If you or someone you know is experiencing opioid/narcotics addiction or dependency then you are painfully aware of how it impacts the personal and professional lives of all those who interact with this person.
The use of opioids, be it prescription pain medications, street drugs or even medications used to treat opioid addiction and dependency (methadone, Suboxone, Subutex), is at all time high with record numbers seeking treatment specifically for oxycodone addiction (oxycodone is the active opioid found in OxyContin, Roxicodone, Percocet and other prescription pain medications). Other common drugs resulting in addiction and dependency include Morphine, Codeine, Dilaudid, Hydrocodone, Heroin, and Fentanyl. (click to see complete list)
Same Day Detox offers a successful and proven method of opioid detoxification. We utilize a system known as AAROD (Anesthesia Assisted Rapid Opioid Detoxification) also known as UROD (Ultra Rapid Opioid Detox). At Same Day Detox we are able to comfortably detoxify individuals addicted to, or dependent upon, opioids in 4 to 6 hours while the afflicted individual is deeply sedated under general anesthesia. To assist our patients with relapse prevention, we offer implantable naltrexone pellets, injectable naltrexone treatments (Vivitrol) or oral naltrexone. For those completing AAROD and requiring ongoing naltrexone treatment that do not live or travel frequently to South Florida, arrangements can be made for Naltrexone maintenance therapy to be prescribed for you in your locality.
Regardless of who you are or what you do, now is the time to get clean and sober if you suffer with opioid addiction. It is possible to be free of the misery of addiction and the fear of going through the agonizing experience of acute opioid withdrawal. If you or someone you know is ready to address their opioid addiction and/or dependency and desires a drug free life — regardless of any prior failed attempts at intervention, detoxification, or recovery — please contact us for assistance. It only takes a phone call to “open the door to recovery.”