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MS Contin Rehab

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MS Contin is the extended version of morphine used to treat moderate to severe chronic pain. Rehab consists of numerous services and programs available to address MS Contin addiction. MS Contin can be a helpful treatment for many and can be taken safely. For some, regular use can lead to the development of tolerance. Once effects have been diminished, people need to take more and more. This can lead quickly to physical and/or psychological dependence. Many MS Contin rehabs offer one-sided treatment for addiction, treating either the physical aspects or the psychological ones. The Waismann Method offers comprehensive medical treatment for opiates that addresses the physiological aspects of dependence unlike MS Contin rehab. Our treatment is medically based to ensure safety and we offer comprehensive aftercare for those who choose to take part in it. Some rehabs require long-term commitments. Some programs encourage lifelong association and attendance at meetings or therapy sessions. We know you want to put this chapter behind you and we know you don’t have months or years to spend in programs.

There’s No Need to Spend Weeks, Months or Years in a MS Contin Rehab

We offer a number of different modify detoxification methods based on each individuals specific needs. Our anesthesia assisted  detox method, takes less than two hours and uses intravenous medications to cleanse the MS Contin from patients’ opiate receptors. The total hospital stay is 2 to 4 days and includes pre-testing to rule out other medical issues and 24-hour, around-the-clock monitoring after the procedure. Our rapid approach to MS Contin detox has been emulated by other programs which have fallen short in many areas. We never send you home or to a hotel to recover after detoxing. Our procedure takes place in an accredited hospital in southern California where our doctors and anesthesiologists take all necessary steps to ensure safety. Another important feature of our program is our withdrawal management. Because withdrawal can be scary, many people delay seeking help. rapid opiate withdrawal is accelerated by our anesthesia assisted procedure and occurs while patients are under sedation in the ICU Unit. This takes the fear and degradation out of the withdrawal phase. Many programs rely on opiate replacement therapy with Suboxone or methadone to help wean patients off other narcotics. These drugs can also lead to dependence and the need for a second detox.

Compassionate and Humane Option Available for MS Contin Addiction

Waismann Method will never label you an addict for life. We believe this way of thinking sets patients up for future self-doubt and failure. We recognize opiate dependence as a central nervous system disorder caused by continuous opiate intake, not as personal weakness. We pride ourselves on offering compassionate and humane treatment for addiction to opiates. In addition to the 2 to 4 days our program requires, We include continue recovery at our Domus Retreat transitional living facility for a few extra days. Here, you will learn what’s needed to effectively transition back to an opiate-free life while enjoying therapeutic and holistic services. These include massage, biofeedback, counseling and access to a private chef who can address underlying nutritional deficiencies. Our program is safe, effective and completely discreet.

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