Medication Assisted Treatment (MAT)
Suboxone, naltrexone, vivitrol, subutex and buprenorphine continue to provide evidence based support and positive outcomes in addiction treatment (known as medication assisted treatment) recovery as well as the Surgeon General‘s report. Medication assisted treatment or management takes into consideration the specific neurobiological needs and early recovery physical symptoms that can be critical for transition and smooth reintegration from drugs such as heroin, opiates, opioids and alcohol withdrawal to society. From suboxone to naltrexone, La Jolla Recovery drug and alcohol addiction treatment is a research and evidence based treatment program that cares immensely about the particular needs of our clients. Our fervor and passion for sobriety and recovery cannot replace the much needed biological and physical requirements of our clients, early diagnosed at intake and detox, for whom the specific supervision and medical management makes recovery not only possible, but easier on the body as clients progress into different social contexts, stimuli and ultimately previous environments that many times trauma or events may leave an impact on. Innovation, science and medication are a part of the positive changes that we have experienced affect our results and methodology. Contact us for more information on medication management.
Medication Assisted Treatment
30% of Suboxone and Naloxone or Medication Assisted Treatment (MAT) Clients at Year 3 Report No Symptom Criteria for Current Opioid Dependence
At La Jolla Recovery we envisioned medication assisted treatment
to be appropriately supervised and attended in recovery.
in an evidence based modality
Chemical imbalances can be a result of overreactive or overstimulated neurons. Over sensitized receptors may lead to anxiety, depression and cognitive stressors.
What Vivitrol, Naloxone, Suboxone or Buprenorphine Can Help In
At La Jolla Recovery, we take medication management seriously, placing aside fanaticism or strong opinions. Research and medical overview can be a supplement and increase the outcomes of therapies and interventions. From suboxone to naltrexone, whether injections or implants, there is no need to withstand hardships or excessive discomfort in a phase of life that should be a blessing.
- Can help prevent drug or alcohol use disorder relapse.
- Know under brands such as Revia and Vivitrol
- Serious interactions with Alcohol can occur
- May treat alcoholism or drug withdrawal such as heroin, opiates or prescriptions
- Can help with withdrawal symptoms such as fatigue, anxiety, heavy sweating, seizure, vomit and hallucination.
- Known as Zubsolv, Bunavail and Suboxone
- Can treat narcotic and substance abuse.
- A medication for drug dependence that combines naloxone and buprenorphine.
- Can treat heroin and opiate overdose in an emergency situation.
- Known as Evzio and Narcan
- Used to block the effects of opiates also known as opioids
- May be given via nose, IV working within 2 minutes or intramuscularly within 5.
- Listed as one of the WHO’s List of Essential Medicines
- Known as Buprenex, Butrans or Probuphine
- Can treat addiction to narcotic pain relievers.
- Is an opioid partial agonist with effects weaker than heroin and methadone
- Used for treatment of those with opiate addictions such as heroin, morphone or fentanyl