Options after pain management discharge…
Living with pain can be a difficult and debilitating experience. Unfortunately, individuals seeking help are frequently discharged by pain management doctors due to non-compliance issues. If you or a loved one have been discharged by a pain management doctor due to inconsistent drug testing, complicated PDMP reports, requesting early refills, or doctor shopping, you may be feeling frustrated and uncertain about your next steps. It’s important to know that you have options.
Medication Assisted Treatment (MAT) with Suboxone is an effective option for treating opioid dependencies while having the unintended side effect of providing pain relief. Suboxone, a combination of buprenorphine and naloxone, is a medication that reduces withdrawal symptoms and cravings associated with opioid use.
Traditional opioid prescriptions often come with high risks, as they can be highly addictive and can lead to tolerance and dependence over time. Suboxone, on the other hand, provides a stable and consistent dose of medication that reduces the need for frequent opioid prescriptions leading to better outcomes.
Buprenorphine is a partial opioid agonist, which means that it binds to the same receptors in the brain as opioids, but it does not produce the same level of euphoria or sedation. Naloxone is an opioid antagonist, which means that it blocks the effects of opioids, making it harder for individuals to overdose. Studies show that “buprenorphine, when used as part of MAT, [is] effective in reducing pain and improving function in individuals with pain and OUD.”
Telehealth Medication Assisted Treatment allows individuals to receive care from the comfort of their own homes, eliminating the need for long trips to the clinic. This is particularly beneficial for individuals with pain, who may have difficulty leaving their homes due to their condition. Additionally, telehealth medication assisted treatment provides continuity of care, which means that individuals have access to the same team of healthcare providers throughout their treatment. This helps to ensure that their progress is tracked and that they receive the support they need to achieve their goals.
To determine if online MAT with Suboxone is an appropriate option, our health professionals need to complete a detailed history and physical assessment. While Medication Assisted Treatment can help treat opioid dependencies, we do not treat pain. If you are experiencing pain, it is essential to continue working with a pain management provider to explore non-opioid interventions, such as physical therapy, injections, and alternative therapies.
iRecoveryUSA’s experienced treatment team is here to offer comprehensive and compassionate online Medication Assisted Treatment. Our representatives are standing by to answer questions, assist with financial needs, insurance information, and arrange entry into our practice. Contact us today at 855-460-8527 and reclaim your life. We are here for you.
If you or a loved one are considering MAT with Suboxone, call us today at 855-770-0581 and start healing.
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