Feeling Normal After Fentanyl Detox

Feeling Normal After Fentanyl Detox

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.

From Bad Habit to Full Fentanyl Recovery

From Bad Habit to Full Fentanyl Recovery

This blog answers “what good can come from a bad fentanyl habit?” and how the Coleman Network for Addiction Medicine can help you live a life in recovery from fentanyl.

How to Detox Off Heroin: What It Takes & Getting Help

How to Detox Off Heroin: What It Takes & Getting Help

If you are searching for detox from heroin or fentanyl, explore how you can do this with the Coleman Institute for Addiction Medicine. In this blog, we’ll answer how long it takes to detox from heroin, work-related and driving questions, and who you should choose for your support system, and more.

Accelerated Opioid Detox: Explained Using The Coleman Method

Accelerated Opioid Detox: Explained Using the Coleman Method

Here at the Coleman Network for Addiction Medicine, we know that drug addiction is a disease and not your fault. Drug addiction is devastating and affects an awful lot of people. Since 2002, we’ve helped over 6,000 people navigate towards recovery, and we can help them during this process. What I’d like to do is […]

Is Recovery Possible for Fentanyl Addiction?

Is Recovery Possible for Fentanyl Addiction

Chris first came to the Coleman Network when he was in his early 20s. He was energetic and hardworking, juggling several successful businesses. Tall, charming, and with a twinkle in his eye, he owned two big trucks and a snowplow attachment. The city’s eternal winter brought him luck- he made bank when the snow was […]

Low Energy After Opioid Detox & How to Fix It

Low Energy After Opioids: What’s to Blame?

“Please,” my patient begged me, “please take out my naltrexone pellet. I don’t want it anymore…” Jennifer is a 40-ish year-old teacher in New Jersey, and frankly, had a hellacious 2020. Although every teacher deserves a medal for the Adaptability and Creativity category in the Teaching-During-A-Pandemic contest, Jennifer’s job was even more challenging since she […]

Grief and the Genetic Component of Addiction

Grief and the Genetic Component of Addiction

Our team has had the privilege of working with Allyson who came to us for a dual detox off opiates and alcohol.  She was accompanied by a phenomenal support person, her Aunt Kimberly, who is strong and practical, and who truly loves Ally. When I entered the room to begin the final day of her […]

5 Scary Things People With Substance Use Disorder Believe

5 Scary Things People With Substance Use Disorder Believe

We’ve had an incredibly busy season across our physicians’ offices in the Coleman Network for Addiction Medicine. Everyone has been challenged to find the best ways to protect patients and staff from COVID, juggle holiday schedules, and help fight the avalanche of people seeking help against various addictive substances. If Covid wasn’t piling enough stress […]