Our Rosedale Suboxone Treatments
Are you suffering from opioid addiction?
If so, Suboxone might be the right medication for you.
Suboxone is commonly prescribed by healthcare professionals for pain management and opioid addiction.
Suboxone is mixed with 2 key ingredients, buprenorphine and naloxone.
Buprenorphine displaces existing opioids and prevents others from attaching to the receptors.
Suboxone is perfect for eliminating cravings and withdrawals so you can function normally.
Schedule an appointment with EPEC Clinic now and see if our Rosedale Suboxone treatments are right for you.
How Suboxone Works
The combination of buprenorphine and naxolone have complementary effects.
Buprenorphine is a lesser opioid while naloxone produces a calming effect.
These 2 powerfully contradictory substances allow a recovering person to relieve their worst opioid symptoms without suffering too much from withdrawal effects.
What is Buprenorphine?
What is Naloxone?
Buprenorphine is similar to an opiate. But it is a little different. It has a few special properties that make treating opioid addiction much easier.
Buprenorphine was available in the United States since 2002. It's revolutionized opioid addiction.
Naloxone is an opioid antagonist. It binds to opioid receptors and can block the effects of other opioids.
For people who've overdosed on Heroin and other opioids, Naloxone can help relieve respiration to near normal levels.
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The EPEC Clinic Difference
Work with a Rosedale substance abuse clinic that is devoted to helping its community. From pain management to substance abuse relief. Let the EPEC Clinic be your go-to choice when suffering from addiction.
With cutting-edge medical technology and a staff that cares about your problems, the EPEC Clinic is Rosedale's go-to medical facility.
Your Privacy is Our Priority
Your privacy is our #1 priority. At the EPEC Clinic, your records and medical history will be kept strictly confidential.
Any additional medications you take will also be properly recorded.
Effects of Suboxone
As with all controlled substances, Suboxone can have potential side effects.
These side effects can be discussed with your Suboxone Doctor at the time of your intial visit.
Is Suboxone Right For You?
With Suboxone, there is an induction phase that takes place in the office.
Induction should not start until at least 24 hours after your last use of opioids.
Contact us now for quality Suboxone treatments in Rosedale.