The Waismann Method of rapid detox recognizes opiate dependence as a central nervous system disorder caused by continuous opiate intake. Many other Kadian Rehab and detox facilities view opiate dependence as a psychological disorder or a result of personal weakness. We don’t make our patients feel guilty for their dependence upon Kadian or other prescription narcotic painkillers. Kadian contains morphine sulfate and is used to treat moderate to severe pain. It is quite potent and can lead quickly to physical and/or psychological dependence with regular, prolonged use. Waismann Method’s medical approach to Kadian detox focuses on the physiological connection Our individualized programs don’t believe in a one-problem, one-solution approach.
Kadian (morphine sulfate) Rehab and Detox Options
We simply reverse a patient’s physical opiate dependency without unnecessary suffering, fear or shame. Our goal is simple and carried out with the utmost compassion. We want to get you back on your feet safely and quickly so you can return to your family, career and obligations. We don’t believe it’s necessary to obligate you for life and we know you can and will regain power over your life. The Waismann Method utilizes the most advanced medical biotechnology available to end Kadian (morphine sulfate) dependency. Other programs focus only on addiction with a dominant religious approach. Our scientific approach is beneficial for everyone and we use therapy as part of the recovery process. The Waismann Method offers a humane approach to Kadian dependence that treats the individual quickly. We care for the patient as well as the person. Many other programs have a “one-size-fits-all” approach, requiring patients to follow “steps” and repeat them until success is achieved. This concept ensures that you consider yourself an addict for life, keeping you involved in the program and tied to an addiction you’re ready to move on from. We know you have suffered enough so we promise not to use blame, shame or guilt in our program.
Opiate-Free Kadian (morphine sulfate) Detox Performed Under Anesthesia
Unlike a number of other Kadian rehab facilities, the Waismann Method doesn’t use opiate replacement drugs such as methadone or Suboxone to wean patients. We know this can lead to a second addiction and the need for additional detox. Some other programs also use psychotropic drugs to make patients feel better about themselves. Our medical procedure answers the depletion of natural endorphin’s in nerve cells due to an external supply of opiates. Our in-hospital procedure uses intravenous medications to cleanse the opiates from patients’ receptors. The process is quick, comfortable and patients usually spend a total of five to seven days inpatients and with professional assistance around the clock.. We also offer options to extend the stay at our Domus Retreat recovery center for those who need or want a bit more of assistance and care in a private and supportive environment.
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