INSynergy is the Premier Painless Detox Center in St. Louis, MO!

INSynergy | The Premier Alcohol and Drug Rehab in St. Louis, MO

Detox from heroin or pain pills doesn’t have to be a miserable experience.

The nausea, vomiting, chills, diarrhea, bone pain, is not a pleasurable experience. Only more heroin or pain pills will make it go away. Until now. Suboxone and Subutex is now available at INSynergy.

With these new medications, one can be free of heroin and pain pill addiction and start a new life without the hassles of going inpatient. Detox can safely be achieved as an outpatient, many times within an hour. Induction can take up to 4 days but many of our clients finally feel “normal” on the first day of detox.

Unlike methadone, subutex and suboxone is given within the privacy of a provider’s clinic. Suboxone treatment centers in St. Louis can oftentimes take several weeks to get into. At INSynergy, immediate detox can be achieved that same day when you contact our office.

Waiting for Suboxone Providers in the St. Louis area to open up slots can be challenging. Because INSynergy carefully choses committed clients who can also benefit from a 6 month program, our alloted Suboxone slots are very available.

INSynergy believes that major changes in life must also occur through a process achieved by a INTEGRATED approach of science and psychology. We focus on cognitive distortions, automatic negative thoughts, catastrophizing, and other pathologic thought processes that contribute to a cycle of failure.

What are Subutex and Suboxone?

Subutex and Suboxone are medications approved for the treatment of opiate dependence. Both medicines contain the active ingredient, buprenorphine hydrochloride. This drug which works to reduce the symptoms of opiate dependence.

Maintenence Dosing

For some, Suboxone will be used at a maintenance dose during recovery. During this phase, addiction counseling is important. In fact, the success of your treatment can be greatly improved by attending some sort of professional counseling after you have stopped taking opiates.

If maintenance dosing is chosen, Suboxone will be prescribed at the lowest possible dose that is effective at stopping withdrawal symptoms or opiate cravings. For some, this phase can last months or even a year or more.

You must be experiencing withdrawal symptoms at the time of induction. If you are not, the induction of Suboxone will cause the sudden onset of withdrawal symptoms that can be very uncomfortable.