LOS ANGELES, May 10, 2017 /PRNewswire/ — Access to Naloxone, a lifesaving drug that can reverse opioid overdose, has gained attention as one of the most important issues in the fight against the opioid epidemic. Now, however, a new drug has emerged that is resistant to the effects of naloxone. The rise of this deadly…Details
Clare Waismann of the Waismann Method was recently interviewed by U.S. News and World Report on the topic of talking to your kids about the lethal dangers of opioids. Check out the article here, and scroll down to #4 for Clare’s comments.
Our very own Dr. Michael Lowenstein was interviewed by Elizabeth Espinosa on the KFI AM 640 show, Sunday Morning News. During the interview, Dr. Lowenstein spoke about the challenges of chronic pain and opioid dependence, and how the Waismann Method might be able to help. Please listen to the interview below.
Surgeon General’s Report on Drug Addiction and Substance Abuse Receives Support from Waismann Method Medical Group
LOS ANGELES, Nov. 28, 2016 /PRNewswire/ — The United States Surgeon General, Dr. Vivek Murthy, issued the first-ever Surgeon General’s report on addiction on Thursday. Dr. Murthy stated that he intends for the report to galvanize support to change drug policy in the United States in the way that a similar report over 50 years…Details
Brendan posted a video on social media, where he told his son about the sons mother’s fatal overdose. Brendan was invited to The Doctors to talk about his own struggle with drug abuse as well as the rationale of why he decided to post the video on social media. Surprises for Father Struggling with Addiction…Details
WHDT Interview with the Waismann Method’s very own Dr. Lowenstein on The Dangers of Carfentanil.Details
Clare Waismann of the Waismann Method has a piece published on Healthcare News on whether or not to label people as “addicts”. Here is an excerpt: Despite an estimated 23.5 million people needing treatment for substance abuse in 2009, only 11.2% of these individuals actually got treatment at a special facility, according to the Substance…Details
Dr. Michael Lowenstein of the Waismann Method has a piece published on The Hill on fentanyl. Here is an excerpt: Often times, the illicit drug heroin is thought of as one of the more powerful opioids on the planet. It might be surprising to hear that a relatively common prescription medication, fentanyl, is even more…Details
The Waismann Method‘s very own Dr. Lowenstein was interviewed on The Fix, on the topic, “How Do You Handle Pain Relief If You’re Concerned About Addiction?” Excerpt: “A responsible and thorough physician should assess each patient individually,” says Dr. Michael Lowenstein, medical director of the Waismann Method (an accelerated detox method) and pain management…Details
Waismann Method Medical Group applauds bipartisan effort to reverse nation’s vast opioid problem LOS ANGELES, July 20, 2016 – For the first time in decades, the U.S. Congress has passed a bill aimed to curb drug addiction via better treatment and recovery options. The Senate approved the Comprehensive Addiction & Recovery Act, or Cara, by…Details