Richmond, VA (PRWEB) February 12, 2010
The Coleman Institute, the nationally acclaimed addiction treatment center based in Richmond, Virginia, announced today that it will open up a new, full-service office in Jeffersonville, Indiana on February 15, 2010. The Coleman Institute has four other offices nationwide (in West Virginia, northern California, southern California and Illinois) and this new office in Indiana will be a branded branch, providing all of The Coleman Institute’s proven addiction treatment services to southern Indiana and the surrounding areas, including the Louisville, Kentucky metropolitan area.
“I am really excited to bring The Coleman Institute’s unique services to the people of southern Indiana and the surrounding states,” said The Coleman Institute’s founder, Dr. Peter Coleman. “Unfortunately, the illness of addiction is very prevalent in this area. I hope we can bring some help and relief to many individuals and families over the coming months and years.”
The Indiana branch of The Coleman Institute will be led by Joseph Koenigsmark, DO, MBA, or “Dr. K” as he is better known by his patients. Dr. Koenigsmark is a Board Certified Family Physician trained in Osteopathic Medicine from the Midwestern University of Medicine in Chicago. He has held a variety of medical positions over the last 25 years, including a solo medical practice as well as Medical Examiner for the Commonwealth of Kentucky. Dr. K also earned an MBA, allowing him a better understanding of insurance programs and government medical programs. More recently, Dr. Koenigsmark provided medical evaluations to the disabled veterans of Kentuckiana at the Louisville VA Medical Center. This experience, especially, gave him direct experience treating addictions induced by pyschological and physical pain.
“I am proud to partner with Dr. Coleman and his team. This is a wonderful opportunity to not only open and develop The Coleman Institute in Louisville and the surrounding cities, but offer innovative and, most importantly, effective addiction treatment services to the area,” Dr. Koenisgsmark said. “As a long time resident and physician in Kentucky, I understand the extent of the addiction problem in the area and I look forward to being able to bring these much needed services to the community.”
The Coleman Institute has successfully treated thousands of drug and alcohol abusers since its establishment in 1998, and is hoping to make a similar impact on the residents in the greater Louisville metropolitan area. The new branch of The Coleman Institute be located at 1035 Wall Street, Suite 204, Jeffersonville, IN and is scheduled to open its doors to patients on February 15, 2010.
For more information regarding this partnership between Dr. Joseph Koenigsmark and The Coleman Institute, please contact Mike Stevens at 877.77.DETOX (877.773.3869) or visit http://www.TheColemanInstitute.com.
About The Coleman Institute
Since 1998, The Coleman Institute has helped hundreds of patients detoxify and recover from the effects of heroin use and other narcotics such as Methadone, Oxycontin, Percocet, and Vicodin. The combination of The Coleman Institute’s Accelerated Detoxification Technique with Naltrexone therapy is what makes it unique among addiction treatment centers—and its success rate so high.