Break Free from
Opioid Addiction on Long Island
Medication-Assisted Treatment (MAT) Offers Safe, Highly Effective Way to Get Off Painkillers and Heroin
Once you realize you are addicted to opioids or heroin, it’s easy to feel as though there is no way out. Drug addiction feels like a one-way downward spiral. It doesn’t have to be.
If you are looking for a way out, a way to get clean and sober and regain your life — your relationships, financial security and hope for a bright future — we invite you to explore Medication-Assisted Treatment (MAT) at the Long Island Compassionate Medical Center.
Dr. Jahan Chaudhry, MD, is one of a handful of New York physicians approved to treat opioid addiction with MAT — a combination of FDA-approved medications like Suboxone, counseling and behavioral modification treatment. His Holbrook, Long Island, center is warm and inviting and private.
You don’t have to visit a crowded, public clinic to get the help you need from a Long Island suboxone doctor. Dr. Chaudhry is a family physician; he and his staff are warm and supportive. At the Long Island Compassionate Medical Center, people who are addicted to opioids often get clean is just a few days.
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MAT is a clinically proven way to kick opioids to the curb forever.
MAT is a whole-patient approach to getting clean. It’s a clinically proven method that isn’t being prescribed nearly enough — considering the opioid epidemic. Physicians must undergo considerable training to be approved to prescribe the medications used in Medication-Assisted Treatment.
Dr. Chaudhry has completed considerable training and has years of experience helping patients successfully get clean.
Studies conducted in 2013 reveal astounding statistics: about 1.8 million people were addicted to pain relievers and half a million people were suffering from opioid addiction related directly to use of heroin. Those same studies prove that the type of treatment provided at the Long Island Compassionate Medical Center works.
“MAT has proved to be clinically effective and to significantly reduce the need for inpatient detoxification services for these individuals.”
— SAMHSA, the US Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration
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.