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Do You Know Someone Who Is Dependent on Painkillers?

We can help with Suboxone.
Certain drugs, commonly prescribed for pain, may lead to dependence in some people, even when they are taken properly. These drugs, along with heroin and methodone, are also highly addictive.

Addictive drugs trigger the brain's reward system by making people feel good and want to keep taking more of the drug. Repeated use of prescription opioids, heroin, or methodone causes physical changes in the brain. After long term use, these changes continue even after the patient has stopped using the drug.

New Treatment is Available
SUBOXONE reduces patient's opioid cravings and withdrawal symptoms. It also discourages the patient's use of non-prescribed opioids by blocking other opioids' effects.

SUBOXONE is generally safe and well tolerated. It is prescribed to be taken in the convenience of your own home.

Dr. Sherbondy Can Help
Dr. Shane Sherbondy and his staff of qualified therapists can help. Dr. Sherbondy is a psychiatrist, board certified in addiction treatment. He and his patients have found SUBOXONE to be very successful in stopping the cravings associated with opioid dependence.

Group and individual counseling is also available at Dr. Sherbondy's office to help with recovery and heal from the destruction addiction causes.

We are contracted with most BLUE CROSS BLUE SHIELD plans
for SUBOXONE treatment.

Are You or Someone You Know Dependent on Pain Killers or Heroin?

Ask the following questions:

  • Have you ever felt the need to cut down on your use of prescription medication, heroin, or methodone?
  • Have you ever given up activities you enjoy or responsibilities in order to use prescription medication, heroin, or methodone?
  • Have you ever run out of your prescription medication and bought the drug on the street until the next refill is due?
  • Have you ever used prescription medications or heroin despite negative consequences of doing so?

If you answered YES to any of these questions, you or the person you care about may have become unintentionally drug dependent.

Dr. Sherbondy can
help with SUBOXONE.

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