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Advanced Rapid Detox, a division of Pontiac General Hospital, is operated by Dr. Julia Aharonov, a board-certified Anesthesiologist. Our mission is to provide superior drug addiction recovery services and aftercare for people afflicted with opiate addiction. Now, you can finally enjoy a second chance at being free from opiate dependence in a hospital setting with sedation assisted opiate detox performed by Board Certified, knowledgeable, and experienced physicians.
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- The caring doctors and addiction specialists at Advanced Rapid Detox will help and work with you.
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- Since 2007, we’ve helped hundreds of people from all over the world overcome opiate addiction.
- Contact Us 24/7 and receive a free consultation and learn more about our opiate detox treatment under sedation.
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It’s hard to pick up a newspaper, or turn on the local news across the country and not see evidence of the rampant amount of opioid abuse that has afflicted our country. Too many Americans are becoming addicted, and ultimately dying at the hands of such a powerful addiction. Opioid addiction continues to be a
As the North Carolina opioid crisis continues to intensify, lawmakers are grasping at straws in terms of finding ways to fight this large scale epidemic. While to some North Carolina may not seem like the epicenter of the opioid epidemic, statistics prove otherwise. North Carolina is actually home to the worst city for opioid abuse
If you watch the news on any given night, you’ll hear about the many innovations that are going on across the country. The US is one of the wealthiest countries in the world, but for some reason we can’t keep our youth from dying? For the past two years, the US life expectancy has actually
According to the CDC, over 2 million Americans have either been dependent on prescription opioids or have abused them. Unfortunately, those numbers aren’t going anywhere. More specific to Wisconsin, the Wisconsin Department of Health Services states that the number of drug overdose deaths in Wisconsin that are caused by prescription opioids has increased by 600
Across the country, opioid abuse is at an all time high. CNN recently reported that deaths from opioid overdoses across the United States were at 15,000 in 2005 and have more than doubled in just 10 short years. The state of Ohio is no exception to this growing epidemic. In 2005, deaths in Ohio from
Local government officials in New Hanover County, North Carolina have had enough of the opioid crisis. This coastal county which encompasses Wilmington and other small beach towns along the coast of North Carolina are contesting in a recent lawsuit that drug makers and distributors have pushed their powerful painkillers, which has in turn ultimately led
While drug overdose deaths, many of which have been linked to opioids, are growing across the country, West Virginia has been one of the hardest hit by this epidemic. West Virginia reported 884 drug overdose deaths in 2016, with just over 85% or 756 of those deaths involving some type of opioid. This is a
Dealing With the Pain The thought of enduring severe pain without the assistance of pain pills is hard to imagine. For opiate users with acute or chronic pain, this situation can hold them back from seeking opiate detox and addiction treatment. When it comes to pain management, opiate addiction creates a unique set of challenges
Recognizing the Signs of Opiate Addiction in Someone You Love One of the fastest growing problems in America today is opiate addiction, which includes addiction to prescription painkillers such as oxycodone and morphine as well as illicit substances such as heroin. Over the last few decades, abuse of these drugs has skyrocketed, and there are