Opioid addiction has been a growing problem in recent years. As more and more people struggle with addiction to oxycodone and other prescription pain relievers, the need for safe and effective treatment is crucial. According to the American Society of Addiction Medicine, roughly 2 million Americans have developed an addiction to prescription medication for pain. Those who have an addiction to pain medication or illicit opioids, such as heroin, should be aware that they can get the help they need to overcome it and build a happy and healthy life without these drugs.
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Prescription pain medications cause physical changes in many of your body’s systems. That’s why undergoing inpatient opioid treatment under medical supervision is strongly recommended. This part of recovery, which includes detoxification and withdrawal, can produce highly unpleasant symptoms. For example, these symptoms can include abdominal pain, nausea, diarrhea, and chills. As you go through this stage, you will typically have an intense craving for the drugs you were addicted to. You might also suffer from severe mood changes during this time. Withdrawal from opioids can last from several days to several weeks. Since the withdrawal stage can be challenging to cope with, hospitalization is often needed to reduce symptoms. This helps lower the risk of relapse and helps keep you more comfortable. After withdrawal and detoxification, we offer you a chance to undergo assessments and receive counseling.
The first phase of our treatment program takes place in a private, full-service accredited hospital. Our quadrupled Board-certified medical director conducts a comprehensive medical evaluation to create a detoxification plan for you. This plan takes different factors into account, including your evaluation results and your personal preferences. We tailor and modify all treatments to each individual as needed. Our team of doctors, nurses, and patient assistants will support you throughout this phase of the program. As you go through withdrawal, our team will medically manage the symptoms in a private room while keeping you as comfortable as possible. You’ll also receive medications that blunt the severity of your withdrawal symptoms.
It’s common for our medical providers to discover that patients who come in for opioid treatment have other undiagnosed or untreated health issues. Regular treatment centers don’t usually have the equipment, personnel, and resources to view or safely handle these other health issues. However, we will help you manage underlying health problems you have that might affect opioid detox. Medically managing these health issues while you undergo detoxification and withdrawal can help improve your chance of successfully recovering and living a life that is free of opioids.
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Once you are physically stable, our team will admit you to our private recovery treatment program. During this phase of the recovery process, you will receive further support through this regulation period. Also, we will offer psychological assessments and the discovery of the triggers that lead to addictive behavior. Our team considers the results of your assessments for the development of next step planning.
While going through this physiological regulation and assessment phase at our private recovery center, you will have access to several resources. These resources will further assist you in staying comfortable while working on developing healthier behaviors. These include yoga, drama therapy, massage therapy, and individual counseling sessions. Please note that we also provide private suites and have chefs available to cook specific diets. We strive to ensure that all clients remain as comfortable as possible. Therefore, it helps them get through the recovery process with less distress. Providing all of these services allows clients the most benefit. During this phase, we identify the underlying issues that led you to develop an opioid addiction.
There are many benefits to our Waismann Method opioid treatment program. During your stay with us, you will learn how to develop healthy behaviors and a healthy mindset that lowers your risk of relapse. Our two-week program gives you the best foot forward to start a new, healthy life that doesn’t involve prescription pain medications or other substances. We understand that the recovery process is an ongoing experience since emotional and psychological issues don’t resolve in 30, 60, or even 90 days. We provide you with the tools and skills you need to begin the recovery process.
Our private inpatient opioid treatment program helps you learn the importance of maintaining a productive life while receiving individualized emotional treatment. This education serves as an essential part of your recovery. Being productive helps keep your mind busy and positive, which significantly reduces your risk of relapse. We look forward to helping you get through the detoxification and assessment phases to start creating a healthy future for yourself.