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If You Or A Loved One Is Suffering From Opioid Use Disorder, There Is Hope. Recovery Is Possible. 
At Advanced Pain and Weight Loss Center, we offer compassionate, comprehensive treatment of chronic pain or opioid addiction using suboxone. Suboxone allows our doctor to work with you to gradually reduce your dependence on opioids so you can fully recover. Throughout the treatment process, we will check your progress and make adjustments as needed. Our goals are to help you recover from opioid dependence and get your life back again. Suboxone therapy will help provide relief of physical symptoms and can provide withdrawal treatment for:
- Opioid Withdrawal
- Norco Withdrawal - Oxycodone Withdrawal
- Fentanyl Withdrawal - Vicodin Withdrawal
- Oxymorphone Withdrawal - Heroin Withdrawal
- Tramadol Withdrawal - Codeine Withdrawal
- Morphine Withdrawal - Demerol Withdrawal
- Hydromorphone Withdrawal

Only qualified doctors with the necessary DEA (Drug Enforcement Agency) identification number are able to start in-office treatment and provide prescriptions for ongoing medication. In addition to being a triple board certified physician, Dr. Sidhu also carries this additional qualification. Dr. Sidhu is also authorized by the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) to treat opioid dependency with buprenorphine.
Doctor visit
Step 1:

We will conduct a thorough assessment and evaluation. Suboxone treatment and expectations will be discussed in detail and any questions will be answered.

Doctor visit
Step 2:

Start treatment. Induction:
Several appointments may be necessary in the beginning stages as the medications is adjusted to the point where withdrawl symptoms are no longer experienced.
Once an appropriate dose of suboxone has been established, you will remain on this dose so that you can function normally. The length of treatment is determined by patient and physician, It can last anywhere from weeks to years.

Doctor visit
Step 3:

Supervised withdrawl:
As treatment progresses, the doctor and patient may decide that supervised withdrawal is an appropriate option. During this phase, the physician will gradually taper your SUBOXONE dose over time, making sure that the patient does not experience any withdrawal symptoms or cravings.

We do not bill insurance, but we will assist with prior authorizations needed for pharmacy coverage of suboxone medication.