Rehab is an essential step in the recovery process for those who find they’ve developed a physical and/or psychological dependence to fentanyl. This powerful narcotic pain reliever can lead quickly to addiction once a tolerance has developed. Once the effects of the opiate medication have been diminished, more and more needs to be taken to achieve desired effects. Rehabilitation can include the programs and services that help patients detox and recover from drug or alcohol dependence. These programs and facilities can vary widely in their approach to treating fentanyl addiction. Some are in-patient while others are out-patient and they can be short-term in duration or long-term. Most people don’t have weeks or months to spend in rehab and prefer treatment that is safe, quick and discreet. The Waismann Method of rapid detox offers premiere fentanyl treatment that meets these requirements. Our program doesn’t commit you to attend meetings or follow steps for the rest of your life. We feel you can regain control over your addiction and we don’t label you an addict for life like other programs.
Humane Fentanyl Detox Eliminates Suffering, Fear and Shame
Traditional drug rehab programs tend to offer a narrow approach to opiate dependency. Many are shame-based, meaning they label you an addict for life and instill the belief that you don’t have control over your life. The Waismann Method recognizes fentanyl addiction as a central nervous system disorder, caused by continuous opiate intake. We simply and humanely reverse a patient’s physical opiate dependency without unnecessary suffering, fear or shame. The Waismann Method utilizes the most advanced medical biotechnology available today to end drug dependency. Other programs focus only on addiction through a religious approach. Our scientific approach is applicable for anyone and we use therapy as part of the recovery process. 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.
Waismann Method and Domus Retreat Offer Thorough Fentanyl Treatment
Our medical procedure answers the depletion of natural endorphins in nerve cells due to an external supply of opiates. Our in-hospital procedure uses intravenous medications to cleanse the opiates from patients’ receptors while they sleep lightly under deep sedation. This takes less than two hours and they awake without the awareness they experienced an accelerated withdrawal. Our total required hospital stay is 2 to 4 days. Our individualized programs don’t believe in a one-problem, one-solution approach. Another point of difference between the Waismann Method and a number of rehab facilities is that we don’t use opiate replacement drugs such as methadone or Suboxone to wean patients. We know this can lead to a second addiction. We also offer our Domus Retreat transitional living facility for those who want to extend recovery and relaxation in a pampering environment. Here, patients can explore possible underlying issues through therapy and holistic treatments such as massage, biofeedback and counseling.