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WHO QUALIFIES?

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Prescription opioids can be used to treat moderate-to-severe pain and are often prescribed following surgery or injury, or for health conditions such as cancer and other chronic diseases.

If you have been taking or plan on taking opioids for five days or more, you qualify for a medical detox.

Dependence on opioids can happen after just five days of use.

The presence of medication tolerance and physical dependence can occur even at prescribed doses or even after as little as 5 days.

Research shows that a significant portion of people who become addicted to opioids started with a prescription after injury or surgery.

Relieve Medical Detox is an Outpatient Medical Detox for patients who have been using opioids for more than five days.

Our program is tailored to patients who are ready to easily stop using opioids and minimize withdrawal symptoms.

This includes but is not limited to opioids, opiates, and pain pill prescriptions, such as:

  • Codeine

  • Hydrocodone

    (Vicodin, Hycodan)

  • Morphine

    (MS Contin, Kadian)

  • Oxycodone

    (Oxycontin, Percocet)

  • Hydromorphone

    (Dilaudid)

  • Fentanyl

    (Duragesic)

After just five days of use, your body has become physically dependent and to quit requires a medical detox to avoid painful withdrawal symptoms. At Relieve, we detox your brain and body from opioids so you can return to your normal life, without repetitive doctor's appointments and annoying side effects from opiate use.

130

Americans die everyday from opioid overdoses (including prescription and illicit opioids).

46

People die everyday from overdoses involving prescription opioids.

Almost

36%

of all opioid overdose deaths involve a prescription opioid.

Source: CDC

TYPES OF PATIENTS

We treat patients throughout the continuum of care. If you're experiencing any of these situations, you may qualify for our Outpatient Medical Detox Program.

Pre-Surgery

You must be on a lower dose of opioids before your doctor will perform your surgery.

Post-Surgery

You’ve been prescribed opiates by your doctor following a surgery or injury, but you do not want to take them long term. 

Cut-Off

Your doctor has stopped your prescription with little to no warning.

Self-Taper

You’ve tried to cut back, taper, or quit on your own, but serious withdrawal symptoms, have made it difficult.

Chronic Pain

You would like to stop chronic pain treatment using opioids and want to switch to a more natural solution.

Chronic Illness

You have been prescribed opioids by your doctor for an extended period of time and want to stop or switch to a more natural solution without painful withdrawal symptoms.

Many patients who have been on opioid medication for chronic issues are ineligible for pain relief surgery or other surgical procedures because they are currently on opioids.

Surgeons will refuse surgery to patients who are on higher doses of opioids because the patient has developed a tolerance and pain can’t be managed appropriately after surgery.

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If you have had surgery or are being treated for an injury, you have a plan to follow the doctors orders and rest.  Maybe you have arranged for a loved one to care for you while you are healing. You have made a plan to recover, BUT DOES YOUR PLAN INCLUDE HOW YOU WILL STOP USING OPIOIDS TOO?

This is a critical step most patients don’t consider and dependence on opioids can happen after just five days of use.

YOU NEED A PLAN.

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You’ve been prescribed opiates by your doctor following a surgery or injury, but you do not want to take them long term. You need a plan to quit once your pain is manageable. 

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Nervous to take opioids after surgery?

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You've been prescribed opioids following an injury, but you are ready to quit taking them and/or switch to a more natural pain management method.

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Your doctor has stopped your prescription with little to no warning. 

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Your doctor told you to take half a dose and taper yourself off of the medication.

You’ve tried to cut back, taper, or quit on your own, but serious withdrawal symptoms, have made it difficult.

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You are currently in a chronic pain management program but would like to reduce your dose or stop completely. 

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You have been prescribed opioids by your doctor for an extended period of time and want to stop or switch to a more natural solution without painful withdrawal symptoms.

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HYPERALGESIA IS AN ENHANCED PAIN RESPONSE. IT CAN RESULT FROM EITHER INJURY TO PART OF THE BODY OR FROM USE OF OPIOID PAINKILLERS.

When a person becomes more sensitive to pain as a result of taking opioid medication, it's called opioid-induced hyperalgesia (OIH)

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Regardless of your reason for quitting opioids, we are here to help. To see if you qualify for our Outpatient Medical Detox Program, please call us today.

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Next Steps...

If you or your loved one is ready to take the next step to be free from opioids,

please call us today!