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OxyIR Rehab and Detox

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Making the decision to seek out a rehab for OxyIR addiction is the first step on the road to recovery. OxyIR is a powerful pain reliever available by prescription. It’s used to treat moderate to severe pain and is helpful to many patients. Some, however, develop a problem with the drug which is known to be habit-forming with long-term use. OxyIR is in a class of drugs called opiates which are known for being great pain relievers, but also for the potential problems they can cause.
These include physical and psychological dependence, overdose, withdrawal when use is stopped suddenly and possible death. OxyIR rehab refers to the different services and programs available to address addiction. Many programs offer OxyIR treatment that is long-term but it doesn’t have to be this way. Patients who become addicted to their medication are best treated by a program that offers detox and withdrawal management to address the physical addiction, and aftercare for those who need extended care.

Instead of Long Term Oxy IR Rehab:

Waismann Method’s premiere opiate rehab provides rapid medical detox that is safe and effective. It can get patients free of opiate addiction with a procedure that takes less than two hours. Our total required hospital stay is 2 to 4 days. Waismann Method uses intravenous medication to clean the drugs from patients’ opiate receptors. This detox is thorough and effective, and patients are usually sedated in their private room of an  ICU unit of an accredited hospital
This procedure accelerates withdrawal symptoms which can be notoriously difficult with the traditional options offered at Oxy IR Rehabs. Our  withdrawal mtehod is quick and effective so we don’t have to rely on opiate replacements such as Suboxone or methadone to wean patients. Once the procedure is complete, patients are monitored around-the-clock by a full medical staff; In most cases, the following day patients are ready to be discharged to our exclusive recovery center Domus Retreat, for continue around the clock care and assistance. Our programs are  compassionate and discreet, and therapies include counseling, relaxation, massage and biofeedback.

Compassionate and Supportive OxyIR Detox

Waismann Method recognizes the importance of providing a safe and supportive environment for detox and recovery. We never make patients feel bad about their circumstances. We know our patients didn’t set out to become dependent upon their medication and we promise not to use blame or guilt in our treatment program. We’ve seen thousands of our patients recover from opiate dependence, in a short amount of time. While many other programs are based on faith, therapy or detox with potentially harmful or addictive substances, we believe in combining science with respect and compassion. Our simple goal is to get you thought the detoxification process in the most effective, humane and safe manner available.
If you or someone you love is looking for the best and most effective medical opiate treatment available, give us a call today at 310-205-0808.
The Waismann Method offers  a variety of medical detox methods based on each person experiences and medical needs. Therefore, an individual treatment plan and protocol is design for each patient based on an all-encompassing medical and personal evaluation. Our exclusive treatment center, located only in So. California, offers state of the art medical facility combine with a multidisciplinary team of experienced professionals.

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