Our shoulder joints have the greatest range of motion of any of the musculoskeletal joints in our bodies. The shoulder joint is really two joints, the glenohumeral joint between the arm bone (hume ...View Article
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Posted on 12-19-2016
When dealing with an opioid addiction, you need all of the help you can get to overcome the addiction. One method that has helped many people move beyond addiction is a Suboxone treatment plan. Considered to be a long-acting opioid because its effects can last for up to three days, Suboxone offers a number of short-term side effects that are beneficial in terms of helping individuals beat their addiction.
Since Suboxone acts as a depressant, it slows you down rather than speeding you up in the way a stimulant will do. Since the effects last up to three days, which makes the effects more dispersed and less intense, the risk of negative effects is lowered.
As with any medication, there are certain risks associated with using Suboxone. Some of these include confusion, nausea, respiratory depression and sleepiness. With the professional care of the medical team at Advanced Spine & Rehab, you can rest assured these negative side effects will be monitored and that we will create the treatment program that is most appropriate for you and your needs.
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