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Posted - January 2, 2023

What is the Difference Between Weight Loss Medications – Ozempic, Wegovy, Saxenda, and Mounjano?

The talk of the town lately has been none other than... weight loss medications. Ozempic, Wegovy, Saxenda, Mounjano... these names are seen all over social media and on

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Posted - August 7, 2021

What is Medication Assisted Treatment (MAT) for Alcoholism?

Here is a summary of some of the medications used to combat alcohol use disorder:AntabuseAntabuse has been available for over 50 years, making it the oldest drug of its

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Posted - July 10, 2021

Suboxone Treatment + Counseling = Freedom from Opioid Addiction

Suboxone offers physical relief from dependence on opioids in addicted individuals and is prescribed on an out-patient basis. The medication itself is an opioid

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Posted - September 18, 2020

What is The Sinclair Method?

New Hope for Alcohol Addiction with The Sinclair MethodFor people with a alcoholism, it can be difficult to quit drinking alcohol despite knowing how damaging it is to

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Posted - June 27, 2019

New Location Opening Soon!

We offer complete diagnosis and management of pain, and the latest addiction treatment options. Call today to learn more or schedule an appointment! (972) 203-3600  

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Posted - July 14, 2017

What is Suboxone and How Does it Work?

How Suboxone WorksBuprenorphine is the primary ingredient in Suboxone. It is a relatively mild opiate analgesic that functions to moderate the levels of pain. It is also

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Posted - March 14, 2016

What Questions to Ask If You Are Concerned That a Loved One is Addicted

They may lose interest in other activities. They may isolate themselves or spend their time with people of questionable character. They may begin lying to loved ones,

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