Each person’s case is different, and the doctor who treats your opioid dependence will work with you to create a treatment plan that fits your specific needs.

  • Our treatment method analyzes the way your specific system metabolizes over 140 different drugs throughout multiple pathways. With this process we are better able to understand which medications and what dosages will be most beneficial for your individualized treatment. This eliminates the guesswork in prescribing medications, including psychiatric medications, which may be indicated for management of co-occurring mental health conditions, such as anxiety or depression. Research shows that effective management of co-occurring mental health conditions is imperative to effective management of addiction.
  • We are currently the only treatment providers in the world utilizing this technology.
  • Our outpatient treatment also incorporates physical therapy and chemical dependency counseling to address every affected avenue of dependence.

The overall goal of treatment is to end the abuse or misuse of opioids and to help patients manage their condition in a way that helps restore them to a healthy, productive and happy life.

People need to be motivated to change. That helps people stay in treatment long enough to benefit. Strong social support from family and friends is incredibly helpful.

In order to qualify as an opioid use disorder, opioid abuse must be problematic and cause severe impairment in the individual’s life. Below is a list of signs and symptoms of opioid addiction. If you or someone you love has displayed at least two of these signs and symptoms within the past year, then you may be suffering from an addiction to opioid painkillers.

  • More opioids are taken than intended or over a longer period of time.
  • The person experiences persistent failed attempts to quit using opioids.
  • The person spends an inordinate amount of time engaging in opioid-related activities.
  • Severe cravings to use opioids are present.
  • Opioid use interferes with work, home and school responsibilities.
  • Previously enjoyed activities are abandoned for opioid use.
  • Opioids are used in dangerous situations such as driving a motor vehicle.
  • The person continues to use opioids in spite of psychological or physical issues caused by the drug.
  • The person develops tolerance, meaning that they need to take increasingly higher amounts of opioids to achieve the desired effect, and they experience less of an effect with the same dose as before.
  • Withdrawal symptoms are present with cessation of opioid use, and the person takes opioids to relieve withdrawal symptoms.

It is a prescription medicine that contains the active ingredients buprenorphine and naloxone. It is used to treat adults who are dependent on opioids without the adverse effects of the more commonly used methodone.

Common side effects of methadone hydrochloride (the medication commonly used in other treatment programs) include anxiety, nervousness, restlessness, insomnia, drowsiness, dry mouth, nausea, vomiting, diarrhea, constipation, loss of appetite and decreased sex drive. Through our use of pharmacogenetic testing and suboxone medication, we provide a DNA-customized treatment to avoid these ailments. Additionally, Methadone can result in overdose. Suboxone’s ingredient naloxone prevents overdose. Depending on the psychiatric medication you may be taking, OTCOA’s pharmacogenetic test can prevent a wide array of adverse side effects by helping your doctor identify which medications and dosages are right for you.

We accept all private insurance plans, including Cigna, Humana, Aetna, BlueCross/BlueShield, and more. To see if your provider is on our list, click here.

We are not currently covered by Medicare and Medicaid, though we do provide our services at a cost-conscious rate of $500 per month in hopes to make it more accessible across America.

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