How Does Medication-Assisted Treatment Help Substance Abuse Disorder?
At Revival Recovery Center in Brighton, MI, we understand how daunting it feels to embark on your journey of recovery, but that's exactly why we're here and why we do what we do: so you don't have to feel alone.
We're dedicated to your long-lasting wellness, and we know that interpersonal relationships yield the best outcomes, which is why we're excited to get to know you personally, not just as a patient. So, don't hesitate; call or visit us today for a in-person or virtual consultation with our board-certified nurse practitioner and addiction recovery specialist Lisa Perna.
We're dedicated to your overall well-being and helping you achieve a brighter, healthier future free from addiction
Your road to recovery begins with a comprehensive, totally confidential, completely judgment-free consultation. We'll review your current situation, medical history, and lifestyle, and then perform any diagnostic tests necessary to formulate the most effective treatment plan possible just for you. This personalized plan includes full-spectrum support, comprising physical, mental, and emotional well-being. This multi-faceted approach, includes medical intervention such as detoxification and medication-assisted treatments; social considerations, like community and educational support, along with psychosocial services.
Our medication-assisted treatment center offers a wide range of pharmacological treatments
At Revival Recovery Center in Brighton, MI, we offer a variety of effective, clinically-backed medications with multiple modes of action to help patients in Brighton, Ann Arbor, Bloomfield, Canton, or Novi, MI overcome various substance abuse disorders. And nurse practitioner Lisa Perna can help you integrate all these life-saving tools to help you enjoy a brighter, healthier future free from addiction.
For those who would like to end their nicotine dependency, we offer a range of nicotine replacement treatments in the form of patches, lozenges, nasal sprays, and inhalers, and the drugs varenicline (Chantix) and bupropion (Wellbutrin) to quash cravings while decreasing the likelihood and severity of withdrawal symptoms.
If excessive drinking is the problem, we also provide the alcohol deterrent disulfiram (Antabuse). Unlike other medications, disulfiram creates an acute sensitivity to alcohol. It blocks the body's ability to break it down, so even a sip leads to unpleasant effects, including nausea, vomiting, and headaches.
Acamprosate (Campral) may also help and provide a normalizing boost by re-balancing one's brain chemistry after being upset by chronic drinking. If taken as directed, three times a day for several months, it can significantly reduce anxiety and the assortment of post-acute withdrawal symptoms that make it difficult for individuals in Ypsilanti, Howell, Hartland, or South Lyon, MI to resume their everyday lives.
And to vanquish opioid addictions, buprenorphine (Suboxone) and naltrexone can lend a helping hand. Buprenorphine is a partial opioid that blocks the effects of more potent opioids. It also has a ceiling effect, so further consumption will not lead to a more euphoric feeling, dramatically lowering the overdose risk. It also cuts cravings and withdrawal symptoms, making it much easier to quit compared to full-acting opioids. Naltrexone works in a similar way to foster independence and can help with alcohol abuse as well.
Free yourself from addiction and take back your life by contacting us today
There's no need to suffer any longer. We're here for you, and nothing brings us more joy than helping individuals win back their lives. So, contact us at Revival Recovery Center in Brighton, MI. Our addiction recovery expert Lisa Perna can help you enjoy a long and happy life – and you can take the first step toward that better future by reaching out to us today.