The Ascend Health PLLC Suboxone Clinic team is comprised of addiction-medicine trained physicians, nurse practitioners (NPs), and physician assistants (PAs) who are committed to providing safe, confidential, and affordable Suboxone treatment for opioid use disorder. At Ascend Health PLLC, we combine buprenorphine/naloxone (Suboxone) treatment with behavioral health support to help our patients live a life free of opioid abuse.
Our Suboxone clinics aim to permanently get you off opioids. The Ascend Health PLLC Suboxone clinics will create a customized suboxone treatment plan just for you. Suboxone (Buprenorphine), is rapidly becoming one of the most popular physician-assisted options to treat opioid dependency. Suboxone clinics are a great option for those who need help with chronic pain and still fear of addiction. You can get relief from opioid dependence with medication assisted treatment programs. You will receive personal service and a tailored suboxone treatment plan that meets your specific needs
Suboxone can only be prescribed to doctors, physician assistants and nurses who have been granted waivers by the federal government under the Drug Addiction Treatment Act and Comprehensive Addiction and Recovery Act of 2016 for administration. Although Suboxone is still a controlled substance it has a lower chance of addiction.
Suboxone, which consists of buprenorphine (and naloxone), is the name for the drug. Naloxone blocks opioids’ euphoric effects, while buprenorphine can provide the relief you need for chronic pain. It is an effective pain-blocker and doesn’t pose a high risk of dependence as other narcotic pain medications.
Your Suboxone Clinic Doctors will keep detailed records of all medications you have taken, any history with narcotics, and any co-occurring conditions. This is important because Suboxone can be combined with other medications and could cause serious side effects.
Your doctor will monitor your progress and make sure you are getting the right dosage to manage your pain and prevent withdrawal symptoms. Suboxone, in fact, is an opioid. Neglecting to take the right dosage can have serious consequences. Once you are ready, your Suboxone doctor will be able to taper you from the Suboxone as safely and comfortably as possible.
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Suboxone Clinics provide medication-assisted therapy services to patients who can live independently and are able to manage their daily living. Suboxone Clinics do not support patients suffering from severe mental illness that is co-occurring with addiction. We have a great referral network and will try to direct such patients to facilities better equipped to treat their illness. These places could be residential inpatient units, a sober life home, or intensive outpatient offices.
Standard of care for opioid addiction includes the use of an effective medication (buprenorphine or methadone or naltrexone) to manage opioid withdrawal and to reduce the chance of relapse. Success rates are further improved by social and behavioral support. The combination approach was once known as medication-assisted therapy, but it has lost its popularity because effective treatment requires the use of medication.
Suboxone is the most well-known FDA approved medication for opioid abuse disorder. It consists of buprenorphine plus naloxone in dissolving tablets or films.
Suboxone is a prescription medication used to treat Opioid addiction (legal and prescription). It blocks Opiate receptors and decreases the need for abusing opioids.
Suboxone is different from other Opioid replacement medications. It requires a prescription from a specialized treatment center. Suboxone can also be prescribed by your doctor.
Suboxone Doctors provide medication-assisted treatments for patients who can live independently and are able to manage their daily lives. Suboxone Doctors can help patients suffering from severe mental illness that is co-occurring with addiction. We have a great referral network. We will try our best to direct such patients to facilities better equipped to treat their illness. These places could be residential inpatient units, a sober life home, or intensive outpatient offices.
Call 980-579-489 to schedule an appointment at one of our Suboxone Clinics.
We are currently accepting new patients at our Suboxone Clinics in Statesville, NC and Charlotte, NC.
Yes! Our Suboxone Clinics do accept NC Medicaid.