MS Contin detox can be difficult because the drug falls into the opiate category, causing both long term mental and physical addiction.
MS Contin detox is performed with the Waismann Methodsm a medical procedure under deep sedation that induce and speed the withdrawal while the patient sleeps. MS Contin addiction is a serious problem in the United States and tends to happen quickly and to unsuspecting individuals who have been prescribed MS Contin® for legitimate pain reasons. The addiction creeps up quickly and once you have a MSContin addiction, chances are it’s too late to find an easy solution to get off MS Contin®.
Traditional drug rehab treatment methods for MS Contin addiction – talk therapy along with medicinal treatment to lessen the pain of withdrawal – often have less than 10% success rates after the first year due to MS Contin’s powerful, physically addictive properties.
Our advanced rapid drug treatment method of MS Contin detox is the Waismann Method which provides the highest success rate in the field of opiate dependency in the last decade. The Waismann Methodsm of Rapid Detox, treats MS Contin addiction as a physical disease that can be overcome with advanced medical techniques.
The MS Contin detox treatment is performed in a full service hospital under the strict supervision of one of our medical directors. You are followed every step of the way from admission to release, and are assisted in creating a plan for remaining opiate-free once you complete your MS Contin detox.
During MS Contin detox using our rapid detox treatment or Waismann Methodsm, the body’s opiate receptors are cleansed of opiates while the patient is anaesthetized and asleep. The goal is to rid the body of physical addiction: the patient literally sleeps through physical withdrawal. The Waismann Method eliminates the cravings that often accompany traditional opiate detox treatments.
The Waismann Methodsm allows most patients to return to a productive life in a matter of days and eliminates the need to spend months in hospitals or rehab programs.
Last Updated on