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

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About Bynum, NC Suboxone Doctors

Suboxone is a medication offered as medication assisted treatment (MAT) as an alternative to the drug methadone. In place of methadone, which is typically administered at a methadone clinic daily, Suboxone can be prescribed by a Bynum, NC Suboxone doctor licensed to prescribe the medication in Bynum, NC. Suboxone was the first medication that passed government regulations to be prescribed by a physician to treat addiction to opioids. This has increased the accessibility to recovery options and resources for people in Bynum, NC trying to recover from opioid addiction.

Dr. Margaret Maytan MD
404 Berryhill Drive
Carrboro, NC
9.29 miles from the center of Bynum, NC

Dr. Sandra Clark
411 Morgan Creek Road
Chapel Hill, NC
9.63 miles from the center of Bynum, NC

Helen West MD
UNC Division of Internal Medicine102 Mason Farm Road
Chapel Hill, NC
10.06 miles from the center of Bynum, NC

Dr. Ross Boyce MD
130 Mason Farm RoadCb# 1030
Chapel Hill, NC
10.13 miles from the center of Bynum, NC

Joseph Grover
170 Manning DriveCB #7594
Chapel Hill, NC
10.28 miles from the center of Bynum, NC

Aaron Schott MD
101 Manning Drive
Chapel Hill, NC
10.34 miles from the center of Bynum, NC

Dr. Jennifer McEntee MD
101 Manning DriveUNC School of Medicine
Chapel Hill, NC
10.34 miles from the center of Bynum, NC

Dr. Kim Boggess MD
101 MANNING DRIVE
Chapel Hill, NC
10.34 miles from the center of Bynum, NC

Nathaniel Sowa
101 Manning DriveDepartment of Psychiatry, CB 7160
Chapel Hill, NC
10.34 miles from the center of Bynum, NC

Dr. John Thorp Jr MD
3025 Old Clinic Building, CB 7570Unc-Ch
Chapel Hill, NC
10.34 miles from the center of Bynum, NC

Dr. Marcela Smid MD
3009 Old Clinic Building
Chapel Hill, NC
10.34 miles from the center of Bynum, NC

Dr. Jessica McPherson MD
101 Manning Drive
Chapel Hill, NC
10.41 miles from the center of Bynum, NC

Dr. Alison Stuebe MD
3010 Old Clinic BuildingCB 7516
Chapel Hill, NC
10.41 miles from the center of Bynum, NC

Dr. Andrea Dotson MD
590 Manning Drive
Chapel Hill, NC
10.41 miles from the center of Bynum, NC

Dr. Anne Mounsey MD
590 Manning Drive
Chapel Hill, NC
10.41 miles from the center of Bynum, NC

Dr. Jennifer Martini MD
590 Manning Drive
Chapel Hill, NC
10.41 miles from the center of Bynum, NC

Dr. Jonathan Fricke MD
590 Manning Drive
Chapel Hill, NC
10.41 miles from the center of Bynum, NC

Dr. Morgan McEachern MD
590 Manning Drive
Chapel Hill, NC
10.41 miles from the center of Bynum, NC

Dr. Narges Farahi MD
590 Manning Drive
Chapel Hill, NC
10.41 miles from the center of Bynum, NC

Dr. Sarah Nickolich MD
590 Manning DriveCB # 7595
Chapel Hill, NC
10.41 miles from the center of Bynum, NC

Dr. Vinay Reddy MD
590 Manning Drive
Chapel Hill, NC
10.41 miles from the center of Bynum, NC

Evan Ashkin MD
590 Manning DriveCB# 7595
Chapel Hill, NC
10.41 miles from the center of Bynum, NC

Matthew Zeitler MD
590 Manning Drive
Chapel Hill, NC
10.41 miles from the center of Bynum, NC

Dr. Paul Chelminski MD
UNC School of Medicine3106 Bondurant Hall, CB 7121
Chapel Hill, NC
10.43 miles from the center of Bynum, NC

Dr. Quang Pham MD
301 Lloyd Street
Carrboro, NC
10.45 miles from the center of Bynum, NC

Dr. Clare Mock MD
University of North Carolina Hospital101 MANNING DRIVE
Chapel Hill, NC
10.5 miles from the center of Bynum, NC

Dr. Rita Lahlou MD
UNC Department of Family Medicine590 Manning Drive, CB7595
Chapel Hill, NC
10.5 miles from the center of Bynum, NC

Dr. Roberto Blanco MD
UNC Healthcare101 Manning Drive
Chapel Hill, NC
10.5 miles from the center of Bynum, NC

Dr. Susan Slatkoff MD
Family Medicine Center590 Manning Drive
Chapel Hill, NC
10.5 miles from the center of Bynum, NC

Martha Carlough MD
University of North CarolinaCB 7595, Manning Drive
Chapel Hill, NC
10.5 miles from the center of Bynum, NC

Choosing a Bynum Suboxone Doctor

There are plenty of options when searching for a Suboxone Doctor in Bynum, NC. Choosing a Doctor for Suboxone or Buprenorphine can be difficult, and it is important to do your research. Suboxone is a medication, and like many other medications, abuse is common. This is why it is imperative to get lots of information and get all of your questions answered. Suboxone is not a cure for addiction, but it can play a major role in the recovery process. When looking for a Suboxone Doctor in Bynum, NC, always be certain that they match your needs medically, clinically, and financially.

Success Rates of Suboxone Maintenance and Medically Assisted Detox

An addictive drug in itself, there is significant controversy 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 49% of participants abused prescription painkillers at a reduced rate while on Suboxone, but only 8.6% showed success once the Suboxone treatment ended. 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 Bynum, NC

Suboxone is only one of numerous treatment options for those addicted to opioids. There are alternative medication assisted treatments that have historically been used in Bynum, NC 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 determined to get clean and who have a supportive home environment or who live in a sober house, these medically assisted treatment options could be right for you.

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

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

Addicts who may not be able to receive Suboxone treatment, abstinence may be the only alternative option. Addicts who plan to go through a clean-slate withdrawal can expect severe flu-like withdrawal symptoms and severe cravings. It is strongly recommended to contact a Bynum, NC opioid detoxification center that can provide continuous care and monitoring.

Choosing a North Carolina Suboxone Doctor

When looking for a Suboxone Doctor in North Carolina there are several factors to consider. To ensure success via MAT, selecting a Suboxone doctor that provides attentive treatment is key to achieving lasting recovery. Connect with the Suboxone doctor and ask them their Suboxone treatment practices, if they ever allow clients to self-manage taking doses, and the length of time before they typically start allowing patients to self-administer multiple doses.

Availability, distance, and office hours are also main factors to consider when looking for a physician. Because of limits on the number of patients a Suboxone doctor can care for, it may be challenging to identify a qualified Suboxone doctor in or near North Carolina. 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 assist you in selecting a Suboxone doctor whose location and office hours work well for you and who is currently taking new patients.

Success Rates of Suboxone Maintenance and Medically Assisted Detox

An addictive substance in itself, it is commonly argued on whether Suboxone actually helps individuals who are dependant on opioids. 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% 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 ended, including cases where additional treatments where provided concurrently.

Alternatives to Suboxone Treatment in North Carolina

Suboxone is only one of the multiple treatment options for those addicted to opioids. There are alternative medications that have historically been used in North Carolina 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 people 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 right 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 addiction
  • Previous allergic reaction to Suboxone
  • Drug interactions with other medications
  • Previous abuse of MAT

Addicts who are not a good candidate for Suboxone treatment, unmedicated detox may be the best 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 highly advised to contact a North Carolina opioid detoxification facility that can help manage these symptoms.