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About New Seabury, MA Suboxone Doctors

Suboxone is a medication that is used to help treat people in New Seabury, MA who are struggling with addiction to heroin, fentanyl, or any other opiate substance. Suboxone is a combination of buprenorphine - a partial opioid agonist that alleviates withdrawal symptoms and cravings without producing the same euphoria - and naloxone - an opioid agonist that causes withdrawal symptoms if Suboxone is injected directly into the bloodstream. This medically assisted treatment (MAT) option is uniquely available through a doctor licensed to prescribe Subxone in New Seabury, MA who have completed addiction requirements to prescribe Suboxone for opioid addiction treatment. To minimize the likelihood of abuse, Suboxone doctors may require that patients visit their office to take their doses at the beginning.

Before the year 2000, Methadone was the most common medication used for opioid addiction management, with the caveat that it could only be prescribed via a clinic licensed for methadone treatment. This limited access to medication managed treatment for opiate addiction. The Drug Addiction Treatment Act of 2000 opened the door for individual doctors to be able to apply for a waiver, opening the door for individual practitioners to prescribe Suboxone. It is important to[be aware that there are still strict regulations for these doctors that limit treatment. This includes how many patients they are able to treat for addiction to painkillers and other opiates.

Teresa Jagoda NP
528 Newton Street
Fall River, MA
2.32 miles from the center of New Seabury, MA

Audrey Clark NP
102 Main Street
Greenfield, MA
2.7 miles from the center of New Seabury, MA

Matthew Ellam NP
63 Main St FL 5Brockton Neighborhood Health Center
Brockton, MA
2.7 miles from the center of New Seabury, MA

Daniel Regan NP
26 F Street
South Boston, MA
2.7 miles from the center of New Seabury, MA

Kelly Brigham PA
528 Newton Street
Fall River, MA
2.7 miles from the center of New Seabury, MA

Dr. David Tager MD
Community Health Center of Cape Cod107 Commercial Street
Mashpee, MA
2.82 miles from the center of New Seabury, MA

Dr. Kenneth Terkelsen MD
Comm Health Center of Cape Cod107 Commercial Street
Mashpee, MA
2.82 miles from the center of New Seabury, MA

Mariyan Montaque
151 Worcester Road
Barre, MA
2.82 miles from the center of New Seabury, MA

Mariel White NP
21 Aberdeen StreetApartment 6
Boston , MA
3.14 miles from the center of New Seabury, MA

Dr. Paul Lee MD
309 Teaticket Hwy
Teaticket, MA
5.84 miles from the center of New Seabury, MA

Dr. Ruth Barron MD
FALMOUTH HOSPITAL100 TER HEUN DRIVE
Falmouth, MA
6.15 miles from the center of New Seabury, MA

Dr. John Ewald MD
81 Sam Turner Road
East Falmouth, MA
6.15 miles from the center of New Seabury, MA

Courtney McDonald NP
225 New Lancaster Road
Leominster, MA
6.15 miles from the center of New Seabury, MA

Gerald Duffy PA
55 Fruit StreetFounder 110
Boston , MA
6.15 miles from the center of New Seabury, MA

Mohit Chauhan
55 Lake Avenue North
Worcester, MA
6.15 miles from the center of New Seabury, MA

Dr. Nisha David MD
90 Ter Heun DriveSecond Floor
Falmouth, MA
7.33 miles from the center of New Seabury, MA

Dr. Mohammad Arshad DO
20 Open Trail Road
Sandwich, MA
8.1 miles from the center of New Seabury, MA

Dr. Walter McLean MD
200 Moorland Road
Falmouth, MA
8.11 miles from the center of New Seabury, MA

Dr. Maria Batilo MD
37 Edgerton DriveSuite 3
North Falmouth, MA
8.38 miles from the center of New Seabury, MA

Brian Kroener MD
Manet Community Health Center - Houghs Neck1193 Sea Street
Quincy, MA
8.96 miles from the center of New Seabury, MA

Dr. Karen Casper MD
PO BOX 2115ONE HOSPITAL ROAD
Vineyard Haven , MA
10.1 miles from the center of New Seabury, MA

Andrea Conway NP
39A Industrial Park Road
Plymouth, MA
10.1 miles from the center of New Seabury, MA

Dr. Gaurav Dang MD
433 West Main Street
Hyannis, MA
10.32 miles from the center of New Seabury, MA

Dr. Claudio Demb MD
119 Windsor StreetLatino Mental Health
Cambridge, MA
10.36 miles from the center of New Seabury, MA

Dr. Charles Silberstein MD
1 Hospital Road
Oak Bluffs, MA
10.39 miles from the center of New Seabury, MA

Dr. Jacqueline Draper MD
1030 President AvenueSuite 1004
Fall River , MA
10.39 miles from the center of New Seabury, MA

Dr. Kevin Simon MD
300 Longwood Ave
Boston, MA
10.39 miles from the center of New Seabury, MA

Dr. Alamjit Virk MD
233 Worthen Road East
Lexington, MA
10.39 miles from the center of New Seabury, MA

Christopher Ortiz PA
339 Massachusetts Avenue
Arlington , MA
11.35 miles from the center of New Seabury, MA

Dr. Caitlin Bove MD
409 W Broadway
Boston, MA
11.62 miles from the center of New Seabury, MA

Finding a New Seabury, MA Suboxone Doctor

When selecting a Suboxone doctor in New Seabury, MA a good place to start is to research the options that are obtainable and covered by health insurance. In addition to finding financially viable doctors, make sure they are qualified. Qualified physicians and mid-level practitioners in America must have an X-license to be able to prescribe Suboxone as a medication for opioid addiction treatment. It is also recommended to enroll in additional treatment programs that support recovery, such as outpatient programs, or other evidence-based treatment options to ensure the most effective results while completing a Suboxone treatment regimens.

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 patients 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% exhibited abstinence once the Suboxone treatment ended. Other studies have shown similar relapse rates of about 90%, regardless of whether Suboxone treatment was combined with therapy or not.

Alternatives to Suboxone Treatment in New Seabury, MA

The drug Suboxone is made up of of two substances. Those substances are buprenorphine and naloxone, and the use of these 2 substances together has been approved by the FDA for opioid addiction treatment. However, over the past few years this medication has received a lot of scrutiny because of the likelihood of addiction to Subxone. We have also seen a rise of addicts in medication assisted treatment programs New Seabury, MA having unintended overdoses. As a result, this has triggered others to look for alternative options. Other options addicts have considered include methadone, abstinence, Subutex, or vivitrol. Countless options are available and each person should research every option available with their doctor before .

Choosing a Massachusetts Suboxone Doctor

When selecting a Suboxone Doctor in Massachusetts there are several factors to consider. To ensure success via medically assisted treatment, finding a practitioner that monitors your progress closely is an critical aspect of recovery. Connect with the physician and inquire regarding how closely they monitor their clients, if they typically allow patients to take a few doses of Suboxone home to be self-administered, and how long before they typically start sending clients home with multiple doses.

Availability, distance, and office hours are also key factors to consider when searching for a Suboxone doctor. Due to limits on the number of patients a physician can care for, it may be difficult to find a qualified physician in or near Massachusetts. However, if you work, go to school, or have a family that relies on you, then driving across town for your Suboxone treatment might not be practical. Our directory or helpline can help you in finding a physician who works well for you and who is currently accepting new patients.

Success Rates of Suboxone Maintenance and Medically Assisted Detox

There are a lot of inconsistencies in the success rates of Suboxone and Medically Assisted Detox, usually depending on the quality of care. Not all Suboxone Doctors or Medically Assisted Detoxes are the same. Unfortunately, the healthcare industry is rampant with fraud, and even the Suboxone Maintenance industry is not an exception to this. To encourage a greater success rate while on Suboxone Maintenance, we advise using a reputable Suboxone Doctor.

Treatment via a Suboxone doctor can be paid for via insurance or self pay. Find out what your payment options are by reaching out to your Suboxone Doctor’s office. Keep in mind that not all doctors accept all insurance plans. If they do accept your insurance, make certain you specifically inquire about what additional out of pocket costs may be associated. Finally, always reach out to your insurance to confirm your deductible, out of pockets, and copays before going to the Suboxone Doctor in Massachusetts.

Alternatives to Suboxone Treatment in Massachusetts

Suboxone is only one of several treatment options for opioid addiction. There are alternative medication assisted treatments that have previously been used in Massachusetts for opioid addiction treatment, 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 determined to get clean and who have a supportive home environment or who live in a sober house, these medication 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:

  • Recent thoughts of suicide
  • Untreated mental health disorder
  • Pregnancy
  • alcohol use disorder
  • Previous adverse reaction to Suboxone
  • Drug interactions with other medications
  • Previous abuse of MAT

Addicts who are not a solid candidate for Suboxone treatment, going cold turkey may be the only alternative option. Addicts who plan to abstain from heroin use, or any other opioid, can expect intense flu-like withdrawal symptoms and intense cravings. It is strongly advised to get admitted to a Massachusetts opioid detoxification facility that can provide continuous care and monitoring.