Break Free from Addiction with the Naltrexone Implant.
STAY SOBER LONGER!
Naltrexone a form of MAT, or Medication Assisted Therapy, which is an evidence-based method of treating drug addiction and alcoholism.
Naltrexone was approved by the FDA in 1984. Since that time, it has become a valuable tool for healthcare professionals to help treat people with addictions to heroin, alcohol, pain medications, and other opiates. It is one of the three medications that are approved to treat addiction in medicine today. Naltrexone is not an opioid. It is actually an opioid receptor blocker. It completely blocks the effects of heroin and other drugs on the body and may reduce cravings when paired with a formal therapy regimen and accountability. It is not a substitute, however, for a full program of recovery, but short term studies have shown that it increases your chances of remaining opiate and alcohol free while you are adjusting to your new sober life.
You need every advantage to stay sober. This is a step in the right direction.
Dr. Joseph DeSanto, MD
Dr. Joseph DeSanto is dedicated to helping his patients by determining if Naltrexone Implant is right for them. Ongoing therapy in and inpatient or outpatient treatment program is strongly recommended to help ensure successful recovery and long term sobriety. And please note that although the drug Naltrexone is FDA approved, the implantation procedure is not, and this procedure is not appropriate for everyone.
Schedule an appointment today to see if the Naltrexone implant can help you avoid cravings and obsession and stay sober so you can live the life you always wanted.
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The biggest hurdle people in recovery have are the cravings of the mind and body. Naltrexone stops these cravings, allowing for successful recovery.
No pills to remember taking. No shots to get every week. One treatment eliminates months of recovery without obsessing over using or drinking.
Dr. Joseph DeSanto will advise you whether the implant is right for you. Inpatient treatment and recovery plans are also recommended to help your chance of success.
Your first step is to reach out to us and we will handle all the rest. We can help guide you through the insurance process and get you treated quickly.