In a previous article, I discussed how Dr. Brian Van Hoozen of the Suboxone Clinic in New London, WI is a nationally-recognized addiction specialist. He and his…
In a previous article, I discussed how Dr. Brian Van Hoozen of the Suboxone Clinic in New London, WI is a nationally-recognized addiction specialist. He and his staff are committed to treating heroin addicts with the highest level of success. The first thing they do when dealing with a new patient who has received a detoxification protocol is to administer a pethidine/Naloxone combo oral spray to block all heroin receptors located throughout the body. This is followed by sublingual or oral buprenorphine/naloxone treatments. The goal is to reverse the physical dependency on heroin and facilitate detoxification and eventual relapse prevention.
Suboxone is an extremely effective addiction treatment option for those with an active heroin addiction. It significantly reduces withdrawal symptoms and dramatically increases the speed at which patients are weaned off of heroin. This drug prevents the physical urge to return to heroin use by blocking the receptors that line the brain’s receptors. This allows for patients to successfully wean themselves from an incredibly harmful drug. Withdrawal is much less painful than the discomfort resulting from other substance addictions such as prescription pills or street drugs.
Because of the incredible success achieved with Suboxone, many other medical clinics and hospitals are now offering this highly successful addiction treatment. I have personally attended detox sessions at quite a few locations in my area. It is truly an incredible feeling of being home with your loved one again. No longer will you hear the sounds of a crackling fire, dull metal, or harsh coughing. You can now hear the soft music and gentle flickering lights of your loved one at the far corner of the bedroom.