Pat, a former patient at The Coleman Network, was prescribed opioids for nearly 14 years. When a specialist treated him with Suboxone, he found himself needing treatment to detox off of Buprenorphine. Find out how The Coleman Network helped Pat detox both comfortably and quickly. Former Pain Patient Asks: What If I’d Never Stopped? Pat […]
About 4 years ago, Whitney suffered from severe knee pain that led to knee surgery. Prior to that, she was prescribed a combination of Tramadol and a hydrocodone product. She took them as directed by her doctor, but was also aware of how much she loved the feeling in her mind and body as the […]
Dr. Reich, Dr. Peter Coleman, and other team members of the Coleman Network for Addiction Medicine describe how The Coleman Method offered in Boston (Wellesley), Massachusetts, supports detoxing off alcohol or opioids.
In this blog, I will discuss why addiction is a disease and how we can share this message with others to change the stigma and promote those struggling to get the help they need.
In this blog, I will discuss a frequently asked question, “does naltrexone help block cravings?” and how this form of addiction treatment can help patients detox from opioids.
In this blog, I will discuss why naltrexone therapy is essential for addiction treatment and enabling patients struggling with addiction to opioids to stay sober and support their recovery.
Dr. Peter Coleman, founder of the Coleman Institute for Addiction Medicine, was joined by Andrew Blake, chief operating officer, in exploring how they can help patients who are suffering from alcohol use disorder or substance use disorder in Willoughby, Ohio.
We would like you to read Whitney’s story. At a young age, she suffered a sudden and tragic loss of her brother that inevitably led her down the path of opioid abuse. Explore how she chose her husband and children over taking drugs. And how she is now living a life free from addiction after […]
In the final part of Dr. Banimahd and Dr. Peter Coleman’s interview, they discuss how you can detox off opioids with naltrexone as medication-assisted treatment (MAT) versus using Suboxone.
Ana was concerned about “feeling normal” after her Fentanyl Detox. Therefore, the Coleman Network for Addiction Medicine gave her tips that helped with Post-Acute Withdrawal Symptoms (PAWS), and she started sleeping again.