Easy Fast Opioid Detox

The Easiest and Fastest Way to Detox Off Opioids

I am always curious about how a patient finds us. A recent patient, Tony (not his real name) said he found us by searching “The easiest and fastest way to detox off opioids” and “the most painless way to get off opioids” on Google. Tony wanted to get off opioids

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AprilAlcoholAwareness

April is Alcohol Awareness Month

In 1987, April was established as Alcohol Awareness Month to help reduce the stigma associated with Alcohol Use Disorder (AUD). The goal of Alcohol Awareness Month is to encourage communities across the country to reach out to their citizens about alcohol, alcohol addiction, and recovery. Alcohol addiction is a chronic,

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Kratom To Detox Off Heroin

Can I Use Kratom To Detox Off Heroin?

Several months ago Jim, 26 years old, came to the Coleman Network for an Accelerated Opioid Detox. He had been using heroin for about 2 years after being on oxycodone following surgeries he’d had shortly after high school. Jim had a good life and was on the right path. Jim

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Boost Energy After Withdrawal

5 Ways to Boost Energy After Opioid Withdrawal

Patients who have stopped using opioids and gone through the withdrawal process often wonder why their energy is so low. They want to know what they can do to boost it. After extended use of opioid pain medications such as Oxycontin, Percocet®, Opana®, Dilaudid®, Vicodin®, etc., stopping is no easy

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Question mark on chalkboard

Is Detoxing Off Opioids Safe While Coronavirus Is Spreading?

While these are uncertain times, the Coleman Network for Addiction Medicine remains committed to helping patients while we all navigate the Coronavirus (COVID-19) situation. At this time, the Coleman Network for Addiction Medicine is continuing to treat patients who need a detox off opiates including oxycodone, fentanyl, methadone, buprenorphine, oxymorphone,

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My Doctor Refuses To Prescribe My Pain Medication

Do This 1 Thing to Stay Off Opioids Forever

Using willpower to change a behavior means working hard to achieve something; Merriam Webster defines will power as “energetic determination.” If you need willpower to accomplish something, then you are attempting a task that you feel some level of conflict about doing. Like part of you knows you need or

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Do this 1 thing to stay off opioids forever

My Doctor Refuses To Prescribe My Pain Medication!

In 1996, Steven was in a car accident that left him with a skull injury and multiple vertebral and other bone fractures. He was hospitalized for several weeks and basically had his entire face rebuilt and rods placed in his back, while other bones were screwed back together. Needless to

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