Prescription Drug Detox

The Coleman Institute offers Prescription Drug Detox options in Denver, CO

Suffering from chronic pain can manifest both physically and emotionally, making even the simplest of tasks, like getting out of bed in the morning, seem impossible. Many people with chronic pain turn to prescription drugs to help them manage pain and make it through the day. But the highly addictive nature of prescription drugs can quickly turn them into a drug dependency.

Many prescription drugs are chemically similar to endorphins in that they relieve stress and pain. When opioid-based prescription drugs, such as Vicodin® and OxyContin® drugs are taken, they bind onto the opioid receptors in the brain that are normally occupied by naturally made endorphins. It is through these receptors that prescription drugs take effect in the brain and body. But prescription drugs are much stronger than the endorphins naturally produced in the body so the reaction they trigger is much stronger. Your brain can begin to crave the strength and response of a prescription drug, resulting in a drug dependency and addiction.

If you are suffering from a dependency on your prescription drug, the Coleman Institute in Denver, CO can help. We offer a safe and comfortable Prescription Drug Detox to help you get your life back.

Our Prescription Drug Detox in Denver, CO is an outpatient process that is safe, comfortable, and effective. Many of our patients can complete the process in as few as 3-8 days. This is possible because we use non-addictive drugs and sedatives to eliminate all prescription drugs from your body, significantly reducing the discomfort that causes most people who attempt to self-detox to relapse.

The Benefits of Our Prescription Drug Detox in Denver, CO:

Outpatient Care

  • As few as three days to complete the process
  • No general anesthesia
  • No hospital stays required

Minimal Discomfort

  • Safe, assisted withdrawal process
  • Medicine to reduce discomfort
  • Caring support from medical professionals who understand addiction

Long-Term Support

  • Naltrexone therapy to reduce cravings and reduce the risk of relapse
  • Plan for maintaining sobriety
  • Access to recovery support services

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You can free yourself from addiction. Let’s take the next step together. Call us at 877-773-3869.

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