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About Cannondale, CT Suboxone Doctors

Suboxone is a medication that is used to help treat people in Cannondale, CT who are struggling with addiction to heroin, fentanyl, or any other opiate substance. Suboxone is a combination of buprenorphine and naloxone: a partial opioid agonist that alleviates withdrawal symptoms and desires to use 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 solely available through Suboxone doctors in Cannondale, CT who have completed addiction requirements to prescribe Suboxone for opioid addiction treatment. To prevent abuse, Suboxone doctors may ask that patients visit their office to take their doses at the beginning.

Before the year 2000, Methadone was the most common drug used for opioid addiction management, but it could only be distributed by a clinic licensed for methadone treatment. This limited access to MAT for opiate addiction. The Drug Addiction Treatment Act of 2000 made it possible for individual doctors to be able to apply for a waiver, allowing them to prescribe Suboxone. to note that there are still strict regulations these doctors must follow that limit treatment, including limits to the number of patients they are able to treat for opioid addiction.

Julita Cinguina NP
26 Springbrook Lane
Wilton, CT
0.18 miles from the center of Cannondale, CT

Dr. Barry Kerner MD
208 Valley Road
New Canaan, CT
4.35 miles from the center of Cannondale, CT

Dr. Kasey Spoonamore MD
208 Valley Road
New Canaan, CT
4.35 miles from the center of Cannondale, CT

Dr. Simon Ovanessian MD
20 Church Hill RoadUnit 1
Newtown, CT
4.57 miles from the center of Cannondale, CT

Dr. Mark Cerbone MD
Silver Hill Hospital208 Valley Road
New Canaan, CT
4.66 miles from the center of Cannondale, CT

Dr. John Meyers MD
Silver Hill Hospital208 Valley Road
New Canaan, CT
4.66 miles from the center of Cannondale, CT

Dr. Robert Khalil MD
27 Catoonah Road3rd Floor
Ridgefield, CT
5.2 miles from the center of Cannondale, CT

Dr. Lynn Winther MD
191 Wilton Rd
Westport, CT
5.4 miles from the center of Cannondale, CT

Dr. Blaine Messing MD
28 Cross Highway
Westport, CT
5.44 miles from the center of Cannondale, CT

Dr. Anri Kissilenko MD
208 Vally Road
New Canaan, CT
5.48 miles from the center of Cannondale, CT

Dr. Jeffrey Deitz MD
72 Park Street
New Canaan, CT
6.01 miles from the center of Cannondale, CT

David Lo
21 South Street
Ridgefield, CT
6.21 miles from the center of Cannondale, CT

Dr. Mohamed Elsamra MD
51 Riverside Ave
Westport, CT
6.26 miles from the center of Cannondale, CT

Dr. Mohamed Elsamra MD
51 Riverside Ave
Westport, CT
6.26 miles from the center of Cannondale, CT

Teresa Healy NP
87 Marchant Road
Redding, CT
6.66 miles from the center of Cannondale, CT

Dr. Eric Nicholson MD PhD
16 River Street
Norwalk, CT
6.78 miles from the center of Cannondale, CT

Dr. Robert Sterling MD
120 East AvenueSuite 1E
Norwalk, CT
6.84 miles from the center of Cannondale, CT

Thomas McQuaid NP
25 Marshall StreetUnit 2C
Norwalk, CT
6.84 miles from the center of Cannondale, CT

Jason Sandler NP
Norwalk Primary Care497 Westport Ave
Norwalk, CT
6.84 miles from the center of Cannondale, CT

Audrey Harrell
47 Long Lots Road
Westport, CT
6.93 miles from the center of Cannondale, CT

Dr. Susannah Tung MD
544 Riverside Avenue
Westport, CT
6.97 miles from the center of Cannondale, CT

Kathleen Africano NP
108 East Avenue
Norwalk, CT
7.03 miles from the center of Cannondale, CT

Dr. Suzanne Mallouk MD
544 Riverside Avenue
Westport, CT
7.13 miles from the center of Cannondale, CT

Dr. Robert Guerrera MD
128 East Avenue
Norwalk, CT
7.17 miles from the center of Cannondale, CT

Dr. Patrizia Riccardi MD
34 Maple Street
Norwalk, CT
7.21 miles from the center of Cannondale, CT

Dr. Puja Shah MD
27 stevens street
Norwalk, CT
7.31 miles from the center of Cannondale, CT

Dr. Mikhail Magid MD
Hall-Brooke Behavioral Health Services47 Long Lots Road
Westport, CT
7.36 miles from the center of Cannondale, CT

Dr. Karen Brody MD
15 Barrister Lane
Fairfield, CT
7.78 miles from the center of Cannondale, CT

Dr. Frank Appah Jr MD
1 Turkey Hill Road SouthSuite 100
Westport, CT
7.86 miles from the center of Cannondale, CT

Dr. Frank Appah Jr MD
1 Turkey Hill Road SouthSuite 100
Westport, CT
7.86 miles from the center of Cannondale, CT

Choosing a Cannondale, CT Suboxone Doctor

When searching for a Suboxone doctor in Cannondale, CT a good place to start is to research the options that are available and covered by health insurance. After compiling a list of resources that you can afford make sure the choices provided are qualified. Qualified physicians and mid-level practitioners in the U.S. must have an have a particular license, referred to as an x-license, to be able to prescribe Suboxone as a medication assisted treatment option for an opioid addict. These individuals should also offer some sort of community involvement to ensure success whether that involves outpatient programs, or other evidence-based treatment options to increase success while partaking in medication assisted treatment.

Success Rates of Suboxone Maintenance and Medically Assisted Detox

An addictive drug in itself, there is lots of uncertainty on whether Suboxone truly works to treat opioid addiction. Some addicts have said to have experienced 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 success once the Suboxone treatment had` ceased. Other studies did not show long term recovery with a less than 10% success rate once treatment stopped, regardless of whether Suboxone treatment was combined with therapy or not.

Alternatives to Suboxone Treatment in Cannondale, CT

Suboxone is only one of a multitude of treatment options for those addicted to opioids. There are alternative medication assisted treatments that have historically been used in Cannondale, CT to treat addiction to opiates, including methadone and Naltrexone. These medications might be available to you but have different regulations. For instance, methadone can only be administered at a licensed methadone clinic and not by an individual practitioner. For individuals 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 right for you.

The following are indications that an individual is NOT a recommended candidate for Suboxone treatment:

  • Recent thoughts of suicide
  • Untreated dual diagnosis
  • Pregnancy
  • alcohol use disorder
  • Previous adverse reaction to Suboxone
  • Drug interactions with other medications
  • Past abuse of methadone or Suboxone

People who may not be able to receive Suboxone treatment, going cold turkey may be the best alternative option. People who plan to take this route, they can expect intense flu-like withdrawal symptoms and intense cravings. It is strongly recommended to contact a Cannondale, CT opioid detoxification facility that can provide continuous care and monitoring.

Choosing a Connecticut Suboxone Doctor

When searching for a Suboxone Doctor in Connecticut there are numerous factors to consider. To ensure success with MAT, finding a practitioner that provides attentive care is key to achieving lasting recovery. Speak with the physician and ask them their Suboxone treatment practices, if they typically allow patients to take a few doses of Suboxone home to be self-administered, and the length of time before they typically start allowing patients to self-administer multiple doses.

Availability, distance, and office hours are also important factors to consider when looking for a Suboxone doctor. Due to limits on the number of patients a physician can treat, it may be difficult to located a qualified physician in or near Connecticut. However, if you have numerous personal responsibilities, then driving across town for your Suboxone treatment may be difficult. Our directory or helpline can help you in locating a physician who works well for you and who is currently accepting new patients.

Success Rates of Suboxone Maintenance and Medically Assisted Detox

An addictive substance in itself, it is widely debated on whether Suboxone actually helps individuals who are dependant on opioids. Some patients have said to have experienced great success with Suboxone treatment, but others were not as lucky. One study reported that while on Suboxone there was a reduced rate of prescription painkiller abuse at 49%, but only 8.6% exhibited success once the Suboxone treatment had` ceased. Other studies have shown similar relapse rates of about 90%, including cases where behavioral therapy was provided concurrently.

Alternatives to Suboxone Treatment in Connecticut

The opioid addiction treatment drug Suboxone is made up of of two drugs. Those drugs are buprenorphine and naloxone, and the combination of the two has been approved by the FDA for medical treatment of opioid addiction. However, over the past few years this treatment has received significant criticism because of the possibility of addiction to Subxone. There has also been an increase observed of patients in medication assisted treatment programs Connecticut having accidental overdoses. As a result, this has triggered others to seek alternative options. Other options patients have tried include methadone, abstinence, Subutex, or vivitrol. There are many options available and each individual should research every option available with their physician before determining which will be most effective to combat opioid addiction.