detox

Waismann Method ® of rapid Fentanyl Detox treatment is one of the most successful opiate detox center in the country and well known for its reputation for safety and success. The program is hospital based and treats dependence as a medical condition. This compassionate program takes into account each individual specific needs and concerns.

The process sometimes known as anesthesia assisted rapid detox, accelerates the withdrawal symptoms while patients are sedated. The Fentanyl detox is monitored by our multi- board certified medical director and his team . Patients are admitted to a private room of an accredited hospital where they usually remain 2 to 3 days followed by an additional inclusive  2 to 7 days stay transitioning at our exclusive and private recovery center.  While addiction to drugs such as Fentanyl can develop quickly, getting back to normal after detox might require some professional assistance and Domus does just that. Our 6000-square-foot recovery home offers therapeutic treatments and amenities to maximize the comfort an well-being of our patients.

 

Other Fentanyl Detox Treatment Options

There is no shame in needing help for opiate addiction. There are many treatment programs out there, but most do not specialize on opioid dependence and do not adequately address the problem. Some Drug treatment center even offers opiate replacement therapy as a common form of treatment.  These replacement drugs are meant to step down the use of other drugs and help lessen withdrawal. The alternatives can include methadone, Suboxone, and Subutex, both which contain buprenorphine. While these medications may do the job initially, many patients find that maintenance is long term, and they cannot become totally free of opiate dependence. Because these medications are synthetic opiates, they also have the potential to be habit forming.  This does not solve Fentanyl dependence problem, which the patient was seeking in the first place. As the use of Suboxone has become more and common for traditional treatment centers, we are seeing a steady and speedy increase of patients seeking rapid detox for Suboxone®/Subutex (Buprenorphine).

Getting help for a Fentanyl addiction is something so serious it shouldn’t be put off. Many people delay seeking Fentanyl treatment because they fear the withdrawal process or they won’t be successful, and that relapse is inevitable. This is not true, there is an available help!  The Waismann Method of Fentanyl Detox can eradicate patients’ dependence in a safe, quick, humane manner.

When choosing a rapid opiate detox program, read more about safety, risks, and complications.

The Waismann detox under anesthesia is a medical process that succeeds to eliminate most of the additional withdrawal symptoms. During the few days of hospital stay, the patient is given intravenous medications to relax, while resting in their private rooms. If accelerated detox under anesthesia is indicated, they are transferred to the ICU and put under sedation for approximately 60 minutes. Following the procedure, patients remain in the ICU for the night under medical supervision.

Continuous care is included for a few days, at our private recovery center Domus Retreat. Waismann Method® has shown to be significantly more effective than most other courses of Fentanyl detox treatment available. For more information, call us today at 310-205-0808. We are available seven days a week.

 


We are here to help.

We are here to help. To receive assistance or information about the Waismann Method advance rapid detox treatment for opiate dependence, please complete the form below. We will respond to you via email or telephone.
  • This field is for validation purposes and should be left unchanged.

Notice to sender: By submitting this form, I agree to be contacted by the Waismann Method, at the contact information, including phone or email, provided above. Although we use secure methods of email transmission, we cannot guarantee your email to us or our response to you will be secure. If you think you may have a medical emergency, call your doctor or 911 immediately.