the Field in
The Treatment of Opioid Addiction
"Someone who cares will be on the line"
Grand Opening Date:
October 1, 2019
We are happy to announce our grand opening and would love for you to come join our recovery family!
Columbus Suboxone Doctors, LLC appoints new partner and Medical Director
June 7, 2018
Columbus Suboxone Doctors, LLC welcomes Dr. Mark Stanley, DO as Partner and Medical Director.
What is MAT?
MAT stands for "Medication Assisted Treatment". This can done in both in and outpatient settings. The medications are prescribed to "assist" in recovery of the patient along with counseling. The medications curb the physical need for illicit drugs, while cognitive therapies treat the mental desires to use.
Medications in our addiction fighting arsenal
These medications are the most commonly used "Buprenorphine" products. Each contains a combination of Buprenorphine and naloxone. Buprenorphine blocks the cravings and withdrawal symptoms. The Naloxone is present to discourage misuse, thats it.
One of the ways they differ is the way they are absorbed into the body. You and your doctor will decide which one is right for you.
How does Medication Assisted Treatment (MAT) work?
This video answers the most common misconception of patients and support people.
"If I'm on a prescribed medication, I'm just replacing one drug for another." Watch for the explanation.
Why Choose Us?
- NO LONG WAITS!
- Friendly on the phone (or text)
- We get you an appointment fast
- Very personable providers
- Excellent counseling staff
What You Need to Know
- WE WILL NOT JUDGE YOU
- Our staff is carefully chosen and has battled addiction themselves or with loved ones.
- We are here to support you in your recovery!