Opium addiction can be through the use of Opium as a drug or as a medication. Patients with specific prescriptions containing Opium end up becoming dependents on the drug. It becomes challenging to manage when they undergo chronic pain since most drugs may not function as efficiently in their bodies.

The other category is the Opium addict, who earlier on were abusers of Opium as a substance. In such circumstances, the doctors or physicians have to look for an alternative to assist these individuals in controlling pain.

The World Health Organization (WHO) and several healthcare organizations have set out regulations on administering pain killers to patients. The rules have stipulated how physicians are supposed to treat acute and chronic pain.

Acute pain treatment is almost the same in all patients. Addicts or not. Acute pain comes suddenly and doesn’t last long. The kind of pain you feel when you burn yourself with something or hit your toe on the table. Since acute pain does not last long, doctors will prescribe any short-term pain reliever. However, the history of the patient is taken into consideration.

As for chronic pain, which lasts longer than six months, Doctors take extra caution while administering the medication. Without much care, a patient may end up relapsing into drug addiction. Suboxone treatment is recommended as an alternative to avoid any relapse.

Find Pain Relief from the Best Doctors

Our Suboxone doctors at Lifestream Health are well trained in pain management, led by Dr. Merritt, a well-recognized doctor who has seen that the clinic gets the best Bowie award 2020. Our physicians have undergone the proper training to show empathy, care, and professionalism.

When you visit our clinics, we will ensure that you get the pain relief you deserve while sparing you the agony of going back to drugs. Contact us today. Ketamine infusion therapy is showing great promise. Ask about our Ketamine therapy program today. 

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