What is Suboxone film?
Suboxone film is a prescription medicine which contains buprenorphine and naloxone. The medication is used to treat adults who are dependent on or addicted to opioids, either prescription medications or illegal. Suboxone film is used to address opioid dependence and should be utilized as part of a complete treatment plan which includes counseling and psychosocial care. It can help those with addictions to OxyContin, Opana, Norco, Vicodin, Percocet, heroin and methadone. The clinic is private and affordable and employs highly trained Suboxone-licensed professionals who provide the highest quality care to each patient who comes into the office. Suboxone Denton.
How can Suboxone treatment help?
Suboxone treatment is focused on long-term recovery. The clinic is discreet and protects each patient’s anonymity. During their time using the Suboxone treatment, the office helps patients to acquire the tools to live a life free of drugs. FMNTX doesn’t prescribe methadone. Instead, our goal is to help people wean off current opioid and transfer to Suboxone. The office prescribes monthly doses of Suboxone. Medication-assisted treatment with buprenorphine, an active ingredient in Suboxone film, can help to reduce craving for opioids. It is very important to adhere to the doctor’s recommendations and take the medication only as directed.
What is the goal of treatment?
The goals are straightforward and can be attained through hard work. The practice is there for patients to not only to transition them off drugs but to widen their support network in order to ease them back into a normal life. Dr. Mummert and Philip help patients to get healthy again and start to rebuild rewarding relationships with friends, loved ones, and colleagues in order to get their lives back on track. During the maintenance phase of treatment, patients should be taking their medication as prescribed. The complete treatment plan should include counseling and behavioral therapy to address the emotional and mental sides of recovery. While each patient circumstance is unique one should generally expect to come for the evaluation and then follow up in 1 week. If there are no concerns at that point follow ups will be monthly. Patients must be in withdrawal and not have used opioids within the last 2-3 days. Patients will be administered a urine toxicology test at the evaluation and periodically through out treatment.
What is the cost?
For those without accepted insurance or who wish to pay cash the cost is $250 for the evaluation and $150 for follow up appointments. Philip sees suboxone patients through MEDI Care Clinics on a private pay basis only. To learn more about this CLICK HERE.