Waismann Method Opioid Addiction Treatment Specialists, has been the leading Rapid Detox Center since 1998. Although the center is world renowned for providing the best anesthesia-assisted rapid detoxification, other medical opioid detox methods are also available. Rapid Detox treatment is performed by a Quadrupled Board-Certified MD with 20 years experience in accelerated opioid detoxification. Patients are admitted to a private room of a full service, accredited hospital for a few days, followed by a few more days at our exclusive recovery retreat.
Michael H. Lowenstein, MD is a practicing Anesthesiologist in Santa Ana, CA. Dr. Lowenstein graduated from Loma Linda University School of Medicine in 1988 and has been in practice for 29 years. Dr. Lowenstein is considered one of the top authorities in rapid detox treatment worldwide; he also specializes in pain medicine, what provides him with the knowledge and expertise critical for treating patients suffering from opioid addiction.More
The idea that people chose to use drugs because of moral failings, has maintained its victims scorned, punished and discriminated by society. The stigmatization and ignorance that surrounds substance abuse and mental illness, have been extraordinarily harmful and often lethal to its victims. To effectively treat someone, We need to see the whole individual in front of us and not just the moment they are in.More
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