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Are you suffering from prescription drug addiction and think it’s time to get help? Schedule an appointment to meet with an experienced Buffalo Suboxone treatment and drug addiction doctor at RES Physical Medicine and Rehab.

Prescription Drug Health Issues

As Buffalo Suboxone Treatment Doctors, we know that prescription drug addiction is a significant health issue in Buffalo and WNY. Long-term use of painkillers can lead to physical dependence as the brain adapts to the regular use of opioids over time. As Buffalo Drug Addiction Doctors, we know that if you stop taking the drug abruptly, withdrawal symptoms will occur. Suboxone treatment makes withdrawal detoxification from opioids milder because it both suppresses symptoms and reduces cravings.

Our Buffalo Suboxone Treatment Doctors want to help WNY residents with their drug addictions. Our Suboxone Treatments help people who are looking to withdraw from pain medication, or other opioids, do so safely with medicine-assisted detoxification through the use of Suboxone. Suboxone is a medication that stops uncomfortable withdrawal symptoms. The Suboxone medicine is taken as a sublingual tablet. Suboxone contains buprenorphine and naloxone. Suboxone works by attaching to the same receptors as other opioids. Suboxone also leaves the brain cells more slowly than opioids.

Treatment in a Calm, Healing Environment

The Buffalo Suboxone Treatment program at RES Physical Medicine and Rehab is designed to help patients through treatment and onto recovery. Our Buffalo Suboxone Treatment doctors understand that no two patients' needs are alike. Our compassionate Buffalo Drug Addiction Doctors and staff are committed to providing confidential treatment in a calm, caring, and healing environment.

If you are addicted to prescription pain medication and you are ready to take your life back, schedule an appointment with one of our experienced Buffalo Drug Addiction Doctors to see if Suboxone Treatment is right for you.