Nashville Subutex Doctor
How Does Suboxone Work and Why Do Opioid Addicts Need it?
“Suboxone” is the brand-name for Buprenorphine and Naloxone. There are now multiple generic versions of Suboxone available by prescription from a doctor who obtains an X-DEA license or “X-Waiver” as it is often referred. It is this “XDEA Waiver” that allows them to prescribe Suboxone. This is also reason most general practitioners do not prescribe…Read More
Generic Suboxone Films Causing Withdrawals, Rashes and Stomach Aches – Alvogen Sandoz Dr Reddys Santoz Mylan
UPDATED 7/7/2020 Generic Suboxone sublingual films are somewhat new to the opioid addiction market. Their arrival was due in part to the appeal of Indivior UK’s patent of Suboxone sublingual films in July of 2019 (full article). Indivior UK felt both Dr. Reddy’s and Alvogen generic Suboxone films were infringing on their copyright. The FDA…Read More
Nashville Recovery has Helped Over 1100 Clients with Addiction
When we first got started in October of 1027 we had no idea we’d be fortunate enough to touch so many people. Thanks to a great, caring staff of professionals, we can now say we have helped over 1100 people with addiction. Wow! It all began way back in 2005. Co-owner Drew Bourke lost his…Read More
What is Being Addicted Actually Costing You?
So many times we get inquiries from people who are stuck in the miserable cycle of addiction looking for a cure of any kind. They can’t imagine life with drugs, and they can’t imagine life without drugs. All they know is that they’re sick and tired of feeling sick and tired, and they’re quickly going…Read More
Suboxone and Xanax – A Deadly Combination
What Happens When Someone Takes Xanax and Suboxone Together? People who misuse Xanax with Suboxone take it in an attempt to feel euphoria from their Suboxone. Xanax strengthens the euphoric effects of full opioid agonists or opiates that activate the full opioid receptor. However, Suboxone acts as a partial opioid agonist, which means it causes…Read More
Addiction Epidemic May Have Been Orchestrated Says New Lawsuit Against the Sackler Family – Makers of OxyContin
Addiction is no laughing matter. It’s a disease that in recent years has gone completely off the rails. Some people think the addiction epidemic was going to come no matter what due to changes in the modern family lifestyle, like working too much, work pressure, money and financial issues, etc. Others, are convinced the addiction…Read More
Suboxone Treatment Available Every Other Saturday – Accepting New Patients
Don’t let a busy work schedule prevent you from taking action against your addiction! Suboxone Clinics of Nashville offers appointments every other Saturday for those with a busy schedule, or to those who daycare and babysitter’s is not an option. Kids are welcome to join parents for their visit. A large lounge area with big…Read More
Get Clean, Change Your Life, and Save Money?
Many people in the throws of addiction are surprised at just how much money they spend on the street buying pills. Especially, when they look at it on a monthly basis. “It’s easy to spend $600 to $700 a week on Oxy when you buy it on the street.” Many people who are buying pills…Read More
Medication Assisted Treatment with Suboxone at Nashville Recovery Saving Lives
Medication Assisted Treatment, or “M.A.T.” as it’s called, combines behavioral therapy and medications to treat substance use disorders. Nashville Suboxone Recovery offers an MBA-level therapist, along with medical doctors to treat patients who suffer from opioid addiction. The most common medication prescribed for opioid addiction is Buprenorphine. Buprenorphine works as an opioid agonist / antagonist that blocks…Read More
Nashville Suboxone Recovery is Moving Next Door on Friday, November 30, 2018
We are excited to announce we are moving to a larger location! Nashville Suboxone Recovery’s new space is located directly next door to our previous space. The new address is: 5722 Hickory Plaza Drive, Suite C3 Nashville, TN 37211 Nashville Suboxone Recovery’s new clinic is more than twice the size. It will soon feature a…Read More