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Chronic Pain and Addiction Treatment in Brighton, MI

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About Chronic Pain and Addiction Treatment

ProcedureIndividuals who deal with chronic pain from an illness, injury, or accident often end up needing prescription pain medication to manage their daily lives. If you or a loved one has gotten caught in the cycle of opioid or opiate dependence, you know how devastating it can be. Unfortunately, it's nearly impossible for an individual to break free on their own, as immediately quitting these medications can lead to severe withdrawal symptoms. At Revival Recovery Center, family nurse practitioner Lisa Perna offers patient-tailored addiction recovery medicine to help individuals who are addicted to painkillers, like morphine, oxycodone, hydrocodone, codeine, and heroin. Our recovery strategies focus on treating opioid use disorder (OUD) while utilizing alternative pain management solutions to help patients live as comfortably as possible. Our mission is to prescribe hope to our patients. If you or a loved one needs chronic pain and addiction treatment in Brighton, MI, schedule an appointment at our facility to get the help you deserve.

What Are Signs And Symptoms Of A Pain Medication Addiction?

There are a number of signs of pain medication addiction displayed by the patients we see for chronic pain and addiction treatment in Brighton, MI at Revival Recovery. The warning signs and symptoms of opioid addiction are unique for each person but often include:

  • Frequent mood changes or swings
  • Depression, apathy
  • Mental fog or confusion
  • Anger, irritation
  • Emotional outbursts
  • Changes in sleeping and eating habits
  • Secrecy
  • Illness caused by drug use (vomiting, shaking, etc.)
  • Problems with friends/family/work
  • Irresponsibility
  • Withdrawing from social activities, hobbies, etc.
  • Using multiple doctors to obtain prescriptions

Who Is A Candidate For Addiction Treatment?

Anyone struggling with opioid use disorder to manage chronic pain may be a candidate for addiction treatment at Revival Recovery Center. However, if you or a loved one has shown extensive signs of neglecting personal responsibilities as a result of opioid addiction, has tried quitting before and failed, or has shown significant withdrawal symptoms, you should contact us as soon as possible. We understand that addiction is a disease that can wreak havoc on lives and want to treat pain medication dependency with compassion. Our staff also wants to ensure that you or your loved one receives appropriate treatment and the hope necessary to overcome addiction before things get worse.

How Chronic Pain and Addiction Treatment Works

When you come in for your appointment at Revival Recovery Center, one of our caring team members will sit down with you to discuss your health history and symptoms along with your current and past drug use. Your pain levels will be assessed and a series of health screenings may be performed. Our customized treatment strategies generally involve medical detox, as well as medication-assisted treatment. If non-narcotic pain medication does not alleviate pain to a tolerable level buprenorphine may be an option.  Buprenorphine is a long-acting opioid that has a good safety profile that can help  prevent abuse and reduce pain.  The goal is to avoid any serious withdrawal symptoms and alleviate pain. We can also provide guidance for alternative pain management methods, such as yoga, physical therapy, acupuncture, and more.

Chronic Pain FAQ

What is considered chronic pain?

Any type of body pain that lasts for several weeks, months, or years after an injury or diagnosis of a medical condition may be considered chronic pain. Often, the medical definition of chronic pain will include any pain that persists for 3 - 6 months or longer.

What happens if chronic pain is left untreated?

If left untreated, chronic pain can have several negative physical and emotional impacts, including:

  • Loss of mobility
  • Sleep disturbances (insomnia, for example)
  • Depressed immune system
  • Loss of focus, concentration
  • Loss of appetite (anorexia)
  • Anxiety, depression
  • Irritability

Does chronic pain lead to addiction?

Chronic pain can have a dramatic physical, mental, and emotional impact on those suffering from it. In addition to the loss of mobility, effects on work, sleep impairment, inability to do the things they love, and lower quality of life, chronic pain can lead to anxiety and depression for many people. Feeding a vicious cycle, the emotional impact of chronic pain can often lead to addiction if left unaddressed and untreated.

What are some examples of chronic pain?

There are many different types of chronic pain with varying causes. Some common examples of chronic pain include:

  • Lower back pain
  • Migraines
  • Nerve damage pain
  • Joint pain (ex: arthritis)
  • Pain from injuries

What can cause chronic pain?

Chronic pain has a wide variety of causes, including:

  • A traumatic injury
  • A congenital condition (ex: spinal curvature)
  • Poor posture
  • Arthritis
  • Obesity
  • Aging
  • Medical conditions (ex: cancer)

Manage Chronic Pain

A painkiller addiction presents unique challenges that no one should have to face alone. Lisa Perna and her team understand this struggle and can offer treatment for drug abuse, as well as chronic pain. If you're seeking faith-based chronic pain and addiction treatment near Ann Arbor, Waterford, Northville, or Brighton, MI, then get in touch with Revival Recovery Center. We would be happy to provide more information about the many types of insurance we accept.

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