Why Medical Detox Is Necessary For Vicodin Addiction
When it comes to Vicodin withdrawal, medically monitored detox is necessary for a variety of reasons. First of all, when treating withdrawal symptoms associated with opioid narcotic painkillers like Vicodin, Medication Assisted Treatment is often necessary. We typically utilize medications like buprenorphine to help ease withdrawal symptoms. When it comes to mild cases of Vicodin abuse, a combination of non-narcotic pain medications, non-addictive sleep aids and holistic treatment methods is typically sufficient.
Services that we offer for Vicodin detox include (but are not limited to):
- Rehab placement – Medical detox is only the very first step on the lifelong road to recovery. Our case managers help place clients in a reputable inpatient treatment center once they have been deemed physically stable and able to continue on in their curriculum of care.
- Intensive therapy – Unlike many other detox facilities, we offer individual, group and family therapy sessions so that clients may begin their comprehensive journey of emotional and psychological healing as quickly as possible.
- Holistic pain management services – In many instances, individuals who begin abusing Vicodin and other potent pain relievers were originally prescribed the medication to deal with acute or chronic pain. Rather than utilize habit-forming pain medications, we employ a range of holistic pain management techniques, from massage and physical therapy to acupuncture.
Quality Clinical Care
Pine Tree Recovery Center provides men and women of all ages with the quality clinical care they need and deserve. Our home-style retreat facility is located in the heart of Portland, Maine, within close proximity to a wide range of recovery resources. If you have been suffering at the hands of a Vicodin abuse disorder and are in need of medically monitored detox services that lays a solid foundation for a continuation of clinical care, Pine Tree Recovery Center is available to help.