Waismann Method ®: a Leader in The Field of Opiate Detox and Treatment

Waismann Method Rapid Opiate DetoxWaismann Method® Medical Group is a global leader in the development of effective and safe approaches to overcoming opiate addiction and dependence to drugs like heroin and Suboxone. Patients from all over the world come to our single location based only in California, because they know they can rely on our safety standards, commitment and unsurpassed care.

The Waismann Method® established itself as a leader in the opiate treatment field with the development of rapid detox for opiate addiction, a procedure that rids the body of harmful opiates while the patient rests comfortably under sedation. Today, the doctors of the Waismann Method ®  perform a number of opiate addiction treatment procedures, including rapid drug detox under anesthesia, which reduces withdrawal symptoms and other discomforts and medical complications associated with outpatient opiate and opioid detoxification.

Waismann Method ® Offers Different Methods of Medical Detoxification

Waismann Method doctors perform opiate detoxification in a number of different modified manners to fit the  each patients specific needs. Our multi-board certified medical director can offer such individualized care because we thoroughly evaluate each patient with a full day of pre-examinations before the anesthesia assisted opiate detoxification is performed.

Waismann Method facilities include a full service JCAHO Accredited hospital. staffed with a large number of medical specialists from different fields, where we provide patients with all medical resources that might be necessary to ensure the safest and most effective opiate detox available.  In addition to our inpatient hospital detoxification ( always in a private room) , we have created a specialized post-detox facility unique to the Waismann treatment. Instead of sending patients to a hotel room with a family member or friend, Waismann detox patients receive continuum care at our licensed and exclusive Domus Retreat for a few days. At the recovery retreat, a staff of experienced professionals works together to maximize the effectiveness of the detox process and the comfort of each patient.

Additional services offered at Domus Retreat include one-on-one psychotherapy, biofeedback, acupuncture therapy, massage therapy, special meals based on diet requirements and a number of individualized services to enhance the healing process.

Waismann Method® patients typically spend 5-7 days total inpatient including hospital and Domus Retreat. For very high levels of opioids or other medical conditions , patients may spend a few additional days .


Waismann Treatment is Tailored Uniquely to Each Patient

For patients whose dependence on opiates does not warrant sedation or anesthesia, the Waismann Detox also offers  “intermediate care” options . These additional detox options are best for people who have been dependent on opiates for only a short time and who are in otherwise is not in optimum physical health to be a candidate for the anesthesia detox . These individuals typically spend one to four days at our hospital facility for general health monitoring by specialized professionals, who can also block the withdrawal response and  make the opiate detoxification process more comfortable. After detoxification, patients spend a few days at Domus Retreat to address any underlying emotional and physical needs that might complicate recovery.

Waismann drug detox relies on a wide variety of medical approaches, because no two profiles are identical and each person experiences opiate dependence and recovery in a different way. Therefore, an individual treatment plan and protocol is design for each patient based on an all-encompassing medical and personal evaluation.  Waismann treatment offers state of the art medical facility with a multidisciplinary team of experienced professionals that are unique to our center.

While some become opiate dependent after recreational drug abuse; others find themselves dependent after using opiates prescribed for pain after a significant illness or injury. Aside from drug dependence, many people are in overall good health but physical and mental conditions can complicate opiate dependence. From young adults to senior citizens, opiate-dependent individuals are different when it comes to recovery too – some benefit from anesthesia assisted detoxification ( rapid detox) while others prefer a modified medical approach without the use of anesthesia.

Because of our unparalleled experience, superior medical care and post detox facility, we are able to provide the best rapid opiate detox program available.

Waismann Method Drug Detox Has One Exclusive Location Serving Patients From Around the World

Since the late 90s Waismann Method Drug Detox have received thousands of patients from around the globe, into Southern California for our exclusive opiate treatment . Having only one exclusive location allows us to fully focus on providing the best opiate addiction treatment available. Let our professional medical staff create your individualized treatment plan to overcome opiate dependence.

Due to our success, some treatment centers try to imply that they are affiliated with us. This is our only location; we are NOT affiliated with nor have we trained any other doctors, clinics, rehabilitation facilities or hospitals anywhere else.

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