Are you prescribed opioid pain relief medications such as Percocet, Oxycontin or any other? Are you not getting better and still in pain?
OxyContin is a synthetic pain reliever that was first introduced in 1995 and really sparked the huge increase in narcotic prescribing and opioid addiction. It was first used in the United States and came up to Canada shortly after introduction and has been prescribed multiple times by physicians to their patients to manage severe pain. Unfortunately, it is a commonly abused narcotic pain reliever. OxyContin is often combined with other drugs and can be injected, smoked or swallowed as a pill.
Whether you are using this drug, percocet, or other opioid medications just for pain relief, your body is probably dependent on this use and you might need detox to get off your prescribed dose.
This is a common opioid addiction we treat at NEWORLD Medical Detox. We have a specific program for Oxys and percocet users. Once again, we make sure we have our clients in a safe medically supervised environment; our physician prescribes medications to detoxify the opioid and control the common withdrawal symptoms such as nausea, diarrhea, shaking and chills. Clients are safely off the drugs of abuse, clear minded and able to decide their next steps to tackle their addiction problems or pain issue. NEWORLD physician is a member of the Canadian Pain Society. He will formulate a non-narcotic pain relief plan for clients post detox.
We well know that no person on pain medication wants to be on them. You are not getting high but your body is physiologically addicted.
NEWORLD Medical Detox follows a special protocol for pain sufferers to manage their detox and guide to a non-narcotic alternative and complimentary therapy.
A psycho-social assessment will be conducted by NEWORLD‘s team before discharge to plan for your treatment upon completion of the detox program. A report will be written and given to you. This tailored exit plan will be discussed with you and/or your family to help to achieve success in the addiction treatment journey post detox.