We use science and medicine to get you beyond the opiate addiction and back to being you. Your individual and customized program may differ from these steps, but the following outlines some of the Treatment Therapy provided by NuHope.
Anyone can detoxify a patient off of medications, but very few can provide long-term recovery. Our goal is to reduce your withdrawal symptoms and manage your narcotics under the close supervision of a medical team. We treat the whole person, including the physical, mental, and biological factors that impact your ability to recover.
Our rehabilitation professionals are experts at treating pain. They look for areas of weakness, stiffness, and stress that cause pain. We treat those areas with exercise, massage and stretching to ease pain and increase mobility. The treatments are designed to disrupt pain pathways and change how your body responds to pain. During your therapy, you can expect a customized program that is tailored to your specific recovery.
Practice relaxation exercises and learn to fine-tune your natural responses to stress to control different body functions in our BioFeedback Therapy Sessions.
For example, you might learn the relaxation technique to decrease the brainwaves that activate when you have a headache. Biofeedback can help you gain more control over what would be normal involuntary functions.
We analyze the chemical makeup of the patient’s body and observe how the patient is responding to the decrease of Opioids in their system.
Depending on the severity of the abuse, some patients need additional help getting the body’s chemical levels in balance.
Individual counseling can create a positive mindset, perspectives and new techniques to free the patient from their habitual disorder.
The patient receives one-on-one attention from the therapist allowing for a more individualized approach to helping the patient.
Group Therapy allows the patient to work on core issues that affect their addictive disorder inside the support of a group environment. It provides an important sounding board as patients learn they are not alone and creates honest feedback and bonds between people with shared struggles and experiences.
Addiction affects the entire family, and family counseling can help everyone recover and heal. All members of the family make specific, positive changes as the person in recovery changes. These changes can help all members heal and increase the likelihood of recovery for the patient.