25835 Southfield Road
MDS Drug Detox (Michigan Detox Specialists) of Southfield, Michigan offers a safe, 3-day rapid opiate detox using Naltrexone by skilled and experienced Board Certified Doctors. Both physicians have over 30 years of combined experience treating heroin and opiate addicts, not only in the state of Michigan, but all over the United States.
MDS Drug Detox is owned and operated by Dr. Julia Aharonov, a board-certified Anesthesiologist, and Dr. Joseph George, board-certified in Addiction Medicine. Their mission is to provide state of the art opioid addiction recovery services and aftercare for individuals who abuse and/or are addicted and dependent on heroin, oxycodone, OxyContin, Vicodin, Methadone, Suboxone, Tramadol and more.
After a rapid 3 day detox under sedation using the non-addicting medication Naltrexone (the active ingredient in Vivitrol and ReVia), patients can break the chains of opioid dependence and addiction and enjoy a second chance at a drug-free life.
Click here or call 888-637-6968 any time and receive a free consultation and learn more about our opiate detox treatment under sedation. The MDS Drug Detox Center offers easy interest-free financing and accepts patients from all over the world.
You will receive personalized addiction treatment and therapy based on your specific needs. We offer competitive pricing and include aftercare by one of our board-certified addictionologists.
Whether you’ve become addicted to heroin, oxycodone, Percocet, Vicodin or if you’re tired of using medicine assisted treatments such as Methadone and Suboxone, rapid detox at MDS Drug Detox may be the answer.
The unique rapid detox procedure provided at MDS Drug Detox can alleviate you from the worst parts of withdrawal in only 3 to 4 days, practically eliminating dependence and further withdrawal symptoms.
Rapid detox involves placing the patient under sedation which allows patients to experience the most difficult part of overcoming addiction (withdrawal) and is performed by a board-certified anesthesiologist. Before and aftercare is also provided.
The rapid sedation-assisted detox procedure uses the medication Naltrexone as part of treatment to make sure that the body is truly rid of opiate addiction. Naltrexone is an opiate receptor antagonist, which means that it blocks cravings and the effect of opiates on the brain, as well as decreasing the duration of withdrawal symptoms. Our rapid detox procedure is combined with Naltrexone therapy so that you won’t be trading one addiction for another.
Many heroin and opioid addicts continue using drugs because they are deathly afraid of the withdrawal symptoms to come. MDS sedation-assisted opiate detox method alleviates withdrawal and enables patients to operate normally in only a matter of several days. Those who intend on dealing with the horror of heroin withdrawal on their own are advised to take naltrexone. One of the following two methods of taking Naltrexone is recommended.
MDS Drug Detox prefers the Naltrexone pellet implant that is placed underneath the skin through a minor surgical procedure. The Naltrexone pellet will provide protection for two months as the medicine is absorbed gradually. This protection is provided on a continuous daily basis as the patient proceeds with daily business and activities. The Naltrexone implant is available at an additional fee at the MDS Drug Detox Center and provides protection for approximately two months.
Vivitrol (an injectable version of naltrexone administered monthly) has been approved by the FDA in October of 2010 to treat people with opioid and heroin addiction and dependence. It is the first and only once-monthly injectable naltrexone delivery system approved and indicated for the prevention of relapse following opioid detoxification. MDS Drug detox works closely with Alkermes, a pharmaceutical company that produces Vivitrol to help patients who have Medical Insurance to fully cover those injections for as long as a year after our procedure ensuring sobriety. For those patients who choose and are willing to pay for Vivitrol out-of-pocket, Alkermes provides substantial discounts. However, this can still be costly.
The MDS Drug Detox Center’s dedicated staff have extensive experience in the field of sedation assisted opiate detox, Addictionology, Anesthesiology, Internal Medicine, Cardiology, Surgery and Emergency Medicine.
MDS Drug Detox is the nation’s only doctor-founded opiate detox center where the detox procedure is done under Anesthesiologist-monitored sedation. In addition, MDS Drug Detox provides registered nurses and licensed paramedics that remain with you before, during and after your opiate drug detox.
Reputable board-certified physicians including Dr. Julia Aharonov and Dr. Joseph George have been performing this rapid detox treatment together since 2008 and have been practicing consistently at the same location since 2010.
This sedation assisted opiate reversal procedure has been uniquely perfected, after years of knowledge and repetition, to provide the most effective, confidential, and safe detox for men and women suffering from opioid addiction. Medical staff at MDS Drug Detox are true experts in the field of sedation assisted rapid opiate drug detox.
The MDS Drug Detox Center, their staff, facility, credentials and experience have been prescreened and was recently prescreened by Kill the Heroin Epidemic Nationwide. See our high standards for recommendation. MDS Drug Detox is not approved for recommendation at this time.
MDS Drug Detox provides a unique service that can help many addicts jump-start their treatment and long-term recovery. While MDS Drug Detox offers a unique, stand-alone procedure, detox is often the first step in treating the disease of addiction. For those who don’t continue with Naltrexone therapy after the procedure, Kill the Heroin Epidemic Nationwide recommends going from detox to a top notch addiction treatment center for conventional drug-free treatment and therapy.
For those struggling in Southfield, Michigan and beyond, we highly recommend that you consider and consult with MDS Drug Detox of Southfield, Michigan today.
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