Kumar Aesthetics Institute provides outpatient opioid addiction treatments, specializing in medication-assisted treatment (MAT). We provide Franklin and Nashville patients and their families top-notch treatment options in a safe and confidential setting. We can help eliminate withdrawals, cravings and help with long-term sobriety through medications like Suboxone.
The success of a person’s treatment requires the support of an entire community. At Kumar Aesthetics Institute, we understand the heartache and pains of addiction and the strength that can be gained from successful treatment. Our medically trained doctors and counselors can help guide you through the recovery process with creative therapeutic resources that are designed around your specific situation. No single case is the same so we want to ensure that we understand your unique needs and then provide a customized approach to getting you back to recovery.
Medically Assisted Suboxone Treatments
In combination with individualized therapy, our experienced addiction doctors use medically assisted suboxone treatments in a nurturing environment, with an emphasis on education and empowerment to move forward.
Suboxone treatments can help patients cope with the overpowering addiction while they are going through the treatments. Utilizing Suboxone during the initial treatment process, you will be able to cope with the withdrawals and desires of your old lifestyle.
Naltrexone For Alcohol Addiction
Kumar Aesthetics Institute provides a safe and effective way to help with alcohol addictions. Addictions are habits and the only way to stop a habit is to eliminate it. Using an opiate blocker returns a person’s craving for alcohol to their pre-addiction state eliminating the desire. This ability to use an opiate blocker like Naltrexone can turn habit-forming behaviors into habit erasing behaviors. Naltrexone disrupts the body’s reward when drinking alcohol causing you to want to drink less until you no longer desire the taste.
This method has a 78% success rate with or without therapy and complete eradication of the alcoholic habit generally happens within 3-4 months. 25% of patients will become 100% abstinent and the rest will continue to take Naltrexone medications while they continue to drink and have that desire.
Addiction & Recovery Treatments Franklin, Tennessee
At Kumar Aesthetics Institute, Our team is dedicated to the health and well-being of your addictions and can help you on your journey to recovery. Call our offices to speak with a representative or schedule a consultation online today!