Medical Provider Specializing in Opioid Dependency utilizing Suboxone.

The Dodson Directive’s approach to assisting patients with Opioid Misuse or Dependency (Opioid Use Disorder) is based on evidence based practices utilizing innovative and interdisciplinary team care coordination. Our mission is to maximize a patient’s recovery and eliminate cravings and withdrawals related to opioid dependency. Dodson Directive’s goal is to improve a patient’s functionality and quality of life. We are dedicated to our patients in assisting with restoring their healthier lifestyle.


 

What the providers do:

Medical providers with a dynamic and progressive approach to pain.

 

Services Offered:

  • In-office medication-assisted treatment – prescription medications are used to help suppress withdrawal symptoms and decrease cravings.
  • Patient education and developing care plan with clients input
  • Provide referrals as needed

 

What is Prescribed:

Suboxone is the prescribed medication used by Dodson Directive to address opioid misuse or dependency. This medication will eliminate craving and withdrawals with the cessation of opioid use. For further information on Suboxone, use the link on the right of the page labeled “Prescriptions” and call us to set-up an appointment to begin the process of your recovery.

 

Know Your Opioids:

Opioids can be prescription painkillers. For example, Oxycodone, hydrocodone, and fentanyl—better known by the brand names as OxyContin, Vicodin®, Percocet®, and Actiq®—are opioids. The street drug heroin is also an opioid.

 

Opioids can be prescription painkillers

  • Oxycodone
  • Hydrocodone
  • Morphine
  • Hydromorphine
  • Fentanyl
  • Brand names as OxyContin®, Vicodin®, Percocet®, and Actiq —are also opioids
  • The street drug heroin is also an opioid

 

Clinical Policy:

To ensure patient safety, we follow best practices in monitoring all prescriptions, and uphold patient safety  at all times.

Our patients will be required to see us regularly to assure you receive the best care.  It is always best to communicate openly with all of your physicians.  Notify them of all current medications, and always contact all of your providers  before you alter your personalized medication regimen on your own.


patient support

Suboxone Patient Support

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Talking with your doctor

Opioid dependence can be treated. Talking with your healthcare team keeps them aware of your situation so they may adjust your treatment plan accordingly.

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