If you struggle with an addiction to pain medications or other opioids, help is available at Complete Rural Medicine in Friend and Lincoln Nebraska. Board-certified nurse practitioners Ana Taylor MSN, APRN, FNP-C, Chantel Collier, MSN, APRN, FNP-C, and their exceptional staff offer Suboxone® treatment to help you break an addiction without strong cravings or withdrawal symptoms. Call the office to learn more or book an appointment online today.
Suboxone is a medicine that makes it easier to break an opioid addiction. It’s especially useful for overcoming barriers to avoiding highly addictive pain medications. Suboxone makes eliminating addictions easier by reducing cravings and withdrawal symptoms. At the first sign of an opioid addiction, see the experts at Complete Rural Medicine for a consultation.
If you or a loved one has an opioid addiction, you may notice the following signs and symptoms:
Common withdrawal symptoms include shakiness, anxiety, abdominal pain, nausea, and vomiting. Fortunately, these symptoms may go away with the right treatment plan in place.
To find out if you’re a candidate for Suboxone treatment, your family medicine provider asks about your:
They also check your vital signs, complete a physical exam, and may order blood tests, urine tests, or other diagnostic tests.
It’s important to follow your provider’s instructions when undergoing Suboxone treatment, which is a film containing medicines that dissolve inside of your mouth. Your provider discusses how to take the medicine properly and monitors you during your treatment.
You might also receive behavioral health counseling for an addiction and other mental health challenges or make lifestyle changes, such as:
Your Complete Rural Medicine provider follows up with you during Suboxone treatment. They make changes to your regimen when needed to help you achieve success and break addictive habits for good. Complete Rural Medicine also offers telemedicine appointments for added convenience.
To learn more about Suboxone treatment and find out if it’s right for you, call the Complete Rural Medicine office or schedule an appointment online today.