Our Program Has Helped Hundreds of Patients Just Like You
Columbus Suboxone® Doctor delivers an unrivaled opiate addiction treatment program in the Columbus, Ohio area. Our doctors are committed to helping you regain control of your life.
Individualized Attention: Each patient that walks through our doors is assigned to one specific doctor to guide and direct them through the entire treatment process. This helps cultivate a deeper doctor-patient relationship than any other practice in the central Ohio area.
Availability: Our offices are open six days each week. We offer flexible scheduling, allowing our patients to get the help they need exactly when they need it.
Patient Respect: Our program is completely confidential. From the moment you walk in, you will be treated with the utmost respect. We recognize that addiction is a disease and our doctors are committed to helping you regain control of your life with Suboxone® .
No Judgement: The patient protocol is designed to work within your budget. Our practice is devoted to the wellness of every patient who walks through our doors.
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How Suboxone® Works:
Suboxone® is an addiction treatment to completely eliminate craving and withdrawal symptoms, allowing you to think and operate normally. There are a number of similar medications that accomplish this purpose such as Bunavail and Zubsolv. Our highly trained doctors are here to help choose the right treatment plan for you. Suboxone® is an FDA approved medication used in the treatment of opiate addiction and comes in the form of sublingual film and includes two ingredients, buprenorphine and naloxone in a ratio of 4:1.
Buprenorphine is a partial-agonist, which only has a limited opioid effect. Buprenorphine competes with the full-agonist opioids (such as morphine and heroin) for the opioid receptor. Buprenorphine has an exceptionally strong binding ability, which displaces existing opioids and prevents others from attaching to the receptor.