The misuse of prescription painkillers has skyrocketed within the last decade, an alarming trend for law enforcement, health and judicial agencies that have to deal with it. Individuals are seeking for the best New York Detox without a lot of success. The diversion of opiates including OxyContin, morphine, methadone and Percocet has grown increasingly sophisticated as more and more people become dependent upon them. The federal Drug Enforcement Administration said in 2008 that New York’s problem with pharmaceutical diversion centered on products containing oxycodone and hydrocodone. These are highly potent opioids that are considered controlled substances and used for pain relief.  Among the most commonly abused and diverted pharmaceuticals in New York, according to the DEA, are: OxyContin, methadone and fentanyl. The illicit sale of heroin is also problematic in this state, especially because more and more people who suffer from OxyContin addiction turn to heroin, which is often cheaper.

The DEA lists the most common diversion tactics in New York as doctor shopping, forged prescriptions and theft. Doctor shopping is the practice of visiting multiple doctors to secure several supplies of a pharmaceutical drug. Other popular methods of diversion are illegal sale and distribution by healthcare workers, pharmacy and personal theft, forged and altered prescriptions and the Internet. The increasing availability of these drugs is a big problem for the general population, but especially for young people who can find prescription painkillers in the medicine cabinets of friends and family. The problem is further complicated by the fact that many people believe these medications are safe to take because a doctor prescribes them. The state of New York’s Office of Alcoholism and Substance Abuse Services said in 2009 that one in five high school seniors (18%) had reported abusing prescription pain medication to get high. The national percentage is 13 %, according to the agency. Most people who seek out opiate treatment don’t use pain medication to get high. Most need these medications for pain relief and have become dependent upon them over time.

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Waismann Method in So. California has treated thousands of people from New York and across the world, with our renowned medical opiate detoxification methods including rapid detox. We are known for our effective, private and humane approach to opiate treatment. We never make our patients feel guilty or shameful for their drug addiction, and our staff members and medical professionals are highly discreet.

Patients have the option of flying into LAX in a thorough detoxification is performed, to rule out underlying issues.  Waismann Method® is much more than a simple opiate detox procedure, it contends that each patient needs to be treated as an individual; properly assessed, and given specifically tailored treatment and individual aftercare. The Waismann Method® Group has as well created a specialized recovery center Domus Retreat, in order to nurture and address patient specific immediate post detox needs. The dedicated staff at Domus Retreat supervise patients as they transition to a new life without drugs.

Waismann Method treatment is offered in one single location. We have concentrated all our experience and efforts to create the best opiate treatment worldwide.

When safety, success and comfort is a priority; Waismann Method Medical Group should be the only choice.


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