If you’re struggling with opioid dependence, it may seem like there’s no way to bounce back comfortably. However, medication-based recovery with suboxone can boost your recovery journey and get you better, faster. Matt Bader, MD, and Andrea Hernandez, MD, at Cognitive Psychiatry of Chapel Hill in Chapel Hill, North Carolina, offer this therapy to opioid-dependent patients. Suboxone alleviates withdrawal symptoms and prevents the opioid high so you can focus on your recovery. New patients can call the office or make an appointment online.
Suboxone treats opioid dependence for both prescription and illegal medications. The medication is a blend of two drugs:
Suboxone comes in sublingual (under-the-tongue) form.
Suboxone treatment at Cognitive Psychiatry of Chapel Hill follows a pattern designed to help you succeed.
Your doctor supports you through the entire suboxone process. Our most successful patients are actively engaged in their treatment all the way from induction through recovery.
Honesty is key, so tell your doctor immediately. Relapse can be part of your recovery if you use it as a learning tool.
If you relapse during maintenance, you'll schedule appointments once a week. You can then build up to four weeks between appointments with clean toxicology screenings and adherence to the program.
Suboxone can be life-changing for the right candidates. New patients can call Cognitive Psychiatry of Chapel Hill to schedule a consultation.