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Below is a comprehensive directory of suboxone doctors in Carytown, Missouri. Read more about Carytown suboxone treatment or click here to browse your local subxone doctors.

If you can't find a suboxone doctor close to you at the time you're looking for, we recommend checking out nearby towns including: Alba, Jasper, Purcell, and Neck City. Click here for Carytown rehab centers.

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About Carytown, MO Suboxone Doctors

Buprenorphine-naloxone is a pharmaceutical drug offered as medically assisted treatment (MAT) as a replacement for methadone. As opposed to methadone, which is generally administered by going to a methadone clinic every day, Suboxone can be prescribed by a Carytown, MO Suboxone doctor licensed to prescribe the substance in Carytown, MO. Suboxone was the first pharmaceutical drug that was authorized to be prescribed by a doctor to treat opioid dependence. This has increased the accessibility to rehab options and resources for people in Carytown, MO who want to stop using opioids.

Dr. Louis DelCampo MD
327 E. Airport Drive
Carthage, MO
8.04 miles from the center of Carytown, MO

Dr. William Triplett MD
Mercy Hospital Carthage3125 Dr. Russell Smith Way
Carthage, MO
8.71 miles from the center of Carytown, MO

Ashley Lilienkamp NP
112 N Webb Street
Webb City, MO
10.52 miles from the center of Carytown, MO

Dr. Justin Hamlin DO
1001 W Daugherty Street
Webb City, MO
10.95 miles from the center of Carytown, MO

Dr. Tabassum Saba MD
BHG Joplin Treatment Center2919 East 4th Street
Joplin, MO
14.39 miles from the center of Carytown, MO

Dr. Nauman Ashraf MD
BHG Joplin Treatment Center 2919 E 4th Street
Joplin, MO
14.39 miles from the center of Carytown, MO

Dr. Allison Smith DO
305 S Virgina Avenue
Joplin, MO
15.81 miles from the center of Carytown, MO

Dr. Tabassum Saba MD
PO Box 2526
Joplin, MO
15.81 miles from the center of Carytown, MO

Dr. Tabassum Saba MD
PO Box 4692
Joplin, MO
15.81 miles from the center of Carytown, MO

Dr. Bryan Barnes MD
1002 McIntosh CircleSuite 6
Joplin, MO
15.81 miles from the center of Carytown, MO

Dr. Charles Bentlage MD
Ozark Center1105 East 32nd Street
Joplin, MO
16.38 miles from the center of Carytown, MO

Dr. Joseph Wilson DO
MED ONE CLINIC29 NW 1ST LANE
Lamar, MO
16.96 miles from the center of Carytown, MO

Dr. Tabassum Saba MD
932 E 34th St
Joplin, MO
17.07 miles from the center of Carytown, MO

Dr. Nauman Ashraf MD
932 E 34th Street
Joplin, MO
17.07 miles from the center of Carytown, MO

Steven Reenan NP
932 E. 34th Street
Joplin , MO
17.07 miles from the center of Carytown, MO

Dr. Heather Stelling MD
3216 Ferguson Road
Joplin, MO
17.31 miles from the center of Carytown, MO

Dr. Constanza Martinez Pinanez MD
1102 West 32 Street
Joplin, MO
17.72 miles from the center of Carytown, MO

Dr. Constanza Martinez Pinanez MD
305 Virginia Ave
Joplin, MO
17.76 miles from the center of Carytown, MO

Dr. Nauman Ashraf MD
305 Virginia Avenue
Joplin, MO
17.76 miles from the center of Carytown, MO

Aaron Garcia NP
1002 McIntosh Circle Suite 6
Joplin, MO
17.98 miles from the center of Carytown, MO

Alicia Pino DO
3011 N. Michigan Street
Pittsburg, KS
23.06 miles from the center of Carytown, MO

Uyen Dinh NP
3011 N Michigan Street
Pittsburg, KS
23.06 miles from the center of Carytown, MO

Eric Thomason NP
3011 North Michigan Street
Pittsburg, KS
23.06 miles from the center of Carytown, MO

Dr. Linda Bean DO
3011 North MICHIGAN
Pittsburg, KS
23.31 miles from the center of Carytown, MO

Dr. Rachel Eash-Scott MD
3011 North Michigan
Pittsburg, KS
23.31 miles from the center of Carytown, MO

Dr. Julie Stewart MD
3011 North Michigan
Pittsburg, KS
23.31 miles from the center of Carytown, MO

Dawny Barnhart
3011 N Michigan
Pittsburg, KS
23.31 miles from the center of Carytown, MO

Dr. Malcolm Oliver MD
105 N Grand Suite #2Box 367
Greenfield, MO
29.05 miles from the center of Carytown, MO

Dr. Amanda Lewton MD
2550 Lusk Drive
Neosho, MO
29.74 miles from the center of Carytown, MO

Christy Henley NP
411 3rd Street
Monett, MO
32.53 miles from the center of Carytown, MO

Choosing a Carytown, MO Suboxone Doctor

When searching for a Suboxone doctor in Carytown, MO a good place to start is to research the options that are available and covered by health insurance. In addition to finding a physician you can afford, make sure they are qualified. Qualified physicians and mid-level practitioners in the U.S. must have an X-license in order for them to prescribe Suboxone to individuals battling opioid addiction. 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 Medication Assisted Detoxification

The success of Suboxone treatment varies from individual to individual. However, most can agree that Suboxone is the most effective pharmaceutical detox option to battle opioid addiction. In regard to Suboxone as MAT, research has proven that similar to methadone there is still a possibility of abuse. Due to the risk of abuse, it is highly recommended by Suboxone physicians that medication assisted treatment is monitored closely to increase the likelihood of success. Again, the highest success rates are observed when individuals on Suboxone for opioid abuse pair medical treatment with other behavioral therapies andevidence-based options. Despite the stigma that the recovery community may often face, many believe the research is clear and that medication assisted treatment can create success stories!

Alternatives to Suboxone Treatment in Carytown, MO

Suboxone is only one of the multiple treatment options for those addicted to opioids. There are alternative medications that have previously been used in Carytown, MO to treat addiction to opiates, including methadone and Naltrexone. These medications might be available to you but have different regulations. For example, only methadone clinics can administer methadone. For struggling addicts who are determined to stop using opioids and who have a supportive home environment or who live in a sober house, these MAT options could be a good option for you.

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

  • Presence of suicidal thoughts
  • Untreated mental health disorder
  • Pregnancy
  • Alcohol dependence
  • Previous adverse reaction to Suboxone
  • Taking other medications that do not react well with Suboxone
  • Previous abuse of methadone or Suboxone

Addicts who may not be able to receive Suboxone treatment, going cold turkey 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 highly advised to reach out to a Carytown, MO opioid detoxification facility that can provide continuous care and monitoring.

Choosing a Missouri Suboxone Doctor

When looking for a Suboxone Doctor in Missouri there are several factors to think about. To ensure success with medically assisted treatment, finding a physician that monitors your progress closely is key to achieving lasting recovery. Speak with the Suboxone doctor and ask them their Suboxone treatment practices, if they ever allow patients to take a few doses of Suboxone home to be self-administered, and the length of time before they might begin allowing patients to self-administer multiple doses.

Availability, distance, and office hours are also significant factors to consider when looking for a Suboxone doctor. Due to limits on the number of patients a Suboxone doctor can see, it may be difficult to find a qualified Suboxone doctor in or near Missouri. 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 Suboxone doctor who works well for you and who is currently taking new patients.

Positive Outcomes with Suboxone Maintenance and Medically Assisted Detoxification

Success rates of Suboxone maintenance vary from one person to another. However, it is widely supported that Suboxone is the most successful medically assisted detox option to battle opioid addiction. In regard to Suboxone as MAT, research has proven that similar to other medications used for opioid treatment there is still a possibility of abuse. Due to the risk of abuse, it is highly advised by prescribing physicians that medication assisted treatment is monitored closely to increase the likelihood of success. To reiterate, the greatest success rates are recorded when individuals on Suboxone for opioid abuse combine MAT with other behavioral therapies andevidence-based options. Despite the stigma that some in the recovery community have, many believe the research is obvious and that Suboxone does assist in recovery from opioid addiction!

Alternatives to Suboxone Treatment in Missouri

Suboxone is only one of the multiple treatment options for opioid addiction. There are alternative drugs that have previously been used in Missouri for opioid addiction treatment, 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 struggling addicts who are motivated to find recovery and who have access to a safe and supportive living environment, these MAT options could be a good option for you.

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

  • Presence of suicidal thoughts
  • Untreated dual diagnosis
  • Pregnancy
  • Alcohol dependence
  • Previous adverse reaction to Suboxone
  • Drug interactions with other medications
  • Previous abuse of medication assisted treatments

People who are not a solid candidate for Suboxone treatment, abstinence may be the only alternative option. People who plan to abstain from heroin use, or any other opioid, can expect intense flu-like withdrawal symptoms and intense cravings. It is strongly recommended to contact a Missouri opioid detoxification center that can provide continuous care and monitoring.