Transitioning off traditional opiates or to a safer medication, has helped many patients rebuild function and regain control of their bodies and lives.
For many patients, attempts to reduce or stop these highly addictive medications alone, and without help, result in failure.
Each treatment session brings with it something different and is individually tailored to allow for the most supportive and safe medication transition for each patient.
Success is defined by one of the following ways of achieving 100% classic opiate cessation:
Weaning off all opiates • Transitioning to buprenorphine • Weaning down to at least 50% from buprenorphine dose.
for classic opiate abstinence in patients with chronic pain.
maintained the results for up to 24 months.