It is no secret that addiction is a very pervasive issue. This usually means that it manifests by spreading across different aspects of a person’s life. Because of this, treating addiction can be very complicated. After all, the issue can become too big to tackle, affecting a person’s life in very unpredictable ways. Therapy aims to understand where the patient is coming from in psychological terms, but there is also a physiological component that needs to be addressed. This is why it’s so important to also incorporate medication assisted treatment into the rehabilitation program.

What Is Medication Assisted Treatment?

It is no secret that rehabilitation involves therapy. After all, this is the method by which a patient and their treating staff learn more about where the person is coming from, how they feel, and what got them there. This is a very important part of the program, for it gives the patient the tools they will need to actually make long term progress. However, sometimes disposition alone isn’t going to be enough for a person to actually take the first few steps into sobriety. The body itself has been conditioned to receive consistent intake of the substance, and those cravings won’t always go away that easily. Medication is often a good way to complement treatment in order to help the patient delve into initial sobriety and maintain a good relationship with your own mental health.

SV Recovery Rehabilitation

Here at SV Recovery, we are always hard at work at developing the best possible rehabilitation program that we can offer. This means incorporating medication assisted treatment, as well as different treatment methods, in order to create a treatment plan that addresses each patient’s specific needs and circumstances. We are well aware that each case is different, which is why we are always making sure we have the right tools to adapt the treatment accordingly. For more information about how we can help you, you can give us a call at (800) 627-7077 and we’ll get you started.