Austin, TX (PRWEB) October 02, 2013
The Coleman Institute, one of the leading addiction recovery centers in the US, announced its expansion into Austin, Texas. Their accelerated detox center now offers addiction treatments in the south central United States. The combination of The Coleman Institute’s Accelerated Detoxification Treatment, along with Naltrexone therapy, is what makes it unique among addiction treatment centers and, the reason its success rate exceeds 98%.
The Coleman Institute, nationally acclaimed for its Accelerated Detox Treatments and Naltrexone implants, announced it has launched a full-service office location in Austin, Texas servicing the south central United States. The new Austin office will provide The Coleman Institute’s proven addiction detoxification treatments to all surrounding areas in Texas and surrounding states. This particular area has been long affected by controlled substance dependency, alcohol and illicit drug abuse.
“We are very excited to bring The Coleman Institute’s unique services to the folks in Texas and surrounding states,” said The Coleman Institute’s founder and National Medical Director, Dr. Peter Coleman. “Unfortunately, the illness of addiction and dependency is on the increase in this area. We anticipate bringing help, hope and healing to many individuals and families over the coming months and years.”
The Austin affiliate office of The Coleman Institute will be led by Daniel Frederick, MD. Dr. Frederick is Board Certified in both Anesthesiology and Pain Management and is a principle of the Central Texas Pain Center, operating multiple offices in San Antonio and Austin communities. He completed his undergraduate studies with a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology at the University of Texas in Austin, then went on to receive his medical degree at the University of Texas Medical Branch in Galveston, Texas. Dr. Frederick then traveled to Gainesville, Florida to complete an anesthesiology residency at the University of Florida Shands Hospital. After practicing anesthesia for two years, Dr. Frederick then pursued further medical training at Emory University in Atlanta, Georgia where he completed a pain management fellowship. After practicing pain management for 5 years, Dr Frederick joined Central Texas Pain Center in San Marcos, Texas in July 2011. Dr. Frederick is board certified in Anesthesiology and Pain Management by the American Society of Anesthesiologists.
“I am proud to partner with Dr. Coleman and his team. This is a wonderful opportunity to not only develop The Coleman Institute in Austin and the surrounding areas, but offer innovative, and most importantly, effective, outpatient addiction treatment services to the area,” Dr. Frederick said. “As a resident and physician in Texas, I understand the challenges of addiction and dependency in the area and I look forward to bringing these much needed services to the community.”
The Coleman Institute has successfully treated thousands of drug and alcohol patients since its establishment in 1998 and is looking to make a similar impact on the residents in the Austin metropolitan area. The new office for The Coleman Institute opened earlier this year and is located at 4316 James Casey, Bldg. B, Suite 200, Austin, Texas.
For more information regarding this location and The Coleman Institute, please contact Gene Wilson, Executive VP and Chief Operating Officer at 804-353-1230, or visit http://www.thecolemaninstitute.com/austin-tx.
About The Coleman Institute
Since 1998, The Coleman Institute has helped thousands of patients detoxify and recover from the effects of heroin use and other narcotics, such as Methadone, Suboxone, Oxycontin, Percocet, and Vicodin. The combination of The Coleman Institute’s Accelerated Detoxification Treatment, along with Naltrexone therapy, is what makes it unique among addiction treatment centers and, the reason its success rate exceeds 98%.
The Coleman Institute has seven other offices nationwide (Southern California, Seattle, Richmond, Metro Chicago, Barboursville, West Virginia, Northern California, and Tampa Bay).