Here’s a recap of Dr. Peter Coleman’s video, “One Pill Can Kill.”
Dr. Peter Coleman shares his story in his YouTube video, Coleman Method for Outpatient Detox off Opioids and Alcohol.
I can often be found carrying lizards in my pocket at work. They aren’t real, and they come from a nice variety pack of different colored, striped, spotted, plastic reptiles. I hand them out to patients who are truly struggling from their experience with anxiety.
Watch Dr. Coleman’s Facebook Live post where he talks about whether To Vaccinate or Not? Here’s a recap.
Charlie first came to Coleman Addiction Medicine when he was young. Tall, charming, and with a twinkle in his eye, he owned two big trucks and a snowplow attachment. He was energetic and hardworking, juggling several successful businesses. The city’s large snowfall that winter brought him luck and he made a lot of money very […]
Every day my colleagues and I at Coleman Addiction Medicine work with people who are desperate to keep their loved one alive and free from addiction. We are fortunate to have compassionate and qualified case managers and social workers who help us in our fight. The Starting Point We specialize in helping people get off […]
I was surprised earlier this week when Bridget Walsh, our Clinical Case Manager and I screened a former patient who wanted to return to Coleman Addiction Medicine for a second detox off opioids. Why to Detox Again People relapse for a variety of reasons. Screening someone who has already completed an Accelerated Opioid Detox and […]
When I was younger and many friends were having babies, I would often send a hand-written note with a powerful message by Elizabeth Stone: “Making the decision to have a child — it is momentous. It is to decide forever to have your heart go walking around outside your body.” Because of this truth, when […]
It has been an unusual year — an extremely painful and challenging time for many of us, with isolation from friends, family, and our places of employment (our ‘work family’). For some people, certain aspects of working from home — like the absence of a commute — has been welcome. The net cost, however, to […]
“Please,” my patient pleaded, “please take out my naltrexone implant. I don’t like it anymore…” Jackie is a 40-something year-old teacher in New Jersey, who had an especially brutal 2020. While all teachers deserve a medal for Adaptability and Creativity in the Teaching-In The Middle Of-A-Pandemic sweepstakes, Jackie’s job was even tougher because she works […]