Traditional Oxymorphone Rehab programs, tend to offer a narrow approach to opiate dependency. Many are shame-based, meaning they label you an addict for life and instill the belief that you don’t have control over your life. By keeping you in the mindset that you’re powerless over addiction, these programs ensure lifetime membership. The Waismann Method offers a humane approach to drug dependency that treats the individual quickly. We care for the patient as well as the person behind the story and we don’t employ shame, blame or guilt in our total recovery process. We believe you’ve suffered enough already and we aim to encourage, inspire and uplift you. Our medical approach to opiate detoxification is safe, effective and results-oriented. We don’t commit you to a “program” for life, making you relive your past and the events that led to your dependence.
Our Unique Approach to Opiate Detox
The Waismann Method recognizes opiate addiction as a central nervous system disorder, caused by continuous opiate intake. Instead of fostering a culture of fear and certain failure, we simply reverse a patient’s physical opiate dependency without unnecessary suffering, fear or shame. Our goal is simple. We want to get you back on your feet safely and quickly so you can return to your family, career and obligations. You could work your whole lifetime trying to master rehab programs based on the “12 Steps.” If progress is not made, participants repeat these “steps” over and over. The Waismann Method utilizes the most advanced medical biotechnology available today to end drug dependency. Other programs focus only on addiction with a dominant religious approach. Our scientific approach is applicable for anyone and we use therapy as part of the recovery process.
Long Term Oxymorphone Rehab is Not Required for Recovery
Waismann Method’s medical approach focuses on reversing the physical dependence in a safe humane and effective manner. Our individualized programs don’t believe in a one-problem or one-solution approach for all; we believe in assessing each case with the care and attention it needs, in order to provide the most affective treatment.
Another point of difference between the Waismann Method and a number of Oxymorphone rehab facilities, is that we don’t use opiate replacement drugs such as methadone or Suboxone to wean patients. We know these drugs can, and usually leads to a second addiction. Some other programs also use psychotropic drugs to make patients feel better about themselves. Our medical procedure answers the depletion of natural endorphins in nerve cells due to an external supply of opiates. Our in-hospital detox uses intravenous medications to cleanse the opiates from patients’ receptors while they are comfortably sedated in their private rooms. The accelerated rapid detox process usually takes less than two hours and they awake without the awareness of the detoxification. We also include our exclusive Domus Retreat recovery facility, where continuous care is provided in a discreet, supportive and pampering environment.