Suboxone And Subutex Specialist

Atlantic Health & Wellness Center

Weight Loss Clinic & Opioid Addiction Specialist located in West Palm Beach, FL

Did you know that approximately two million Americans have a substance abuse issue directly related to opioids? This common problem affects people of all ages, from adolescents to seniors. However, thanks to new treatments, kicking your addiction and improving your quality of life is possible. At Atlantic Health & Wellness Center in West Palm Beach, Florida, the caring team proudly offers opioid addiction treatment with safe, effective medications such as SUBOXONE® and SUBUTEX®. If you’re struggling to overcome opioid dependence, call the office or use the online booking tool to request your appointment today.

Suboxone and Subutex Q & A

What are Suboxone and Subutex?

Suboxone and Subutex are two separate FDA-approved prescription medications designed to help people who are addicted to opioids—such as heroin, hydrocodone, and oxycodone—ease their cravings and stop using once and for all. 

Subutex contains only one substance, a medication known as buprenorphine. Suboxone, on the other hand, contains two ingredients: buprenorphine and naloxone. Naloxone is a medication designed to prevent people from overdosing. 

Both of these medications require prescriptions and supervision by a medical professional. However, because Suboxone contains naloxone, it’s also less likely to be abused. As a result, Suboxone is typically recommended for people who have a serious addiction or people who have been through addiction treatment and then relapsed. 

Your provider may prescribe Subutex if you don’t have a medical history of relapse.

Who can benefit from treatment with Suboxone and Subutex?

If you take opioids for an extended period of time, they may become habit-forming. Anyone who is struggling with addiction to an opioid medication can benefit from Suboxone and Subutex. 

Both prescription and illicit drugs that contain opioids often cause physical and mental dependence, which can make quitting incredibly difficult. Even if you have a desire to stop using, the physical side-effects are so uncomfortable, it’s often easier to return to the drugs, which creates a vicious cycle. 

I’m experiencing severe withdrawals, can Suboxone and Subutex help?

Yes. Suboxone and Subutex directly affect your central nervous system, easing the physical and mental symptoms caused by withdrawal. 

In addition, taking these medications in coordination with a medically-supervised treatment plan from Atlantic Health & Wellness Center can help you participate in more healthy activities such as regular exercise, eating a well-balanced diet, and getting plenty of sleep. 

Their experienced addiction specialists take the time to listen, diagnose, and treat the entire person, so they can formulate individualized treatment plans.

Is treatment with Suboxone or Subutex right for me?

To determine if treatment with Suboxone or Subutex is right for you, schedule an appointment with the caring addiction specialists at Atlantic Health & Wellness Center. 

Following a review of your medical history, discussion of the symptoms you’re experiencing, and a physical exam, the team can develop an addiction treatment plan that aligns with your unique symptoms and background. They help patients accomplish their goals and put their lives back together. 

During your appointment, you should also let your provider know about any allergies you suffer from as well as any medications or supplements you’re currently taking. The more open and honest you are, the easier it is to develop a plan that helps you improve your quality of life.

Opioid addiction is a serious and life-threatening problem. Don’t wait to seek professional help. Schedule a Suboxone and Subutex consultation with the team at Atlantic Health & Wellness Center today by calling the office or clicking the online booking tool. You can also take advantage of their affordable and convenient online telemedicine visits for refills and follow-ups.