Tramadol Addiction Treatment & Rehab

Tramadol Addiction Treatment & RehabTramadol problems and other forms of opioid use disorder are treated with a combination of medication and psychotherapy.1 Approved medication options include Suboxone (a branded medication containing the weak opioid buprenorphine), methadone and naltrexone. While methadone and Suboxone are both opioids, their proper use will help you avoid the harms of addiction without providing you with any kind of “high.” The anti-opioid naltrexone, given only to people who have established complete tramadol abstinence, helps you stay sober by blocking the medication’s effects and keeping a damper on your opioid cravings.

Several psychotherapeutic options can help you recover from tramadol-related problems. Two common choices, contingency management and something called community reinforcement approach (CRA) plus vouchers, help you reach your treatment goals by providing some type of desirable reward when you fulfill important program objectives.

We specialize in holistic methods that address all aspects of your person and maximize the effectiveness of the recovery process. In addition to approved medications and psychotherapy, we offer a wide variety of supportive programs geared to meet the unique needs of people from all walks of life. This emphasis on customization helps increase your comfort level as you face the challenges of treatment. For more information on how we can help, contact us today.

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We provide holistic care and treatment using an individualized approach specifically tailored to your needs. Our holistic care and treatment is based on the best scientific evidence available. Secondly, we help you lead a healthy, substance-free life with adaptive coping and problem-solving skills. Don’t let Ecstasy addiction control your life. Our addiction professionals can help you get on a path of recovery, significantly changing your life. Contact us today for more information on our certified staff of professionals, as well as our first-rate facilities.

  1. National Institute on Drug Abuse: Principles of Drug Addiction Treatment – A Research-Based Guide
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