Below we provide answers to some of the most common questions that you may have regarding the Rapid Opiate Detox Under Sedation process. If you have any questions or concerns that have not been addressed below please call us at: (800) 458-8130

Two board-certified medical doctors doing the detox and recovery treatment, not just by other ancillary staff only.

  • The physician stays with you from the start of detox through discharge to ensure the best possible safe outcome.
  • Painless withdrawals pass during sedation.
  • Immediate initiation of Naltrexone treatment . Our detox center is licensed by the state of Michigan, situated next to Henry Ford Wyandotte Hospital.
  • Unlimited aftercare by our physicians for prescription management and ensuring a safe transition to rehab
  • All medical testing is done on-site at our facility, including ECG, X-Rays and Stress Test.

All Opiates Detox is a sedation detox treatment for opiates, also known as ultra rapid detox, anesthesia rapid detox and rapid Drug Detox. The rapid opiate detoxification procedure is performed by two experienced physicians, board-certified in anesthesia and board certified in addiction medicine

Withdrawals are the main reason why patients are not able to stop using opiates. All opiates detox treatment consists of sedating the patient then precipitating the withdrawals which will pass during sedation. Sedation might take several hours, depending on the nature of the drug. At the same time,  the opiate receptor will be blocked by long acting Naltrexone. Our patients choose the two month Naltrexone implant for relapse prevention.

Rapid opiate detox is for motivated patients that are ready to be totally opiate free, without substituting one opiate for the other. This opiate detoxification treatment is for patients that are psychologically ready, but fear the pain of the opiate withdrawals. Many patients choose rapid drug detox after failing attempts of quitting cold turkey, or dropping out of the conventional rehab treatments. With our treatment protocols, withdrawals pass during sedation. After the treatment, patients are opiate free. The success to our method is bypassing the withdrawals during sedation and blocking the opiate receptor with a long acting opiate blocker Naltrexone implant. Following the treatment we recommend psychotherapy for continued success. Our patients have unlimited aftercare by the treating physicians, which is priceless. Following these measures will lead to a successful recovery.

  • Painless withdrawals pass during Sedation.
  • Immediate initiation of Naltrexone treatment.
  • Two board-certified medical doctors.
  • Michigan licensed medical facility
  • Detox and recovery done by MDs, not just by other ancillary help.
  • Fast 3 day opiate detox.
  • Unlimited aftercare by the physicians.
  • One year interest free financing is available.
  • On-site ECG, X-Rays and Stress Test.

Whether you qualify for the procedure is all individually based. Patients are screened over the phone, by our highly qualified, experienced and knowledgeable intake coordinator, before scheduling. It is very crucial that the screening is done by a professional in the medical field, and not just someone treating it as a business by reading questions and just writing down responses without any other knowledge. Also during this process, you will be instructed if there are any restrictions or additional testing needed before scheduling.

No. You don’t have to be in withdrawals before the detox. We want you to be comfortable. We will take care of the rest.

Yes, you could still go through the rapid detox for opiates if you take benzodiazepines (such as Xanax, Valium, Ativan, and Klonopin). Being on benzodiazepines is not a contraindication for our rapid detox treatment.

You do not feel any pain from the withdrawals during your procedure since the bulk of the withdrawals pass while you are sedated. Some patients experience very mild, but tolerable symptoms following the procedure, nothing like cold-turkey. Through his extensive experience with managing rapid detox patients since 2008, Dr. George will use supportive measures and medications to help you, should any residual symptoms occur.

No. We do not give Suboxone, Subutex or methadone with our treatment, as they are synthetic opioids that we detox through our program. All opiates detox treatment business model is total abstinence from the use of opiates. We feel that the only way to get your life back is to be totally opiate free.

Cravings are reduced, if not eliminated, following the rapid detox treatment, since Dr. George uses Naltrexone opiate blocker. Naltrexone tremendously reduces cravings and also keeps your brain receptors free from opiates.
The Naltrexone implant, offered by our experienced Medical Doctors since 2008, is the preferred and most economical and successful method. Naltrexone is available in pill form for oral daily intake, injectable form (Vivitrol) once every month and pellet form for implant every two months. Based on our experience of detoxing patients since 2008, staying on Naltrexone prevents relapse and thus helps give the brain receptors time to heal.

We advise that you bring a responsible adult that does not use opiates with you. Your companion will support you, both psychologically and physically. If you are unable to bring someone with you, then our very experienced and qualified caregivers will assist you at an extra cost.

Everyone is different after the detox. Some patients feel great and can’t believe they’re opiate-free, and some patients may experience some mild, but tolerable and manageable symptoms, such as fatigue, occasional vomiting or diarrhea. Dr. George is always available to our patients for support and prescribes medications when needed. Every day gets better and better after our All Opiates Detox procedure.

There is damage to the brain neuro-circuitry and neurons due to opiate use. Patients need to be opiate-free for an extended period for the damage to heal. How do patients stay opiate-free? We recommend remaining on the Naltrexone opiate blocker for a complete year. Naltrexone can be prescribed by our doctors any time you feel cravings. Patients can also benefit from therapy such as CBT (Cognitive Behavioral Therapy), counseling, 12-step programs, rehabs and support from family and friends. Lifestyle modifications, such as eating healthy and exercising are also essential for an opiate-free lifestyle. You will have our doctors’ direct phone numbers for follow-up, questions, and support.

One of our most significant advantages is the ability to communicate with our physicians directly as you will have their personal cell numbers. Dr. George will coordinate with you should you have any concerns about the detox and addiction. He can even coordinate with your local physicians to make sure that you stay abstinent. Dr. George will guide you along the way. We do not discard our patients after the detox. We provide you with aftercare following your discharge, to help you stay opiate-free. We are dedicated to our practice and committed to our patients.

Rapid drug detox for opiates is not covered by insurance, regardless of where you have it done. One can apply for financing thru MLend Finance. The applicant can be the patient or anyone wanting to help the patient by co-signing or applying on behalf of the patient. If approved, it is interest-free for 12 months. There are no penalties for not paying the total amount within the 12 month period. If there is a balance due at the end of the 12 months, the interest accrues on only that remaining balance going forward.
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