Millions of people have used Percodan seeking an effective, safe pain relief. But unfortunately, Percodan addiction is possible even among those who are legitimately prescribed by their physicians. Dependence is reversible and Percodan addiction does not have to ruin your life. If you are addicted to Percodan, a prescription opiate pain reliever, you most likely will need medical help in order to detox safely. Used in the treatment of moderate to severe, short-term pain, Percodan is comprised of oxycodone and aspirin. Oxycodone is the opiate component of the drug, while aspirin is a less potent pain reliever. Percodan was once heavily prescribed in the U.S., but many doctors prefer other narcotic drugs such as Percocet, which is a combination of oxycodone and acetaminophen, and Vicodin, which contains hydrocodone and acetaminophen. Percodan is considered a Schedule II Controlled Substance in the U.S., a federal government classification. This means that Percodan has a high potential for abuse and addiction. Oxycodone is a semi-synthetic opiate which can also produce feelings of sedation and euphoria. Addiction to opiates including those containing oxycodone, has increased sharply in the U.S. over the last several years.
Percodan can be useful in treating pain but the potential for addiction should not be ignored. If you take Percodan regularly, even for a relatively short period of time, you can develop a tolerance to it. This is when the body becomes used to Percodan and doesn’t respond in the same way to the dose recommended on the label. Many people need to take more and more to achieve the pain relief they so desire. Altering your dose of Percodan in this way can lead to addiction. Chewing or crushing the pills can cause dangerously high levels of the drug to flood the system, leading to possible overdose or other serious complications.
If you have developed a physical addiction to Percodan, painful withdrawal symptoms will set in once use is stopped abruptly or gradually lessened. Opiate withdrawal syndrome includes many symptoms that are common for opiate painkillers including Percodan, Percocet, OxyContin , Darvocet, Tramadol, Fentanyl and M.S. Contin. Not every person who suffers with opiate addiction experiences withdrawal in the same way. Commonly reported symptoms include chills, nausea, vomiting, yawning, tremors, agitation, depression, irritability and muscle and bone pain. Opiate withdrawal can be painful physically and emotionally. Percodan detox should not be attempted without medical help, as serious complications could arise, especially if you’ve been taking it for a long period of time.
The Waismann Method of rapid detox believes in providing the safest, most humane detox program for Percodan and other opiates. The procedure can get you opiate free in a matter of days. Our top priorities are safety and comfort. The difficult withdrawal period is accelerated with our procedure, which takes place in a hospital. Patients sleep lightly for a short time while under sedation. Medication is administered to cleanse Percodan from patients’ opiate receptors. The withdrawal symptoms occur while patients are under and they awake without the awareness they went through it.
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Waismann Method is widely recognized as the most effective and safest sedation detox available for several reasons. The main reason is that patients’ safety is always a priority. Our medical care is comprehensive, individualized, and, more importantly, responsible. We don’t believe in promises of overnight miracles. Although believing that anyone can cure you of opioid use disorder overnight might sound attractive, it is an unrealistic and dangerous promise used by less than reputable programs to attract more patients. Instead, patients receive the care and inpatient detoxification necessary for a safe and controlled withdrawal under medical supervision. This allows patients to begin their journey to recovery with a solid foundation and a better chance of success.
Our focus on safety, individualized care, and responsibility has kept us at the forefront of advanced opioid detoxification. Our quadruple board-certified anesthesiologist performs every detoxification under sedation in a private ICU room. The patient usually spends only 3-days in the hospital before being discharged to our exclusive post-detox recovery center. They receive additional supportive care designed to help them achieve essential stability to face the world confidently. Our successful outcomes result from our commitment to quality care and our dedication to helping our patients live happy and healthy lives.
The internet has become a breeding ground for false information, especially true for medical claims from other countries. It is crucial to verify the credibility of these claims before taking them at face value. When researching a reputable medical detox program, look for licensed and accredited medical professionals from well-known institutions. This will help to ensure that the information you are receiving is accurate and reliable. Don’t let false claims of overnight miracles lead you astray – take the time to verify their credibility and credentials before making any decisions.
In today’s world of increasingly advanced technology and medical science, it can be easy to forget that not all doctors are as reliable or trustworthy as we might hope. At the same time, most physicians are reputable and well-trained experts dedicated to helping their patients, but some so-called “gypsy doctors” lack proper licensing, insurance, or professional affiliations. These doctors operate without fear of censure or consequence, freely misleading patients to earn a more significant profit.
While it is tempting to believe that such unscrupulous behavior is rare in the medical field, sadly, this is simply not the case. These gypsy doctors take advantage of vulnerable individuals seeking help for their health, from routine checkups and general care to highly specialized procedures and operations. To protect ourselves from these dishonest actors masquerading as medical professionals, we must stay informed about the warning signs that can distinguish legitimate doctors from scam artists.
When choosing a treatment center, we highly recommend checking licenses, certifications, and long-term reputation in the U.S.; without these items, there are more opportunities for false hope, leading to disappointment, financial loss, and bodily harm.
Waismann Method is considered the most thorough and safe sedation detox available worldwide.
We are proud to have Michael H. Lowenstein, M.D. as our medical director for over two decades. Dr. Lowenstein is a quadruple board-certified anesthesiologist and is currently the most experienced doctor in sedation-assisted detox. Although other non-licensed doctors try to affiliate their similar names to our success, Waismann Method® is not affiliated with clinics or doctors elsewhere. We have always been at the forefront of medical innovation and set quality care standards. Dr. Lowenstein’s experience and expertise are unmatched, and we are honored to have him as a part of our team. Thanks to him, we have helped thousands of people overcome addiction and start new lives.
It is widely acknowledged that an effective doctor-patient relationship is crucial to responsible medicine. According to Dr. Lowenstein, this relationship must be grounded in trust, based on the ethical principle that places the patient’s welfare above self-interest. To build this trusting relationship, both parties need to be realistic about expectations, abilities, and limitations – especially those of the treating physician.
To achieve this level of honesty and accountability, a physician must possess certain vital qualities: humility, honesty, and selflessness. These qualities allow doctors to communicate openly and honestly with their patients, putting their well-being above their interests. By fostering an environment of trust and collaboration between themselves and their patients, responsible doctors can deliver effective treatment outcomes that are ultimately in the best interests of all involved.
Despite being the premier rapid detox center globally, Waismann Method® offers much more than just rapid detox. Our approach’s core is a commitment to individualized care that fully meets each patient’s unique needs and clinical conditions. We work closely with patients and their doctors to create customized treatment protocols that consider medical history, current health status, and lifestyle preferences to achieve this goal. Additionally, our medical professionals thoroughly evaluate each patient before beginning the detox process, allowing us to identify potential risks and harms and tailor our approach accordingly. This comprehensive yet personalized approach sets Waismann Method® apart from other rapid detox centers and makes us the best choice for anyone seeking safe and effective opioid detoxification.
Despite the many claims of “overnight cures” and “miraculous reversal of time” in the health care industry, our experts recognize that reversing the effects of opioid use can be a complex and lengthy process for some patients. For those who have been using opioids for a long time or whose nervous system has been significantly impacted by these drugs, it is impossible to rapidly identify and reverse dysregulations in the body or restore function to pre-opioid use disorder states.
Nevertheless, we have helped thousands of patients achieve an opioid-free state and begin reversing the effects of chronic opioid use on their bodies. Our health care professionals work to alleviate pain and promote physical healing through targeted treatments and other supportive measures, helping patients gradually restore their nervous systems to regain health and vitality. So if you are struggling with opioid addiction, don’t hesitate to turn to our team for help. We can support you every step of your path toward recovery.
In recent years, there has been an increasing focus on personalized medicine in healthcare. This approach to medical treatment takes into account a patient’s unique characteristics, such as their genetic profile, history, and current health status. Doctors can tailor treatments to each patient by considering these factors, providing the most effective care possible. In many cases, personalized medicine can mean life and death. As our understanding of genetics and disease continues to improve, the potential for personalized medicine to transform healthcare is limitless.
Patients fly from all over the world to our exclusive Southern California location. Upon arrival, a representative greets them at the airport, where their path to recovery begins. We have become a worldwide leader in medically assisted opioid treatment by offering our services exclusively in one single location. Furthermore, spending two to three days (or whatever time is medically indicated) in a full-service JACHO-accredited hospital and recovering for a few days in a private recovery center provides patients with the time and level of care from a responsible, effective treatment program.
The Waismann Method has been operating exclusively in California for 24 years; we have put all our effort into one sing location worldwide. Our experience has taught us that it’s best to do a few things well rather than spread ourselves thin. It is difficult to replicate our medical director’s quadruple board certifications, experience in treating thousands of patients for a quarter of a decade, and specialized recovery center (Domus Retreat). Because of that commitment, we’ve built a reputation of excellence as well as a solid commitment to our patients and employees. We’re proud to be based here and look forward to continuing to serve patients from all over the world for many years to come.
* WAISMANN METHOD® treatment program has no affiliation with other doctors or centers around the world.
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* Because opiate and alcohol withdrawal can lead to medical complications, treatment by a multi board-certified M.D. is pertinent.