Back in January 2020, 40 percent of counties in the United States didn’t even have one doctor permitted to prescribe buprenorphine, one of the two active medications that makes up Suboxone — the Gold Standard in Medication Assisted Treatment for opioid addiction.
Since Coronavirus took its grip on the country, MAT has is easier to get, according to addiction specialists. Under the national emergency declared in March, patients can now get prescriptions for Suboxone prescriptions via a phone call or videoconference with a doctor.
Of course, New York residents have had access to MAT with Suboxone and other medications for several years. Dr. Jahan Chaudhry, founder of the Long Island Compassionate Medical Center in Holbrook, Long Island, helps his patients get clean fast.
Can Dr. Chaudhry help you? Find out here. Dr. Chaudhry is a medical doctor who specializes in pain relief and helping good people, just like you, get off of addictive prescription drugs such as vicodin, oxycontin, oxycodone, morphine, etc., as well as heroin. Dr. Chaudhry is one of a select handful of primary care physicians licensed to prescribe the medications (Suboxone, Buprenorphine, Naloxone) used in Medication-Assisted Treatment, on Long Island for substance abuse of opioid painkillers and heroin addiction.
It doesn’t matter how many times you’ve tried to get clean before. Dr. Chaudhry and his experienced team offer a unique approach to MAT. (A combination of FDA-approved medication, counseling and behavioral therapy.)
Don’t wait to get access to Medication Assisted Treatment in New York. Contact Dr. Chaudhry’s office now by calling 631.588.4888 for an appointment.