Fort Lauderdale Sublocade Doctors Offer A New Hope

Fort Lauderdale Sublocade Doctors Offer A New Hope

What is Sublocade?

Fort Lauderdale Sublocade doctors are learning the value of this new and important treatment for opioid addiction. Sublocade is a new medication that is given as a monthly injection. And, as reported in this New Start Recovery article, it provides a new hope for those who are addicted to opiates and opioids and their loved ones.

What makes Sublocade different?

Sublocade contains the same active ingredient found in Suboxone, Subutex and ZubSolv. It is buprenorphine. The difference is that when you take one of those older brands, you must place your medication under your tongue to dissolve every day. However, Sublocade is a monthly injection, given just under the skin. There is no need to think about it between monthly visits to the doctor.

Fort Lauderdale Sublocade doctors are now offering this treatment.

While Sublocade has been available since March of 2018, it has taken some time to work out the process of getting it approved by insurance companies and shipped from specialty pharmacies. Now, doctors in the Broward County area are ready to provide Sublocade treatment.

Peace of mind.

One significant benefit of a monthly injection is peace of mind. Hence, family members can rest assured that the medicine is working. There is no need to be concerned that their loved one is missing doses or not taking it correctly.

You can find a doctor in your area today.

Fort Lauderdale Sublocade doctors are a subset of physicians who are already providing MAT (Medication Assisted Treatment) to treat heroin and opioid pill addiction in South Florida. In fact, there is a Sublocade website that may provide a directory to find local doctors who are prepared to administer Sublocade therapy.

Here in Fort Lauderdale, we are accepting patients for Sublocade treatment.

At our office in Fort Lauderdale, near the Galt Ocean Mile, we are currently working with patients to make the transition from Suboxone, Subutex and ZubSolv to the Sublocade injection. So, please call to schedule an appointment if you are interested in learning more about this new treatment for opioid addiction.