Broadway Treatment Center has, since inception, consistently added treatment therapies and modalities that increase the chances of positive outcomes for those suffering from the long-term effects of the addiction to drugs or alcohol. With the recent FDA approval of Probuphine, an opiate blocking implant, Broadway Treatment Center has cemented its position as one of the leading providers of treatment for drug abuse and addiction in the Orange County California area.
Probuphine helps with a long-term treatment alternative that can provide benefits to many patients suffering from this disease.
ORANGE, CALIFORNIA (PRWEB) JUNE 21, 2016
Broadway Treatment Center has consistently added therapies that assist those in recovery for those suffering from drugs or alcohol abuse. “We have begun the process of securing a trained and certified doctor to perform the procedure for clients who decide that it’s a good option for them” stated Kevin Leonard, Broadway Treatment Center’s Director of Marketing. Probuphine is the only FDA approved implant available that delivers and maintains safe levels of buprenorphine, its active ingredient, to the recipient around the clock, for up to six months at a time. It’s recommended for use in patients who are currently stable on low-to-moderate doses of other forms of buprenorphine, and should be used in conjunction with a comprehensive addiction treatment program for best results. To learn more about Probuphine implants in Orange County California call (714) 443 8218.
The current epidemic of opioid addiction is running rampant and unchecked across the country like a cancer. State and federal officials as well as treatment professionals, are scrambling to find ways to provide access to safe and effective treatment options for their constituencies. It’s been challenging to find viable medication options for people struggling with opioid addiction. It’s a double edged sword, given the possibility that an individual could easily become cross dependent on the substance that is intended to help them remain abstinent.
Buprenorphine, a partial opioid agonist, has been the gold standard in the treatment of opioid addiction. In proper dosages, it can suppress symptoms of opioid withdrawal, decrease cravings, and block the effects of opioids. The main goal being to help clients to stay in recovery longer and greatly decrease the chance of relapse while they work to build the skills needed to live a clean and sober lifestyle. Contact one of the top opioid addiction treatment centers orange county has to offer by calling Broadway Treatment Center and speak with an adviser to discuss treatment options.
Buprenorphine has previously been available in pill or sublingual film forms, but many have found issues that arise with these methods. Patients can forget to take their medication, or they end up taking too much or not enough, and there is always the possibility of loss or theft of the medication. The implant looks to mitigate these risks and will play an increasingly important role in the treatment of patients suffering from opioid addiction. Probuphine is an implant, and circumvents the usual shortcomings of other Buprenorphine delivery options, greatly reducing the risk of overdose, misuse and dependence.The new implant also gives hope for those searching for options to get off methadone or Vivitrol shots.
Probuphine is an implant, and therefore keeps the low-dose of medication constant and steady. There is no fluctuation, which greatly decreases the risk of overdose or dependence. The implant option also nulls the issue of the patient forgetting to take their medication daily, or the risk that it may be lost, or stolen. One implant session of Probuphine lasts for six months, making it convenient for patients who can tolerate and are already successfully on buprenorphine. Broadway Treatment Centers is pleased to be able offer Probuphine, the first FDA approved buprenorphine implant as an additional treatment option for their clients. In combination with counseling and other behavioral therapies, Probuphine is sure to be a staple in helping their opioid addicted clients succeed in long term recovery.
“The addition of the Probuphine implant is in line with our mission; being able to provide myriad treatment alternatives, whether it is medicinal, experiential, or educational, we are always looking for new ways to solve old problems” stated Shaun Lennert, Chief Operations Officer at Broadway Treatment Center. “We see the new implant as a viable alternative to traditionally available medication options, and are eager to be part of the solution.”
Broadway Treatment Center has been a leader and vanguard in the treatment of addiction, offering traditional, contemporary, and alternative techniques to their clientele. The Huntington Beach drug and alcohol rehab facility offers treatment programs to everyone from heroin addicts to alcoholics, across the continuum of care. Broadway was one of the first to incorporate pet-friendly services that encourages clients to bring their pets to treatment, as well as a couples therapy program that enables couples a chance to get clean and sober together.
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