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Roxycontin Rehab

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“Roxycontin” is the name often used on the street to refer to OxyContin. Sometimes, it’s used mistakenly to refer to another opiate medication, Roxicodone. Both of these drugs contain oxycodone, a narcotic analgesic. Regular use of these drugs can lead to addiction and the need for rehab, which includes services and programs set up to address addiction. Many opiate rehab programs offer treatment for Roxycontin (OxyContin) addiction, some which are short-term and some which require lengthy stays. There are some programs in fact that obligate patients for months, even years, of group meetings and ongoing therapy. Waismann Method offers a medical detox for opiates that can rid patients of addiction in 2 to 4 days. The procedure itself takes little more than an hour but the additional days include thorough medical testing to rule out underlying issues and around-the-clock monitoring. We know patients have a productive life to return to so our main goal is to offer safe, effective and quick detox that’s compassionate and discreet.

Waismann Method Doesn’t Rely on Suboxone or Methadone to Wean Patients

Waismann Method has the reputation of offering the safest and best possible “Roxycontin” treatment that has been perfected over a decade. We’ve successfully treated thousands of people from around the world in a southern California hospital. We focus on the individual patient, tailoring our treatment for specific needs. Unlike many other opiate rehabs, we don’t bother using replacement drugs such as Suboxone or methadone to get patients clean. These are opiates as well and may require the need for a second detox. We use intravenous medication to clean the drugs from patients’ opiate receptors. This happens while patients are lightly sedated with general deep sedation performed by our professional medical staff. This procedure accelerates withdrawal symptoms which can be notoriously difficult with opiate detox and may include nausea, vomiting, hallucinations, body shakes and body aches. We control withdrawal so effectively that patients can recover in comfort with their dignity intact. Though it’s optional, we have many patients who decide to extend their stay while enjoying relaxing, therapeutic and holistic services at our Domus Retreat.

Waismann Method Offers Total Freedom from Roxycontin Addiction

Waismann Method will never make patients feel bad about their circumstances. Our main goal is to build them back up. We know our patients didn’t intend to become addicted to their medication and we never use blame, shame or guilt in our rehab program. While many other programs are based on faith, therapy or detox with potentially harmful or addictive substances, Waismann Method bases its services on science and medicine. We strive to offer the very best in detox and aftercare that provides patients with lasting recovery that can be sustained easily in the outside world. Patients in our program walk away from our rehab with the confidence in themselves and knowledge that they need to return to a productive life.

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