Is Your Loved One Addicted to Painkillers?
- About two to 29 percent of people who take opioids including heroin, prescription painkillers and synthetic opioids (fentanyl) misuse and abuse them.
- In fact, between eight and 12% become addicted to the very medications prescribed to help them with pain.
- Horrifically, more than 115 individuals die in the U.S. every single day from an opioid overdose.
There’s no question about it opioid dependency is officially a national crisis.
But we know statistics aren’t your first priority.
Understandably, you care about your loved one — the person you are watching disappear before your eyes… the person who is giving up everything for their next fix — relationships, career, health and a bright future.
Find Help for Your Loved One Addicted to Opioids on Long Island
At the Long Island Compassionate Medical Center, Dr. Jahan Chaudhry, MD, understands your pain and, even more so, the pain your loved one is enduring. Addiction is a killer, quite literally. Every day that goes by, your loved one is getting sucked further into a hopeless, downward spiral.
They are trapped…hooked in…they feel powerless to save themselves. And, they are. These drugs are so addictive that getting off of them is almost impossible — without medical assistance.
At the Long Island Compassionate Medical Center, Dr. Jahan Chaudhry, M.D., will stop the spiral. He has the experience, knowledge and tools to help get your loved one “unhooked” successfully.
No matter how many times they have tried to break free from the addiction cycle before, Dr. Chaudhry’s approach to Medication-Assisted Treatment (MAT) holds the key.
We promise, there is hope and help for your addicted loved one at the Long Island Compassionate Medical Center. With the assistance of this carefully monitored, comprehensive program, Dr. Chaudhry will help your loved one kick their addiction for good with MAT — a carefully monitored combination of:
• FDA-approved medication • Counseling and Treatment to spur real behavioral modifications.
Dr. Chaudhry has successfully helped countless patients get off of opioids and back to their families and lives. Please talk with your loved one about Medicated-Assisted Treatment and the Long Island Compassionate Medical Center. This is a private, comfortable and supportive medical facility where people truly reclaim their lives.
How To Get Help For Opioid Addiction
We invite you to make an appointment with Dr. Jahan Chaudhry, MD, founder of the Long Island Compassionate Medical Center. After meeting with you and getting a full understanding of your personal situation, Dr. Chaudhry will prescribe the appropriate FDA-approved medication, like Suboxone, for you, as well as counseling and behavioral therapies.
Through this personalized approach, Long Island painkiller addiction expert Dr. Chaudhry will help you eliminate your dependence on opioid painkillers like vicodin, oxycontin, oxycodone, morphine, etc., as well as heroin.
Imagine… a life free of addiction. You don’t have to imagine it; it’s real. Freedom from opioids is one phone call away.
Get Your Loved One the Help They Need to Kick Opioid Addiction
Contact us now and Make an appointment with a Long Island addiction doctor to learn more about how to get help for opioid addiction, and the recovery options that may be available to you. There are no obligations, simply a chance at a way out.
It doesn’t matter how many times a person tries to get off opioids. It’s the last attempt that matters. Help your loved one get to Dr. Chaudhry and onto the road of freedom from addiction.