Kansas City

816-205-8050

St. Louis

314-472-5016

During the COVID 19 pandemic, we are still seeing new and current patients in our clinics and we are now also providing remote consultations through video conferencing. Please call our offices to schedule a consultation.

Kansas City: 816-205-8050

St. Louis: 314-472-5016

About Opioid Addiction

Get Clean Here!

You are not alone

There are over 2 million people in the US who are addicted to opioids. Whether you are addicted to heroin or prescription pain pills, there is hope!! At Midwest Health Center our Suboxone Doctors’ innovative treatment plans will give you the freedom you need to retake control of your life and get off the pills!

Privacy

At Midwest Health Center  Our Suboxone Doctors Clinics are focused on treating our patients with the dignity and respect they deserve. We recognize that opiate addiction is a chronic illness, and will work with you to establish a treatment plan that is right for you. Visits are structured to maintain maximum confidentiality.

Convenience

For many patients, maintaining normal work and family schedules is of paramount importance. Our flexible scheduling philosophy will ensure that you are able to continue to live your life while getting treatment. With convenient locations near you, we aim to make your access to treatment as simple and easy as possible.

Suboxone Doctors Practice Methods

We aim to have the highest quality office-based treatment program for medication assisted treatment of opiate addiction. The cornerstone of our practice is the use of buprenorphine (Suboxone, Subutex, Zubsolv, and similar medications) in an outpatient, office based setting. We also partner with other mental health professionals to provide a comprehensive recovery plan. While the majority of patients will benefit immensely from additional counseling, we will work with you to develop a treatment plan that meets your needs, fits your lifestyle, and your schedule.

About Buprenorphine

Buprenorphine (the active agent in Suboxone, and other related medications) is used in medication-assisted treatment (MAT) to help people quit their use of heroin or other opiates, such as pain relievers like oxycodone or morphine. Suboxone treatment has been shown to be safe and effective for opioid use disorders, decreasing cravings, and decreasing the potential for relapse. Unlike methdone treatment, which must be performed in a highly structured clinic, buprenorphine is the first medication to treat opioid dependency that is permitted to be prescribed or dispensed in physician offices.

Whether you have had problems with opiate or prescription pain killers, use of heroin, or any other type of opiate abuse, we are here to help you get your life back on track!!With

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