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South Dakota Detox

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Many opiate dependent patients, seek the best South Dakota detox they can find. It could be for prescribed opiates they have taken for legitimate pain. Some become dependent upon medications containing fentanyl, morphine, oxycodone and hydrocodone, and can quickly progress to heroin abuse. These drugs can build up in the body (tolerance) after prolonged or excessive use. The U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration said in 2009 that OxyContin (oxycodone) and products containing hydrocodone are most often diverted and abused throughout the state. Codeine, Darvocet, Hydrocodone, and some benzodiazepines are also listed among the most often abused and diverted pharmaceutical drugs in the state. The wide availability of these drugs throughout South Dakota and the rest of the U.S. are cause for serious concern among law enforcement agencies and addiction specialists.
South Dakota opiate abuse is equally concerning for officials. The DEA says that popular diversion methods in the state include forged prescriptions, doctor shopping, and phony call-ins to pharmacies. For many people, obtaining these drugs is as easy as a few clicks of the mouse. Internet sites have popped up in recent years, offering widespread access to drugs such as OxyContin without requiring a prescription. Heroin addiction is another issue that has plagued South Dakota in the last few years.
Some patients that have not found the right South Dakota detox resorts to drug shopping on the internet. This is dangerous for many reasons but primarily because customers have reported receiving counterfeit or expired medications. State officials have moved toward establishing a prescription drug monitoring program to curb instances of diversion and abuse.
 

Patients Seeking the Best South Dakota Opiate Detox, are Instead Flying to California

South Dakota drug detox and treatment are available in many forms, most 12 step based and requiring a long term commitment. It is rare to find a treatment center specialized and focused on just one type of addiction. The Waismann Method has garnered an international following for its rapid opiate detoxification and other forms of medical detox for opiate addiction. The program has safely and successfully served South Dakota residents for more almost two decades. Waismann method Medical group is based “only” in Southern California, where patients fly from all over the world.
Patients from out of town, have the option of flying into Los Angeles Airport (LAX) or John Wayne Airport (SNA) in Orange County. Upon arrival, a representative will be waiting to greet and escort each patient from the airport. There is no need for a family member or a companion; Patients will be cared for around the clock.  Food, lodging, and transportation will be provided throughout the stay. We have concentrated all of our efforts into one exclusive location to offer the world’s best opiate detox and treatment.
Patients are admitted to a private room of a full-service hospital, where to provide monitoring and access to a variety of medical services, and specialists are provided. An extensive medical evaluation including medical history is performed.  We offer different opiate detoxification options and modified forms of Rapid Detox, based on each individual medical and dependency history.  Patients are usually in the hospital for two to three days and a few more days at our private recovery center, where we assist with the emotional and physical regulation in order to maximize safety and effectiveness of the detox.

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