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Treating Opioid Use Disorder with Sublocade

About five million people suffer from opioid addiction in the USA alone. Responsible for nearly 17,000 deaths annually, opioid abuse has emerged as a pervasive health problem in our society. But thankfully, recovery from opioid use disorder, or OUD, is possible through modern medical treatments. One such advanced treatment methodology for OUD is the medication-assisted treatment using Sublocade.

Sublocade is a prescription-based, extended-release Buprenorphine injection shot used to treat mild to severe OUD levels in adults. The medication is known to prevent opioid cravings and fight withdrawal symptoms that may result from suddenly stopping opioid intake. Sublocade is considered by the medical community as one of the most effective treatment procedures to treat individuals suffering from opioid dependence.

Since Sublocade is a schedule III controlled substance, it can be extremely dangerous in case of misuse or overuse. Hence, the drug generally comes with specific rules of prescribing and dispensing it, thus demanding specially trained & certified experts for reliable treatment. Additionally, Sublocade shots cannot be administered by the patients themselves as the medication is provided to OUD patients at approved Sublocade centers only.

What to expect from Sublocade treatment?

As a prescription-based medication, Sublocade injections are given to patients only once a month by a certified Sublocade doctor. Before switching to the Sublocade shot, you need to take a form of buprenorphine for a minimum of seven days. This administration of buprenorphine controls your withdrawals, thus prepares you physically and mentally for the Sublocade treatment. In case of allergies, the medication is stopped.

Sublocade treatment may exhibit some initial side effects, like a little drowsiness, lethargy, slow reactions, etc. However, in case of allergic reactions to Sublocade, the drug can cause a little more complicated symptoms, like hives, itching, dizziness, wheezing, swelling of the face, lips, tongue and throat.

Sublocade Treatment at Recovery Connection

A proven treatment procedure as a maintenance medication for opioid dependence, Sublocade can significantly reduce the overall use of opioids by at least 80% and deliver long-term results. However, special training & certification is required for the implementation & administration of this revolutionary medication-based treatment. As an approved Sublocade center, Recovery Connection provides you with cutting-edge, highly reliable Sublocade treatment. Our medical professionals are properly trained & certified as Sublocade doctors and make sure that your recovery from opioid dependence is completely safe & effective.

Sublocade Treatment at Recovery Connection highlights:

  • All insurances accepted
  • Same Day visits
  • Same Day Prescriptions
  • Monthly program visits after initial stabilization
  • Individual Therapy included in all visits.
  • Dual Diagnosis Prescriptions available
  • Answers as to why one develops Opioid Dependency
  • Certified Sublocade doctors for safe OUD treatments
  • Approved Sublocade center ensuring optimum expert support
  • Flexible day/evening visits
  • Now offering 5 Convenient locations & growing.
  • Everyone is treated with respect & warmth!