Roxicodone dependence, whether physical or psychological in nature, should be treated medically by a team of professionals. The narcotic analgesic is the brand name for oxycodone and is used to manage moderate to severe pain. A tolerance to such a potent opioid medication can develop quickly among patients who take Roxicodone for an extended period. There are several treatment options out there but knowing the pros and cons can make deciding on one easier. The Waismann Method offers professional, medically-based rapid opiate detox that is safe, effective, humane and discreet. While other treatment programs may focus on treating the symptoms of physical addiction, others focus on modifying behavior and treating underlying emotional issues. Our unique program targets both and does so in a short amount of time. What takes us a few days may take other facilities weeks or months. Our in-hospital procedure takes less than two hours and our entire hospital stay is a few days. We monitor our patients around the clock and don’t send them off to a hotel to recover as some other rapid detox programs do.
Waismann Method Stands Out as Leaders in the Opiate Detox Field
Another key aspect of our Roxicodone treatment program is that it’s performed in a humane and compassionate way. We don’t require a lifetime commitment to attend meetings or follow steps. We also do not use blame, shame or guilt in our treatment process. We don’t fault our patients for developing a Roxicodone dependency. We know that in most cases, this happens after legitimate therapeutic use leads to development of tolerance. Once patients begin to escalate their dose, a problem can develop quickly. We know that constantly making you relive your past or the events that led to a dependency can be totally counter-productive. Our approach is simple: to treat the Roxicodone dependency quickly and safely and get you back to the life you’re meant to live. Detox is an essential first step in the treatment process as the drugs must be removed from the body in order for patients to move forward. Many people delay getting treatment for Roxicodone addiction because of a fear of withdrawal. The Waismann Method procedure manages the withdrawal phase to ensure a smooth, comfortable detox. The medical management of the often-painful withdrawal phase can help guard against a relapse.
Our Opiate-Free Detox Can Get You on Your Feet in Two to Four Days
The Waismann Method uses intravenous medication to cleanse Roxicodone from patients’ opiate receptors while they sleep lightly under deep sedation. This procedure doesn’t rely on opiate replacements such as Suboxone and methadone, which may lead to a second dependence. Accelerated withdrawal takes place while the patient is sedated so they have no conscious awareness of it when they awake. Total hospital stay is 2-4 days. Patients can then be discharged unless they desire to extend recovery through our Domus Retreat transitional living facility. Domus offers individual counseling, massage, biofeedback and other therapies in a tranquil, private setting.