Troyer Medical Inc.

Suboxone Clinic

Suboxone Clinic

About Our Suboxone Clinic

The goal of our suboxone clinic at Troyer Medical Inc. is to get you off all opioid drugs permanently. Our Suboxone clinic develops an individualized suboxone treatment plan for you. Suboxone (Buprenorphine) is fast becoming one of the most often recommended physician-assisted treatment options for opioid dependency. When you need help managing chronic pain, yet maintain a healthy fear of narcotic addiction, the specialists at Troyer Medical Inc. are here for you. Our Suboxone Clinic provides relief from opioid dependence. You’ll receive personalized service and a suboxone treatment plan designed specifically to meet your needs.

What Is A Suboxone Clinic?

The treatment you receive at a Suboxone Clinic is primarily set up to treat opioid drug addiction. Thanks to the Mental Health Parity Act of 1996, coupled with the added protections under the Affordable Care Act, health insurance companies are required to provide mental health and substance abuse coverage that equals their medical and surgical coverage. Your treatment likely is covered, if you have health insurance.

It’s vital that you receive care from our trained Suboxone doctor to avoid many of the potential side effects of taking the medication. Additionally, when you rely on the experts at Troyer Medical’s Suboxone Clinic, you’re given options to manage your chronic pain that don’t include narcotics.

Benefits of our Suboxone Clinic

At our Suboxone clinic, your doctor keeps careful records of any other medications you take, your history with narcotics and co-occurring illnesses you may have. You need this attention to detail because if you take Suboxone in combination with certain medicines, it can lead to life-threatening situations.

Your physician monitors your progress to ensure you’re getting the proper dosage to both manage your pain and keep you from experiencing withdrawal symptoms. Suboxone is, after all, an opioid. The wrong dosage can lead to serious consequences. When you’re ready, you have a doctor who knows you and can wean you off narcotic pain management safely and as comfortably as possible.

Your Suboxone clinic is run by pain management and neurology specialists who not only prescribe opiates to treat pain, but also offer other pain management alternatives ranging from physical therapy, injections, nerve blocks and medical marijuana treatment. Your treatment plan is designed specifically with your unique needs in mind.

It’s vital that you receive care from a trained Suboxone doctor to avoid many of the potential side effects of taking the medication. Additionally, when you rely on the experts at our Suboxone Clinic, you’re given options to manage your chronic pain that don’t include narcotics.

What are the Treatment Options at Our Suboxone Clinic?

  • Counseling with an addiction therapist who can help you understand your addiction and the psychological and behavioral patterns you’ve developed. No matter what type of addiction treatment you end up following, counseling is recommended to aid in your ongoing recovery.
  • Inpatient and outpatient detox, as well as mental health support, in a hospital or treatment center that provides round-the-clock supervision.
  • Twelve Step groups, best for ongoing recovery once your doctor has weaned you off narcotics and helped you find other, less harmful ways to manage chronic pain.
  • Suboxone, which is considered a medically assisted treatment, commonly referred to as MAT. Our medical center is also a Suboxone treatment center suited to your needs, especially if you’ve developed an addiction to narcotics due to chronic pain management.
Suboxone Clinic FAQ's

Suboxone, a safe and effective medication, can be used to treat opioid addiction. Suboxone can be used to treat opioid dependence. Talking to your doctor is the best way to find out if Suboxone will be the right medication for your needs.

Yes. Suboxone can cause dependence and tolerance if taken in excess. Suboxone can be safely and effectively taken according to the prescription. Suboxone, which is composed of two main ingredients (buprenorphine & naloxone), can stimulate the same brain receptors as other opioids without creating an uncoordinated high. Buprenorphine can help you keep your eyes on the prize and achieve them.

Your doctor and you will decide how long you’ll need to take Suboxone. Suboxone can be used long- or short-term, according to extensive research. Suboxone can be used for long or short periods. Others may only use it for a few weeks before stopping. Suboxone has a number of benefits. It stops cravings for drugs and withdrawal symptoms. This allows individuals to maintain mental clarity and can work, go to school, engage in therapy, and continue their daily activities. Suboxone’s effectiveness doesn’t decrease over time. This means you can continue to use it for as long as necessary.

Suboxone, like many medications can cause side effects. Before you start taking Suboxone, it is important to tell your doctor about any medications you have. Combining this medication with other opioids like codeine, oxycodone and hydrocodone can lead to powerful side effects. When combined with alcohol, it can cause adverse effects. Suboxone users should avoid sleeping pills, narcotic painkillers and sedatives. They should also not consume alcohol. Talk to your doctor about any other medications to find out what is safe.

Suboxone can be used for long-term treatment, but that doesn’t mean an individual must continue to take Suboxone. You can start to reduce the amount of Suboxone you take until you feel completely clear. You can then switch to another medication or remain on your current medication.

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