Is Recovery Possible for Fentanyl Addiction?

Is Recovery Possible For Fentanyl Addiction?

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 […]

3 Important Differences Between Suboxone and Naltrexone Therapy

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 […]

How Can Naltrexone Make Life Better in a Pandemic?

How Can Naltrexone Make Life Better in a Pandemic?

People in true recovery are easy to spend time with.  They are in emotional recovery, not just in a state of not drinking or not using. They are wounded healers who have found strength through their weakness. They gained wisdom through doing it wrong at first, not by doing it right. The Cycle of Stress […]

Opioid Detox Transcends Politics

OpioidDetoxTranscendsPolitics

Between coronavirus, racial injustice movements, and current events like the presidential election, the United States is simultaneously experiencing life changing exposure to novel and new things. Our belief systems are being highlighted. Based on our upbringing and the news we listen to, we have all arrived wherever we are with our own version of what […]

Naltrexone Therapy During COVID-19

Naltrexone During COVID-19

Naltrexone is a non-addictive medication that can be used for Medication-Assisted Treatment (MAT) for both Opioid Use Disorder (OUD) and Alcohol Use Disorder (AUD). We offer 2 specially formulated Naltrexone options for patients, depending on their unique circumstances and needs: implants or injections. Naltrexone is an opioid antagonist, meaning it is a non-opiate blocker of […]