Painkiller Addiction Treatment in Orange County
Painkillers are used for medicinal purposes following a surgery or to relieve
a chronic pain. Individuals frequently become addicted to painkillers
after a serious injury, when they are prescribed a pain reliever and no
longer have the supervision or control they would have at a medical facility.
Though many different forms of painkillers exists, an addiction to any
of them may lead to a very serious addiction that can also yield a very
serious withdrawal. Individuals suddenly going without their painkiller
can experience excruciating physical pain as well as severe mental fatigue,
anxiety, and disorientation. All of these symptoms require medical relief,
which is what separates our facility from the rest.
Our professionals at Luminance Recovery are trained to work together in
treating your loved one’s addiction. Our physicians, psychiatrists,
and therapists collaborate for each patient, helping them through the
rough phases of withdrawal, lingering cravings, and confronting the root
cause of the addiction.
Highly Addictive Painkillers
Pain is perhaps the chief cause for which individuals in our country visit
a doctor, and many leave their appointment with a prescription painkiller.
As these do wonders for recovering patients, they can become highly addictive
These prescription painkillers include but are not limited to:
Because these are prescribed so regularly to patients across the country,
use of them can seem quite normal, making it harder to detect any misuse
or abuse. These issues first develop almost always from upping the dosage
to one higher than intended by your doctor, and once this progresses,
it can be very difficult to kick the habit without professional health.
Treating Painkiller Dependency
When you or your loved one enters our facility for help with an addiction
painkillers, our first concern will be treating the physical dependency.
This will require a withdrawal process, which our team of physicians will
monitor and work to lessen through strategic medications. Once this part
of treatment is over, we will then begin the recovery process.
We at Luminance Recovery believe that addictions can be traced back to
a particular event or point in an individual’s life. Our therapists
will work with our patients to identify the underlying cause of the addiction,
giving you or your loved one the highest probably of long-term recovery
from painkiller addiction.
The staff at Luminance Recovery can assess and treat any factor contributing
to an addiction and help you or your loved one get on a road to recovery.
Our system is comprehensive, and we dedicate all of our resources to promoting
a healthy and proactive life free from addiction to painkillers. Call
us today at (714) 408-9609.