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Rosedale MD Suboxone Clinic
Our Suboxone clinic is conveniently located in Rosedale MD and spans our reach throughout the state of Maryland through our Telehealth / Telemedicine or online suboxone doctor appointments. Beginning one of our Suboxone Clinic’s Treatment programs can be the difference in a successful recovery versus a long battle of substance use disorder. A Suboxone Treatment or Medication-Assisted therapy program is primarily used to treat a variety of substance use disorders such as alcoholism, heroin addiction, or opioid prescription pain medication addiction. Participating in our Rosedale Suboxone Telehealth Treatment program will put you on the path of recovery at a faster rate and promote lifelong results decreasing the risk of relapse and drug overdose. With Suboxone Treatment you can take control of your life back.
One distinct benefit of using Suboxone as treatment for opioid addiction is the “ceiling effect”, which simply means that taking more Suboxone than you’ve been subscribed to will not result in a full opioid effect and the user getting high. This is a huge advantage over other treatment drugs, such as methadone. Suboxone is a combination of two drugs, buprenorphine and naloxone. Unlike methadone, buprenorphine is only a partial agonist. Like methadone, it attaches to opioid receptors in the brain. But it doesn’t stimulate them in the same way a full agonist like methadone does. Suboxone also contains a drug called naloxone. Naloxone is a medication that is used to reverse overdoses of opioids. It does this by knocking other opioids off the receptors, preventing negative effects such as respiratory depression (slowed breathing). Naloxone does not interfere with buprenorphine’s effects when the Suboxone is taken as prescribed. Because of this, it’s not possible to overdose. Suboxone Treatment has been found to be highly successful in treating opiate withdrawal symptoms. It can alleviate the pain and suppress cravings to allow participants to focus on other aspects of their treatment. Suboxone is the first medication used to treat opiate addictions approved to be prescribed from a physician’s office. .
It’s not always easy to get to a doctor’s office so we’re proud to offer our Telehealth services. In addition we accept a variety of insurance companies including Medicaid. Through Telehealth treatment we are able to be more flexible with our schedule so that we can accommodate your needs conveniently. Someone should never feel like they are fighting this battle of recovery alone. Here at our Suboxone Clinic in Rosedale, Maryland we have trained recovery addiction specialists to make your recovery experience as smooth and attainable as possible. Through our Telehealth services we are able to provide guidance to those located throughout the state of Maryland in order to be able to reach more people in need of support. Don’t hesitate, reach out to our trained recovery addiction specialists to get started on your Medication-Assisted Treatment program!