Pain Medication Detox

The Coleman Network offers Pain Medication Detox options in San Francisco, CA

Millions of Americans take pain medications every year and many of these pain medications are opioid-based. These addictive pain medications do not come without risk. Abuse of pain medications that contain opioids can result in tolerance and dependence, requiring higher and more frequent doses.

When you continually take pain medications, your body slows (and eventually stops) its production of endorphins. This means that you can no longer mitigate pain without your pain medication. Pain medication can also create feelings of euphoria. Many people who develop an addiction to their pain medication feel driven to take more and more because they want to keep that “feel good” feeling. If this sounds like you, consider a Pain Medication Detox at the Coleman Network in San Francisco, CA.

The Coleman Network in San Francisco, CA helps chronic pain patients detox off their medications in a safe, effective, and comfortable way. The Pain Medication Detox at the Coleman Network in San Francisco, CA is a medication-assisted treatment (MAT) program that uses non-addictive medication to help rid your body of pain medication. This can be completed on an outpatient basis in as few as 3-8 days.

The Benefits of a Pain Medication Detox at the Coleman Network in San Francisco, CA:

Outpatient Care

  • As few as three days to complete the process
  • No general anesthesia
  • No hospital stays required

Minimal Discomfort

  • Safe, assisted withdrawal process
  • Medicine to reduce discomfort
  • Caring support from medical professionals who understand addiction

Long-Term Support

  • Naltrexone therapy to reduce cravings and prevent relapse
  • Plan for maintaining sobriety
  • Access to recovery support services

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