Introducing a New Medication Zubsolv for Opiate Dependency…

Dr Jennie Byrne from Cognitive Psychiatry of Chapel Hill discusses a new medication that issimilar to Suboxone for opiate dependency. She will discuss some of the differences as well as what you need to do if you need additional help.

If you are struggling from a pain medication addiction please understand there is help available for you with many options. Your treatment and recovery will bring peace back to your life and ultimately help you save money and stop the cycle of chaos. Please reach out if you need help.

Our office is very sensitive to this issue and we are here to support you on your journey.

As always please feel free to reach out to our office at : (919)636-5240 or take a look around our website. Here is more information about Suboxone Treatments available.

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Thank you,

Dr. Jennie Byrne, MD, PhD

Dr. Jennie Byrne, M.D., PhD. With over 15 years of medical expertise, Jennie Byrne, MD, PhD, is a board-certified psychiatrist with experience treating mental health conditions in adults, including dementia, attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder, anxiety, and depression. After practicing in New York City for 12 years, Dr. Byrne relocated to North Carolina in 2008; she currently cares for patients in Chapel Hill, North Carolina, at Cognitive Psychiatry of Chapel Hill. Dr. Byrne earned her bachelor’s degree at the University of Pennsylvania in Philadelphia. She then received her doctorate from New York University Department of Neurophysiology. She also has a doctorate of medicine from New York University School of Medicine. Dr. Byrne went on to complete a psychiatry residency at Mt. Sinai School of Medicine in New York. In addition to her work as a psychiatrist, Dr. Byrne has performed extensive research on attention, memory, and depression. As a board-certified adult psychiatrist, Dr. Byrne focuses on the needs of each patient to pro

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