Addiction Sucks – But, Quitting is Now Easier Than Ever
Don’t get caught in the vacuum of addiction. Addiction sucks. Addiction is rampant in the USA, affecting nearly 1 out of every 8 people. Addiction is a disease, and if you have it then you know how bad things can get. I remember just 6 years ago having to drink my son’s cough medicine with…Read More
Accepting New Patients Tuesday January 15 & Friday January 18!
Did you know you do NOT need insurance to get into opioid recovery with medication and therapy? You can start at Nashville Suboxone Recovery for just $200. No kidding. Most patients get their first two weeks of medication absolutely free. (See doctor for details) And, we’re accepting new patients on the following days: Tuesday, January…Read More
Spend this Christmas CLEAN with the Help of Nashville Suboxone Recovery
Imagine being clean this Christmas… Nashville Suboxone Recovery can make this a reality this Friday and Saturday by beginning a program of opioid recovery! Suboxone is prescribed to virtually eliminate cravings and withdrawals. One on one therapy is will help you resolve issues and traumas that may be feeding your opioid addiction. Daily outreach means…Read More
Own a Car? Start Earning $500 – $1000 Weekly in Nashville
The staff at Nashville Recovery is always seeking solutions that can benefit our patients. After initially getting clean, many people are looking for ways to earn full or part-time income to start celebrating their new, happier, cleaner lifestyle. If you’re looking to earn extra money and own a vehicle, then you almost instantaneously qualify to…Read More
Free Medication Waiting at the Pharmacy with Your Insurance
Did You Know? Most insurance companies will pay for your recovery medications (Suboxone, Subutex, Bunavail, Zubsolv, generic Suboxone tablets, etc). However, many of them require a prior authorization which can take up to 24-hours to approve. There’s No Need to Wait – Get Your Prior Authorization Done BEFORE Your Visit at Nashville Recovery! Click here…Read More
Generic Suboxone Prices Continue to Drop
Whether you’re new to addiction recovery in Nashville or a veteran, you can appreciate saving money on medications. The great news is, the generic Suboxone tablets (buprenorphine and naloxone) continues to drop thanks to a price war between two of the generic tablet manufacturers. The White Pill or the Orange Pill – Which One is…Read More
What is Suboxone and How Does it Work?
Suboxone is the brand name of a combination of naloxone and buprenorphine, the latter of which has an effect on the brain similar to that of heroin and other opiate narcotics. Naloxone blocks the ability for opiates to attach to the opioid receptors. … When taken as directed, Suboxone can work. A Common Suboxone Experience: Eliminates withdrawal symptoms Removes…Read More
What is the side effects of Suboxone?
Though experiences will vary user to user, below are some the common side-effects that can accompany Suboxone usage: headache, mild dizziness numbness or tingling stomach pain, vomiting, constipation drowsiness, or sleep problems (insomnia) feeling drunk; trouble concentrating redness, pain, or numbness in your mouth Suboxone is a brand name for the drugs Buprenorphine and Naloxone.…Read More
Methadone vs. Suboxone – Which One is Better, and Why?
First, some clarity on what is considered to be an “Opioid”: Opioids are a class of drugs that include the illegal drug heroin, synthetic opioids such as fentanyl, and pain relievers available legally by prescription, such as oxycodone (OxyContin®), hydrocodone (Vicodin®), codeine, morphine, Opana, roxy’s, and many others. Is Suboxone better than Methadone for People…Read More
We’re Now Open Every Other Saturday!
It’s True! Nashville Recovery is now open every other Saturday beginning July 14, 2018 from 9am to 2pm! Click HERE Schedule your Saturday Appointment You can use our online appointments system to schedule your appointment. Or, you can call or text us at (615) 431-3701 to schedule your appointment! Getting relief from opioid addiction isn’t…Read More