Meditox Of Palm Beach Offers a Quick and Painless way to Overcome Opiate Addiction

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A new approach to opiate dependency.Meditiox of Palm Beach began using Buprenorphine, a new drug to combat opiate dependency.

Treatment for Methadone is different than our standard treatment for conventional opiate dependency. Methadone poses additional problems and the course of treatment is longer. But the good new is we can help. We are one of the few clinics in the U.S. who are treating Methadone dependency.

Here's how it works. If you are not local, you will have to travel to our clinic in West Palm Beach, Florida where you will be examined by the doctor. Utilizing a medical protocol called Rapid Receptor TransitionTM (RRT), the doctor will safely and comfortably switch your medications, monitoring your progress daily. You may return home. After 7 days, when Methadone is out of your system, you will be switched over to Buprenorphrine.

With the new medications you will feel better, experiencing no withdrawal symptoms. During the next 4 to 6 weeks we will wean you off the Buprenorphrine - slowly and comfortably. You may go back to work, your studies, or daily chores immediately. You will have energy. You will no longer crave Methadone or opiates.

At last there is a medical solution to Methadone dependency. RRTTM represents cutting edge, out of the box thinking, offering relief to those seeking freedom from addiction to Methadone and opiate addiction. And it works. We have been able to liberate patients from the bondage of Methadone - forever. You can get on with your life.

For those patients that live out of town, we have a travel agent who can help you find travel and accommodations that fit your budget.

This program is private, personal, one on one. We are available to you throughout the course of your treatment 24/7. We will care for you and help you through this.

Please contact us if you are interested. We can help. Call toll free: 1 (866) MEDITOX or locally at (561) 601-4336.

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