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Fentora Treatment

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Freedom from addiction and dependence is the goal of any responsible opiate treatment. A wide range of in-patient and out-patient programs, services and treatments are available for people who are addicted to Fentora. New advancements in the field of addiction are always on the horizon, as researchers, doctors and detox programs try to find solutions to the growing problem. Because of its addictive nature, Fentora can lead to dependence, tolerance and addiction if used regularly. Fentora can be very effective in battling breakthrough cancer pain and it can be taken safely in the prescribed amount. Prolonged, persistent use can lead to tolerance, dependence and addiction. Because opiates have a high rate of associated relapse, medically-supervised treatment is often necessary. The Waismann Method of rapid detox has spent the last decade perfecting our rapid drug detox program. Our success and safety ratings are tops in the field and our compassionate, humane approach to Fentora treatment sets us apart from others. Reversing an opiate dependency and any possible underlying issues should be the main goal of a quality treatment program.

How Fentora Treatment Programs Differ

Fentora, which contains fentanyl, a potent narcotic, can cause severe withdrawal symptoms. Most patients need to undergo detoxification to rid the system of opiates, and the Waismann Method medically manages withdrawal to ensure comfort. Often the first step in a drug rehab program, detox could include any number of intervention strategies aimed at ridding users of Fentora. Whatever detox process is used, the goal is to lessen the drugs’ physical effects on users. Detox itself isn’t designed to target the other complex aspects of addiction, including psychological, social and behavioral health. Detox is often paired with other therapies to address these issues. Most detox programs begin by evaluating the patient to see if the drug is present in the body and whether there are other medical or psychological issues to address. In some cases, stabilizing the patient requires medication to ease the physical and mental symptoms common with many drugs. Many programs offer “substitution therapy,” where opiate addiction is treated by other opiate-based drugs including Suboxone and Subutex. The Waismann Method doesn’t believe that treating opiate addiction with opiates is the best course of treatment.

Waismann Method Offers Opiate-Free, Rapid Fentora Detox

Our opiate-free Fentora treatment means patients will not develop a second dependence and the need for another detox. Our deep sedation-assisted procedure medically cleanses Fentora from patients’ opiate receptors. They sleep lightly under deep sedation and awake opiate-free and ready to move on with recovery. Accelerated withdrawal takes place while the patient is sedated so they have no conscious awareness of it when they awake. The procedure takes less than two hours and total hospital stay is 2-4 days. When compared to traditional detox and rehabilitation programs, the Waismann Method rids patients of their addictions much quicker. Many traditional programs require patients to stay anywhere from 30 to 90 days. Patients can also choose to move into our Domus Retreat transitional living facility to continue the healing process.

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