Waismann Method Heroin Detox

Heroin Detox & Treatment Challenges

Many people who become dependent on heroin or other opiates feel like there’s no hope for recovery; it is simply not true. Great advances have been made in recent years in the field of  heroin detox treatment through science. It’s true that heroin is an illegal narcotic that has a strong grip that can start at first use. But, there are extremely effective heroin detox treatment programs, such a heroin rapid detox, that can eliminate suffering caused by the withdrawal and bring about lasting recovery.

Heroin can be physically and psychologically addicting. It used to be that people thought of heroin users as hardened addicts who had no willpower and were bent on self-destruction. Heroin addiction can affect anyone, and people from all walks of life have found themselves in this predicament. As many professionals can attest, one reason for this is because prescription painkillers such as OxyContin can be a gateway to heroin use. It’s often cheaper and easier to obtain heroin on the black market than prescription painkillers.

The disease of heroin addiction is progressive and does not usually get better on its own. People may try to stop taking heroin for a period, but many return to use when the painful heroin withdrawal sets in. This is usually a physically and emotional difficult time, as symptoms of heroin detox can include strong cravings, flu-like symptoms, insomnia, anxiety and agitation.


Heroin Detox and Heroin Addiction Treatment Options

There are multiple methods of treatment available for heroin addiction. Some choose opiate substitution therapy with Suboxone or Methadone. These replacement medications are opiates and  can temporarily help patients avoid the withdrawals from heroin. Opiate substitution therapy can be used for a determined length of time or others opt for long term use, but because they are opiates themselves it can cause dependency and addiction. There may be some who want to rid themselves completely of opiates and may seek other options such as a medical inpatient heroin detox in conjunction with psychological aftercare. This unique combination of services allows patients to rid their system of toxic substances like heroin while medically supervised, in the most comfortable and convenient manner available.


Waismann Heroin Rapid Detox

As a leader of heroin detox and treatment we believe in responsible medicine and take the responsibility to provide the safest and most effective detoxification methods available. Waismann Method ® have maintained a reputation of excellence by providing innovative and groundbreaking approaches to treatment of heroin addiction.  We believe that patients deserve the best medicine has to offer, while maintaining comfort, dignity and privacy.


People from around the world have chosen our heroin detox because we:

  •   Have been considered the leaders of heroin rapid detox for the last 17 years.
  •   Have one of the highest safety and success rates in the field heroin detox and treatment.
  •   We admit our patients to a private room of a full service accredited hospital.
  •   Extensive medical examination is provided, prior to anesthesia detox.
  •   Anesthesia Assisted Rapid Detox is performed individually in an ICU room.
  •   Multi-Board Certified Anesthesiologist
  •   Various options of modified medical heroin detoxification provided based on each patients need and desires.
  •   All inclusive post-detox care with individualized counseling and focus on plans to avoid relapse.
  •   Additional options of extended after care available.

Heroin detox by Waismann Method is a humane and effective treatment, that begins with thorough medical evaluation. Patients from all over the world  are admitted to a private room, of a full service accredited hospital in our exclusive location, based only in So. California.

Each patient is assessed by our team of medical professionals, to evaluate which heroin detox method will fit their specif medical and personal needs. When anesthesia assisted  rapid detox procedure is the indicated process, intravenous medications will be given, in order to precipitate the heroin withdrawal while patient is sedated and monitored in the ICU unit.  The process of heroin rapid detox usually takes less than 30 to 90 minutes, while patients remain in the hospital for a total of 2 to 3 days.

After Heroin Rapid Detox is completed, patients are transitioned to our post-detox recovery center for inclusive continuum care, offered in our renowned Domus Retreat. Here, patients are assisted around the clock with regulation symptoms. After undergoing such a rapid physiological and emotional change, patients need the proper support to ensure rapid detox safety and effectiveness. As much as they may want to help, families and friends are just not appropriately trained to deal with the emotional or the physical instabilities that may surface.

Patients who are not properly cared by by experienced professionals post detox,  are at a significantly higher risk for unnecessary discomfort and complications.

If considering the most successful or the best heroin detox treatment program, be sure to thoroughly research your options and examine the standards experience and reputation of the treatment center of choice. Waismann Method® Medical Group, works diligently to ensure ensures the safest and most effective rapid detox for heroin addiction, currently available.

Call today 1-800-423-2482 and learn about the many individualized options we can offer. Ask our experts why we have been the premier heroin rapid detox center, for almost 20 years. We are here for you seven days a week!

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