Drug Abuse Rehab

(Prescription Addiction Treatment Facilities) Dr. Gregory Smith – Prescription Drug Abuse, ,

Prescription Addiction Treatment Facilities – Dr. Gregory Smith – Pain Relief Group – Prescription Drug Abuse
http://www.nespprogram.com/
Call Now to 310-320-1970 for an appointment.

“My message is that our medical community have done a horrible job in treating chronic pain and addiction. The fact is that on every street corner you see a pain clinic and places that detox people. All in all there are still 7 out of 10 Americans, that’s 70% of the people taking at least 1 prescription drug a day. 100 million people are still in chronic pain, more than cancer, diabetes, and heart disease combined.

“My pain addiction to pain medication when I had a work injury.”

“It started when I got into a car accident.”

Relapse has become so common in this country that “relapse is part of recovery” has become a mantra. I don’t know about you, but if I have cancer I wouldn’t want my doctor to tell me that relapse is part of recovery. I would want the cancer gone, and that’s the way I feel about addiction, and the way I feel about chronic pain.

“I’ve been on heavy medications for about 3, 3 and a half years.”

“I started taking these drugs when I was 17 years old, and me and my friends took them to get high, and we would find them in our parents’ or our friends medicine cabinets in their houses.”

“I took these medications for over 21 years.”

I don’t understand these these horrific statistics, that people keep treating people the same way, with the same outdated modalities that simply don’t work. You have to think differently to get a different result. I saw this in my own patients many years ago and that’s what made me take a step back and look and ask myself, “What am I doing here? Am I trying to get people better? Or am I just adding to the same kind of treatment modalities that everyone else is doing that spells failure.

“I couldn’t do any abstract calculations, I couldn’t remember anything.”

“Had the shakes, I’d be sweating, I couldn’t get up out of my bed.”

“My pain was still there, and I was completely chemically dependent on all these prescription medications that I was being prescribed by doctors.”

If you really want to get out of pain, if you want to stop taking these medications, free yourself from the bondage that is taking handful of pills everyday, then you seeing this video was no accident, it was meant to be.

“I actually had slipped into depression. I found that I wasn’t talking to my family.”

“I couldn’t get up out of bed. People didn’t want me to drive. My kids were so angry at me, they were embarrassed.”
“I lost my relationship with my wife, and my children.”

When I changed course, I started using DNA testing, balancing brain chemistry to get people off these pain killers and other medications like anti-depressants, anxiety pills, sleepings pills, once and for all.


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Helpful Links

Recovering from Prescription Drug Addiction – Best Inpatient

Find the Best Residential Prescription Drug Recovery Center


Prescription drug recovery centers assist individuals who may be addicted to prescription drugs. According to the National Institutes of Health, approximately 20 …

Prescription Drug Addiction Treatment – Timberline Knolls
http://www.timberlineknolls.com › Drug & Alcohol Addiction
Get help from one of the nation’s leading Residential Treatment Centers. … lasting recovery from Prescription Drug Abuse and Addiction and related issues.

Inpatient Prescription Drug Rehab Centers – Best …

Choosing the Best Inpatient Prescription Drug Rehab Center


Rehabs.com The best inpatient prescription drug rehab program will vary to some degree according to the specific prescription drug around …

Treatment Options for Prescription Drug Addiction – WebMD
http://www.webmd.com/mental-health/addiction/breaking-an-addiction-to-painkillers-treatment-overvew
WebMD
Breaking free from an addiction to prescription drugs takes more than willpower. … and types of counseling that can help get someone on the road to recovery.

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Prescription Addiction Treatment Facilities – Dr. Gregory Smith – Pain Relief Group – Prescription Drug Abuse
http://www.nespprogram.com/
Call Now to 310-320-1970 for an appointment.

“My message is that our medical community have done a horrible job in treating chronic pain and addiction. The fact is that on every street corner you see a pain clinic and places that detox people. All in all there are still 7 out of 10 Americans, that’s 70% of the people taking at least 1 prescription drug a day. 100 million people are still in chronic pain, more than cancer, diabetes, and heart disease combined.

“My pain addiction to pain medication when I had a work injury.”

“It started when I got into a car accident.”

Relapse has become so common in this country that “relapse is part of recovery” has become a mantra. I don’t know about you, but if I have cancer I wouldn’t want my doctor to tell me that relapse is part of recovery. I would want the cancer gone, and that’s the way I feel about addiction, and the way I feel about chronic pain.

“I’ve been on heavy medications for about 3, 3 and a half years.”

“I started taking these drugs when I was 17 years old, and me and my friends took them to get high, and we would find them in our parents’ or our friends medicine cabinets in their houses.”

“I took these medications for over 21 years.”

I don’t understand these these horrific statistics, that people keep treating people the same way, with the same outdated modalities that simply don’t work. You have to think differently to get a different result. I saw this in my own patients many years ago and that’s what made me take a step back and look and ask myself, “What am I doing here? Am I trying to get people better? Or am I just adding to the same kind of treatment modalities that everyone else is doing that spells failure.

“I couldn’t do any abstract calculations, I couldn’t remember anything.”

“Had the shakes, I’d be sweating, I couldn’t get up out of my bed.”

“My pain was still there, and I was completely chemically dependent on all these prescription medications that I was being prescribed by doctors.”

If you really want to get out of pain, if you want to stop taking these medications, free yourself from the bondage that is taking handful of pills everyday, then you seeing this video was no accident, it was meant to be.

“I actually had slipped into depression. I found that I wasn’t talking to my family.”

“I couldn’t get up out of bed. People didn’t want me to drive. My kids were so angry at me, they were embarrassed.”
“I lost my relationship with my wife, and my children.”

When I changed course, I started using DNA testing, balancing brain chemistry to get people off these pain killers and other medications like anti-depressants, anxiety pills, sleepings pills, once and for all.


——————————————————————————————
Helpful Links

Recovering from Prescription Drug Addiction – Best Inpatient

Find the Best Residential Prescription Drug Recovery Center


Prescription drug recovery centers assist individuals who may be addicted to prescription drugs. According to the National Institutes of Health, approximately 20 …

Prescription Drug Addiction Treatment – Timberline Knolls
http://www.timberlineknolls.com › Drug & Alcohol Addiction
Get help from one of the nation’s leading Residential Treatment Centers. … lasting recovery from Prescription Drug Abuse and Addiction and related issues.

Inpatient Prescription Drug Rehab Centers – Best …

Choosing the Best Inpatient Prescription Drug Rehab Center


Rehabs.com The best inpatient prescription drug rehab program will vary to some degree according to the specific prescription drug around …

Treatment Options for Prescription Drug Addiction – WebMD
http://www.webmd.com/mental-health/addiction/breaking-an-addiction-to-painkillers-treatment-overvew
WebMD
Breaking free from an addiction to prescription drugs takes more than willpower. … and types of counseling that can help get someone on the road to recovery.

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8 thoughts on “Drug Abuse Rehab”

  1. Manhhatan Beach Houses says:

    I completely agree 100%: prescription medications are not the solutions for chronic pain and they create a devastating dependance…

  2. Carlos Caridad says:

    It's great to treat medication addiction in the most natural way possible.

  3. Carlos Caridad says:

    The knee jerk reaction in today's day and age is to throw drugs at a person to fix their problems.  It's understandable and acceptable to use pain killers if it's used responsibly and for short-term purposes, but the dangers of getting hooked are too obvious.  I like this guy's approach because he understands that people aren't just chemical entities, and treating addiction to meds won't be successful if just treated on that front.  You have to address the other facets of a person, all the way down to nutrition, in order to successfully treat this addiction.  His success rate speaks for itself, his program works because he understands that people aren't one dimensional.

  4. J.Alfred Prufrock says:

    Finally, someone that understands the problem well-enough to be able to treat it appropriately.  You can't use a one dimensional solution (drugs) to address a multi-dimensional person.  His system works because he understands this foundational truth.

  5. AlkalineWaterMachines says:

    His methods work, his hard numbers of success stories speak for themselves.  What really convinced me was that he has analyzed and has broken down the problem into the core issues, which is that there are multiple issues to be addressed, not just one.  Not surprised that he has broken it down to the the molecular level and has spent 10 years in creating this program.

  6. Daniel Caridad says:

    The system works!  Can't believe I've been drowning in my daily prescription-induced delirium just for the sake of avoiding pain.  To be free from the handful of meds AND pain simultaneously — who would have ever thought it was possible?

  7. CancerAlternativeNetwork says:

    Man wasn't designed to be hopped on meds indefinitely.  You get into a serious car accident, or come out of an intensive surgery, then yes, you can use prescription meds to help with the pain in the short-term.  The point is not to let the drugs kill the pain indefinitely, the point is to temporarily mute the pain so it won't prevent you from resting and recovering.  When you rest and recover, and simply get well, you shouldn't need the pain killers anymore.  We need to get off this kick where addiction to pain killers, no matter how legitimate the reason we got on them, is accepted.

  8. fjones63 says:

    How does someone get help when they have lost everything?

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