Suboxone® Doctors in Norton MA, Dover & Salem NH
Norton Health Care prescribes Suboxone®, a leading treatment in opiate addiction. Request an appointment online or call (508) 257-7124 to see a doctor at your nearest location in New England.
Approved by FDA in the year 2001, Suboxone® treatment is an effective medication to treat opiate addiction. Norton Health Care with its Suboxone® treatment centers in Norton Massachusetts, Dover & Salem New Hampshire is an ideal OBOT (Office Based Opiate Treatment) set up where patients are treated under the expert guidance of approved and authorized Suboxone® doctors in Massachusetts.
At Norton Health Care, we ensure that we have only the best Suboxone® doctors in New England on board. All our staff members ensure that the patients suffering from opiate addiction should feel welcome, comfortable and well cared for at all our Suboxone® treatment centers.
Suboxone® is a treatment for opiate addiction with various benefits over other treatments such as Naltrexone or Methadone. Even though these two are also opioid addiction treatments, still there is a good possibility that a patient on these two medications can also get easily addicted to them.
With the help of Suboxone® treatment for opiate addiction, addiction of Naltrexone or Methadone can also be treated effectively. At Norton’s Suboxone® treatment centers, we provide clean up for Methadone addiction as well.
Suboxone® treatment is a big help when it comes to suppressing the withdrawal conditions in patients as it also curbs the craving for opioids in patients. Suboxone® treatment restrains the euphoria caused by opioids in patients addicted to opioid or opiates for at least 24 hours.
Suboxone® contains two main medicines: 1st is Buprenorphine and 2nd is Naloxone and of the two medicines, Buprenorphine is the most important one as it is a partial opioid agonist. Due to Buprenorphine, Suboxone® also acts as a partial opioid agonist and does not cause euphoria in patients as compared to full opioids.
Before prescribing Suboxone® treatment for opiate addiction, your doctor will advise you to come prepared for the treatment that is there should be a gap of few hours after the last dose of opiate and the beginning of the Suboxone® treatment program.
During the Suboxone® treatment, one should ensure not to drive a vehicle, or lift something heavy, or any such activity which can put your life in danger.
However, before undergoing Suboxone® treatment, one should always inform their Suboxone® Doctors regarding any allergies and in case of women, they should inform their Suboxone® Doctors whether they are pregnant or are planning. Additionally, one should not consume alcohol while undergoing Suboxone® treatment.