opioid rehab

Opioid Addiction Costing Employers More Money
April 10, 2018

Opioid Addiction Treatment Costs Increase for Large Employers

The toll of the opioid addiction epidemic continues to mount. The latest victim, according to data from the Kaiser Family Foundation, is…

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FDA expands medication-assisted treatment.
March 5, 2018

FDA Expands Medication-Assisted Treatment for Opioids

In the current addiction treatment landscape, only about a third of all facilities offer medication-assisted treatment (MAT) as part of their care…

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Cognitive Behavioral Therapy
November 27, 2017

Could Cognitive Behavioral Therapy Be an Alternative to Opioids for Chronic Pain?

Chronic pain is a condition that has confounded physicians and the medical community at large for years. It was instrumental in the…

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Vivitrol Treatment in Texas
October 23, 2017

What One International Study Can Mean for Vivitrol Treatment in Texas

In a study believed to be the first that directly compares the two medications, researchers found that once-a-month Vivitrol treatment is just…

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Settlement from Drug Distributor Suits to Be Used to Fund Opioid Addiction Treatment
August 22, 2017

Settlement from Drug Distributor Suits to Be Used to Fund Opioid Addiction Treatment

In response to the rampant and ongoing opioid addiction epidemic claiming more and more of its citizens, West Virginia has passed a…

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Probuphine Treatment Austin Texas
July 7, 2017

Is Probuphine Treatment Right for Me?

In May of 2016, the Food and Drug Administration approved the first-ever six-month buprenorphine injectable implant in the hopes of helping patients…

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Probuphine Treatment Austin Texas

Probuphine Treatment: What You Need to Know

The world of medication-assisted treatment recently saw the arrival of a promising, first-of-its-kind new way to help patients battle long-term opioid dependency….

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Recovery Unplugged Treatment Center Can Gene Variants Create More Targeted Opioid Addiction Treatment?
January 30, 2017

Can Gene Variants Create More Targeted Opioid Addiction Treatment?

It is now generally accepted philosophy in the addiction treatment community that customized treatment plans that address each patient’s individual substance abuse history are crucial for success. A new study from researchers at Yale University may now be taking this philosophy one step further through exploration of gene variants to treat opioid addiction patients. Led by Yale student Andrew H. Smith, the study was funded largely by the National Institute on Drug Abuse and shed some interesting light on the role of genetics in the continued innovation of treatment for chemical dependency. It was published on January 24th in the journal Molecular Psychiatry….

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Vivitrol Treatment in Texas
August 16, 2016

Is Vivitrol Right for Me?

Vivitrol has proven to be an effective resource in helping sufferers of opioid and alcohol dependency manage their cravings and overcome their…

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