We help patients struggling with pain to get better. Our outpatient clinic combines the expertise of a team of medical professionals, each specializing in a different aspect of care to treat patients dependent on opiates.
NuHope Patients: We hope that you and your family, loved ones, all remain safe as the global spread of coronavirus (COVID-19) is affecting every one of us. Your health and safety is our highest priority. We will maintain normal business hours while actively monitoring developments related to the coronavirus (COVID-19). We want to assure you that NuHope is taking all necessary health and safety precautions in accordance with the CDC (Centers for Disease Control and Prevention) and local and state health officials for both our patients and employees. NuHope is now offering HIPPA compliant telehealth services, for those services that do not require an in-person visit.
ALL your treatments Under one roof
NuHope’s Center for Excellence brings together a team of medical professionals to collaborate, diagnose, and treat the biological, physical, and emotional causes of your pain. They will write your pain medications while simultaneously providing you with tools to treat your pain. In addition, they will prescribe other types of less harmful medications, and work to uncover each component of your pain. While NuHope’s medical team will take over writing your pain medications, you will still need to see your pain management doctor for other interventions and your other providers for any general medical or surgical issues.
We want you to keep your routine. Recovery is not a short-term problem, so we want to create a safe and stable environment for life after treatment.
Recovery is work, but this work is easier in our relaxing and healing atmosphere. NuHope will allow you to ease into your recovery routine, as you learn to adapt to a life without opiates.
We have morning, afternoon, and evening appointments to accommodate work, school or busy schedules. Our professional staff is available to answer calls and get you directed to the help you need 24 hours a day and seven days a week.
Long term dependence on opiates does occur despite well-intentioned physicians and patients. If you feel you have become dependent on your prescriptions, talk to one of our medical professionals today.
What We Do
We designed our outpatient treatment center to help people get their lives together and get the treatment they need to recover and function in the real world. Our physicians, rehabilitation specialists, and counselors work together to address all the factors that make up your overall health and get you back to being you.
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