The Coleman Institute is dedicated to developing treatments that are safe, comfortable and affordable for patients, enabling them to take that first step towards recovery and a drug-free life.
Seattle, WA (PRWEB) November 17, 2012
The Coleman Institute was awarded the "Best of the Best" designation for excellence in Seattle Suboxone Withdrawal by Follow Media Consulting, Inc. They can be reached at 206-923-8995.
Suboxone is a maintenance drug that was supposed to help someone wean themselves off of Heroin or other Opiates. The problem is that this drug is just as addictive as the drugs it's intended to help you recover from. What's worse, it can take up to 6 months for Suboxone withdrawal symptoms to subside on their own.
At the Coleman Institute, they've developed a suite of unique detox treatments that help people detoxify from drugs and alcohol as well as stabilize from the effects of Suboxone withdrawal quickly, safely and effectively, while minimizing discomfort. Their programs are done completely in an outpatient setting. They are safe, comfortable and affordable. Detox is usually finished in only eight days.
Dr. Coleman is not just the National Medical Director for, and founder of The Coleman Institute. He is also a recovering addict who understands what it takes to get, and stay clean. He has experienced the intense level of pain that each patient feels while detoxing and he understands the stresses and challenges associated with maintaining long term sobriety. You can also visit their website at http://www.thecolemaninstitute.com for further details on their detox programs.
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