What is Addiction Medicine? Craig Wellness & Recovery | Dr James Craig Alcohol & Drug Rehab in Canton, GA (770)720-5011 http://craigwellnessandrecovery.com
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Craig Wellness and Recovery is operated by Dr. James Craig, who graduated from the Medical College of Georgia School of Medicine. His clinic is based in Canton, GA and he specializes in addiction medicine, offering patients medication-assisted therapy (MAT) which is a specialized recovery process.
The clinic explains that they offer those suffering from drug and alcohol addiction a chance to recover, get clean and stay clean. They state that in most cases patients won’t even have to go to a traditional rehab facility and can be discreetly treated in a series of private and confidential meetings at their clinic.
Once a patient has made the decision to get clean they are more likely to succeed if they seek out treatment and support. Craig Wellness and Recovery offer MAT treatment plans to aid this recovery.
The range of substance use disorders that they treat includes alcohol, opioids, painkillers, heroin, methamphetamine, cocaine, crack, marijuana and prescription drugs. They also treat co-occurring disorders such as ADHD, anxiety, bipolar disorder, OCD, PTSD and schizophrenia.
Their outpatient treatment programs allow patients to continue attending school or to keep working alongside their treatment. Due to the nature of this program patients will still have their friends and family alongside them to offer support in their recovery. It is also an affordable way to receive therapy as there are no residential fees
Struggling with alcohol or drugs?
Craig Wellness and Recovery can help you get clean and stay clean.
Craig Wellness and Recovery specializes in medication-assisted therapy (MAT) – a recovery process that uses medication to help you get clean and stay clean
This is because most addicts have a co-occurring disorder—such as depression, bipolar disorder, obsessive-compulsive disorder, and so on—that requires simultaneous treatment.
If you have both a substance use disorder and a co-occurring disorder, unless we treat each of them, your chances for full and complete recovery will be greatly lessened.
And for some addictions, MAT is a must. If you have an addiction to heroin, for example – or to other opioids like oxycodone or hydrocodone-opioid replacement therapy is the only viable option.
The good news is we can treat a wide variety of substance use disorders and co-occurring disorders without requiring you to check into a residential treatment facility.
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