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Below is a comprehensive directory of suboxone doctors in Whitestone Logging Camp, Alaska. Read more about Whitestone Logging Camp suboxone treatment or click here to browse your local subxone doctors.

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About Whitestone Logging Camp, AK Suboxone Doctors

Suboxone is a pharmaceutical drug that is used to help treat people in Whitestone Logging Camp, AK who are struggling with addiction to heroin, fentanyl, or any other opioid drug. Suboxone is a combination of buprenorphine and naloxone: a partial opioid agonist that alleviates withdrawal symptoms and cravings without producing the same high, and a opioid agonist that causes withdrawal symptoms if Suboxone is injected directly into the bloodstream. This medically assisted treatment (MAT) option is uniquely accessible through a doctor licensed to prescribe Subxone in Whitestone Logging Camp, AK who have completed addiction requirements to prescribe Suboxone to those seeking opioid addiction treatment. To avoid abuse, Suboxone doctors may require that patients come and take their dose at their office at the beginning.

Methadone was previously the most frequently used medication used for opioid addiction management, with the caveat that it could only be distributed by a methadone clinic. This limited access to MAT for opiate addiction. The Drug Addiction Treatment Act of 2000 made it possible for individual physicians to be able to apply for a waiver, allowing them to prescribe Suboxone. It is important to[be aware that there are still many rules and regulations for these doctors that limit treatment, including limits to the number of patients they are able to treat for opioid addiction.

Dr. John Pappenheim MD
2770 Sherwood Lane#1D
Juneau, AK
36.07 miles from the center of Whitestone Logging Camp, AK

Dolores Van Bourgondien NP
8585 Old Dairy RoadSuite 200
Juneau, AK
37.02 miles from the center of Whitestone Logging Camp, AK

Dr. Janice Heaton-Sheufelt MD
3100 Channel DriveSuite 301
Juneau, AK
39.14 miles from the center of Whitestone Logging Camp, AK

Dr. Katherine Wollner MD
3100 Channel DriveSuite 300
Juneau, AK
39.14 miles from the center of Whitestone Logging Camp, AK

Karl Bausler NP
3100 CHANNEL DRIVESTE 300
Juneau, AK
39.14 miles from the center of Whitestone Logging Camp, AK

Bradelle Padon NP
3100 Channel DriveSuite 300
Juneau, AK
39.14 miles from the center of Whitestone Logging Camp, AK

Dr. Emily Bos
3100 Channel Drive
Juneau, AK
39.14 miles from the center of Whitestone Logging Camp, AK

Dr. Shirley Workman
SEARHC Behavioral Health3100 Channel Drive, Suite 300
Juneau, AK
39.18 miles from the center of Whitestone Logging Camp, AK

Dr. Aric Ludwig MD
Bartlett Regional Hospital3260 Hospital Drive
Juneau, AK
39.22 miles from the center of Whitestone Logging Camp, AK

Dr. Joshua Sonkiss
Bartlett Regional Hospital3260 Hospital Drive
Juneau, AK
39.22 miles from the center of Whitestone Logging Camp, AK

Dr. John Block MD
1200 Salmon Creek Lane
Juneau, AK
39.26 miles from the center of Whitestone Logging Camp, AK

Dr. Dennis Linderman MD
1200 Salmon Creek Lane
Juneau , AK
39.26 miles from the center of Whitestone Logging Camp, AK

Dr. Joanne Gartenberg MD
3260 Hospital Drive
Juneau, AK
39.27 miles from the center of Whitestone Logging Camp, AK

Dr. Mignon Benjamin MD
3260 Hospital Drive
Juneau, AK
39.27 miles from the center of Whitestone Logging Camp, AK

Nathan Peimann
Emergency Department3260 Hospital Drive
Juneau , AK
39.27 miles from the center of Whitestone Logging Camp, AK

Robert Haight MD
1944 Allen CourtMidtown Clinic
Juneau, AK
39.32 miles from the center of Whitestone Logging Camp, AK

Dr. Lindy Jones MD
1801 Salmon Creek Lane
Juneau, AK
39.33 miles from the center of Whitestone Logging Camp, AK

Lindsey Leder
1801 Salmon Creek Lane
Juneau, AK
39.33 miles from the center of Whitestone Logging Camp, AK

Meghan Lindquist PA
201 D Street
Juneau, AK
40.14 miles from the center of Whitestone Logging Camp, AK

David Moore NP
225 Front Street Suite 202
Juneau, AK
40.32 miles from the center of Whitestone Logging Camp, AK

Casey Ploof NP
225 FRONT ST, STE 202
Juneau, AK
40.32 miles from the center of Whitestone Logging Camp, AK

Dr. Paul Topol MD
2 Marine WaySuite 204
Juneau, AK
40.34 miles from the center of Whitestone Logging Camp, AK

Dr. David Robinson MD MPH
2239 North Jordan Avenue
Juneau, AK
52.18 miles from the center of Whitestone Logging Camp, AK

Dr. Catherine Peimann MD
641 West Willoughby Suite 201
Juneau, AK
52.18 miles from the center of Whitestone Logging Camp, AK

Dr. Robert Hunter Jr MD
700 Katlian StreetSuite E
Sitka, AK
58.39 miles from the center of Whitestone Logging Camp, AK

Dr. Kimberly Capp DO
222 Tongass Drive
Sitka, AK
70.09 miles from the center of Whitestone Logging Camp, AK

Dr. Lisa Antonio MD
222 Tongass Drive
Sitka, AK
70.09 miles from the center of Whitestone Logging Camp, AK

Dr. John Baciocco MD
222 Tongass Drive
Sitka, AK
70.09 miles from the center of Whitestone Logging Camp, AK

Dr. Valerie Edwards MD
222 Tongass Drive
Sitka, AK
70.09 miles from the center of Whitestone Logging Camp, AK

Guillermo Espinoza
222 Tongass Drive
Sitka, AK
70.09 miles from the center of Whitestone Logging Camp, AK

Choosing a Whitestone Logging Camp Suboxone Doctor

When searching for a Suboxone Doctor in Whitestone Logging Camp, AK there are several factors to consider. To ensure success with medication assisted treatment, working with a Suboxone doctor that monitors your progress closely is critical for success. Talk with the license practitioner and ask them their Suboxone treatment practices, if they ever allow patients to self-manage taking doses, and how long before they might begin allowing patients to self-administer multiple doses.

Some common factors that are good to consider when looking for a Suboxone doctor include whether they are taking new patients, how far they are from the patient, and if their office hours work with the addict’s schedule Because of limits on the number of patients a license practitioner can care for, it may be challenging to located a qualified license practitioner in or near Whitestone Logging Camp, AK. However, if you work, go to school, or have a family that relies on you, then driving across town for your Suboxone treatment may be difficult. Our directory or helpline can assist you in looking for a license practitioner who works well for you and who is currently taking new patients.

Success Rates of Suboxone Maintenance and Medically Assisted Detox

The success rates of Suboxone and Medically Assisted Detox fluctuate considerably, frequently depending on the quality of care. Not all Suboxone Doctors or Medically Assisted Detoxes provide the same level of care. Unfortunately, there is a high rate of fraud in the healthcare system, and even the Suboxone Maintenance industry is not an exception to this. A trusted Suboxone doctor is suggested to increase the chances of success with MAT assisted treatment.

Treatment via a Suboxone doctor can be paid for by insurance or self pay. Find out what your payment options are by contacting your Suboxone Doctor’s office. Keep in mind that depending on the doctor, even if they accept insurance, they may not accept yours. If they do take your coverage, make certain you ask them what additional out of pocket costs may be associated. Finally, always reach out to your insurance to check your deductible, out of pockets, and copays before going to the Suboxone Doctor in Whitestone Logging Camp, AK.

Alternatives to Suboxone Treatment in Whitestone Logging Camp, AK

Addiction, like other diseases, does not have a cure yet. Consequently, there is a lot of chatter regarding what the best treatment plan is. Some say 'abstinence is best, the fewer chemicals we put in our bodies, the better.' Others say, 'I'd rather have my loved one alive and on medication, then die from an overdose.' Very simply, the debate it ongoing; however, when following the care of a qualified Suboxone Doctor in Whitestone Logging Camp, AK, you have a much greater chance of success.

Choosing a Alaska Suboxone Doctor

There are plenty of options when searching for a Suboxone Doctor in Alaska. Selecting a physician for Suboxone or Buprenorphine can be cumbersome, and it is imperative to get the proper information. Suboxone is a prescription, and like many other medications, abuse is common. This is why it is critical to get lots of information and get all of your questions answered. Suboxone does not cure addiction, but rather one aspect of a recovering addict's treatment plan. If you are searching for a Suboxone Doctor in Alaska, always be certain that they match your needs in every way.

Success Rates of Suboxone Maintenance and Medically Assisted Detox

An addictive drug in itself, it is commonly debated on whether Suboxone truly works to treat opioid addiction. Some addicts have reported great success with Suboxone treatment, but others were not as lucky. One study reported that while on Suboxone there was a decreased rate of prescription painkiller abuse at 49%, but only 8.6% showed abstinence once the Suboxone treatment had` ceased. Other studies have shown similar relapse rates of about 90%, including cases where behavioral therapy was provided alongside Suboxone treatment.

Alternatives to Suboxone Treatment in Alaska

Suboxone is only one of the multiple treatment options for those addicted to opioids. There are alternative drugs that have historically been used in Alaska to treat addiction to opiates, including methadone and Naltrexone. These medications might be available to you but have different regulations. For example, methadone can only be administered at a licensed methadone clinic and not by an individual practitioner. For addicts who are ready to find recovery and who have a supportive home environment or who live in a sober house, these medically assisted treatment options could be a good option for you.

There are contraindications for the use of Suboxone for supporting recovery from opioid addiction. These include, but are not limited to:

  • Presence of suicidal thoughts
  • Untreated dual diagnosis
  • Pregnancy
  • Alcohol dependence
  • Previous allergic reaction to Suboxone
  • Taking other medications that do not react well with Suboxone
  • Previous abuse of MAT

Addicts who may not be able to receive Suboxone treatment, unmedicated detox may be the only alternative option. Addicts who plan to take this route, they can expect severe flu-like withdrawal symptoms and severe cravings. It is strongly recommended to seek treatment from a Alaska opioid detoxification center that can provide continuous care and monitoring.