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What OPIOID Addiction Treatment Options Exist?

A variety of effective treatment options are available for those seeking help with opioid addiction. Medically assisted detox is typically the first step to ensure a safe withdrawal from the drug. FDA approved medications, such as Vivitrol, have been successful in preventing relapse following detoxification.

At INSynergy, we offer cutting-edge treatment solutions, including FDA cleared neurostimulator devices for opioid withdrawal, and an extensive management program that includes psychosocial support to aid in your recovery journey. We are committed to providing the latest innovations in addiction treatment to help our patients achieve long-term success. If you or a loved one is struggling with opioid addiction, contact us today for expert care and support.

If you or a loved one is struggling with heroin addiction or opiate pain pill addiction, there are various ways to manage the symptoms of withdrawal. Two medications that have proven effective in minimizing these symptoms are Lucemyra and Suboxone, which are available for use. However, it’s important to note that detox alone isn’t an effective treatment for addiction and doesn’t prevent relapse long-term. Proper treatment is necessary for a successful recovery.

Fortunately, INSynergy can help make detoxing more manageable with their expertise in painless detox techniques. Once a patient is detoxed, INSynergy offers additional options such as Vivitrol, as well as new FDA approved medications designed to prevent relapse and treat heroin addiction and opiate pain pill addiction. With INSynergy’s assistance, there are numerous treatment options available to those struggling with addiction.

VIVITROL is the first and only non-addictive drug approved by the US Food and Drug Administration to prevent opioid dependence after patients have gone through opioid detoxification.

Vivitrol is an injectable time released form of naltrexone that is taken once a month. Vivitrol acts on the brain’s receptors for pleasure, blocking the receptor’s ability to gain any reaction from chemicals such as heroin or opiate pain pills.

When opioids like heroin or pain pills are in your body, they send signals to the brain’s reward system, creating a euphoric feeling that can lead to addiction. VIVITROL blocks these signals.

VIVITROL blocks the effects of opiates and prevents dependence.

VIVITROL is not addictive and does not lead to physical dependence.

VIVITROL does not replace or act as a substitute for opioids.

VIVITROL does not provide pain relief.

Unlike opioids, VIVITROL does not create a “high.”

The BRIDGE is an FDA cleared device used to treat acute or chronic pain. As a tool, The Bridge can help with one of the most challenging aspects of overcoming an opioid addiction – the pain during the initial detox.

INSynergy has pioneered the use of The Bridge Device to treat pain during the period of opiate/heroin withdrawals.

The Bridge is FDA cleared to be used with acute or chronic pain. It works by interfering with pain signals from the spine and brain and is easy to install in the office.

The INSynergy-Bridge protocol is a patent-pending process that uses The Bridge Device as a tool to comfortably transition to Vivitrol, a monthly injection of naltrexone, which is non-addicting and non-divertible.

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