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Tramadol Rehab

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Tramadol Rehab

An addiction to the prescription painkiller Tramadol often results in the need for professional rehab. This refers to the set of treatments and programs available that address addiction to drugs and alcohol. Tramadol is a narcotic-like pain reliever used to manage moderate to severe pain. Ultram and Ultram ER both contain Tramadol. Taking the medication in larger amounts than what’s recommended, or for a longer period of time, can lead to physical and/or psychological addiction. Rehabs vary widely and they can be short-term or long-term in nature. Some focus on therapy or offer faith-based programs. Others make patients follow “steps” until success is achieved. These often require long-term commitments to attend meetings or therapy sessions. A successful Tramadol rehab addresses both the physical and psychological aspects of addiction. Waismann Method offers treatment for both, providing the safest, most effective treatment for Tramadol addiction. Our Tramadol rehab is medical, thorough, humane and discreet.

Eliminating Discomfort  is One Cornerstone of Waismann Method Detox

Many people fear getting help for addiction because of the withdrawal symptoms that set in once use is stopped. Waismann Method eliminates a fearful and degrading withdrawal by effectively managing symptoms through our medical procedure. We admit patients to a So. California hospital for pre-testing to rule out underlying medical conditions. When anesthesia-assisted treatment is indicated, our doctors will use intravenous medication to achieve the cleanliness of  the Tramadol from patients’ opiate receptors. This accelerates the withdrawal and patients rest lightly under sedation during the tramadol detoxification procedure.
After detoxification is completed, patients are then monitored around-the-clock until our medical staff clears them for discharge to our extended recovery center Domus Retreat.  All in all, our hospital stay is 2 to 4 days. This requires a much smaller time commitment than what’s mandated by traditional Tramadol rehabs. For those who wish to extend recovery, we offer tranquility and posh accommodations at our Domus Retreat transitional facility. Patients here can work on sustained recovery through therapeutic and holistic treatments including massage, biofeedback and individual counseling.

Waismann Method Treats Patients as the Unique Individuals They Are

We’ve perfected our procedure over the last tow decades, and while other rapid detox centers have popped up in recent years, there are key differences that should be noted:

  • First, we don’t use opiate replacement drugs such as Suboxone or methadone to wean patients off Tramadol and other drugs. We know this can lead to an additional dependence.
  • Our medical treatments for tramadol addiction follows the latest medical and scientific approach.
  • Private rooms
  • Accredited Hospital
  • Quadruple Board Certified Medical Director
  • Exclusive and Private Recovery Retreat

For almost 22 years, the Waismann Method and Domus Retreat have been helping individuals from all over the world, in one of the most clinically sophisticated opiates addiction treatment centers in existence.

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