If you have an addiction to opioids and want to regain control of your life, turn to Northwest Winds Recovery in Bangor, Maine. Steven Weisberger, DO, and his experienced team offer Suboxone® treatment management to break an opioid addiction once and for all. Schedule an in-person or virtual evaluation at Northwest Winds Recovery by phone or online today.request an appointment
What is Suboxone® treatment management ?
Suboxone treatment management at Northwest Winds Recovery uses medications to make it easier to break an addiction to opioids, medicines sometimes prescribed for pain relief. Other types of opioids, such as heroin, are illicit substances. Regardless of which opioids you’re addicted to, Suboxone treatment management at Northwest Winds Recovery is for you.
What are the symptoms of an Opiod addiction?
Opioid addictions can cause the following signs and symptoms:
- Strong urges to take addictive substances
- Relationship challenges
- Inability to stop using substances
- Feeling high
- Withdrawal symptoms after quitting
- Poor job or work performance
- Mood swings
- Frequent accidents
- Memory problems
- Desiring more and more of a substance
- Poor decision-making
- Financial or legal issues
Such symptoms may begin as mild and become progressively worse over time if left untreated. See your Northwest Winds Recovery provider at the first sign of a problem.
Is Suboxone treatment management right for me?
Is Suboxone® treatment right for me?
To determine if Suboxone treatment is right for you, the Northwest Winds Recovery team discusses your medical history, lifestyle, medication regimen, symptoms, and more. They complete a comprehensive mental health evaluation to determine which condition you may have and how severe it is before personalizing your treatment plan.
What can I expect during Suboxone® treatment management ?
Suboxone treatment often involves taking a prescription medication in the form of a sublingual film, which is a film you dissolve underneath your tongue. It’s important to use this medicine exactly as instructed by your specialist.
When taking Suboxone, you’ll likely notice fewer cravings for opioids without intense withdrawal symptoms, such as nausea, vomiting, fatigue, or seizures.
When it’s time, your provider helps you taper off the medication gradually to minimize your risk of bothersome symptoms or substance misuse relapse.
You might undergo the following treatments with the help of the Northwest Winds Recovery team:
- Medication management
- Addiction coaching
- Online group counseling
- Addiction counseling
Your mental health specialist tailors each treatment to your needs and follows up with you regularly to ensure long-lasting success. They might meet with you in person or virtually via telehealth once weekly or as needed.
Call the Northwest Winds Recovery office any time with questions or to request additional substance abuse counseling sessions.
Book an in-person or virtual visit with the Northwest Winds Recovery team by phone or online today to take advantage of Suboxone treatment management.