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When substance abuse treatment methods are typically discussed amongst professionals in the industry, it usually revolves around things like therapy sessions, prescriptions, labs, and family relations of the patients. Because the system is modeled to include the various traditional medical concepts for what is considered appropriate care, it understandably has predictable outcomes. The bar for…

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As with all addiction treatment, counseling and therapy make up the primary components of treatment and recovery. Typically, the recovering patients are suffering from underlying emotional trauma and other psychological disorders that often reflect in confusion and delusion. The role of the specialty-trained and board certified chiropractic physician in the treatment setting is to be…

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Alternatives for addiction recovery So many people over the years have questioned this concept of “alternative” or “holistic” approach to addiction recovery. Most of all I have been asked does this work? Well to be frank do we really know what works? Think about that. For some people meetings are the key for their recovery….

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  Don’t Delegate! Integrate! Most health professionals who have been in the game long enough know that the healthcare industry as a whole is moving in the direction of integration. Integration of behavioral, medical, and holistic services is delivered most cost effectively and efficiently when all health practitioners treating and caring for the same patients…

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MAT Windsong Wellness – Grand Opening MAT Windsong Wellness is a pure outpatient medication-assisted treatment program that looks to help when other methods have not worked.   As a patient of MAT Windsong Wellness, we will help you work through problems that have been holding you back and made you feel like you were less…

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Auriculotherapy: An Effective Treatment Procedure For Addiction Finding the least invasive treatments for addiction care appears to be an elusive concept in rehab. Yet, there has been a non-pharmaceutical procedure that has been used widely throughout the world for decades and goes largely ignored or devalued in almost all western medical systems – auriculotherapy. Auriculotherapy…

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Spinal Manipulation: Is There a Missing Element In Successful Addiction Treatment? Addiction treatment and recovery is the fastest growing segment of the healthcare industry today. From drugs and alcohol to behavioral conditions such as sex addiction and gambling, the underlying conditions of all are manifested in neuromusculoskeletal pain. Now that many insurance plans cover substance…

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Medication Assisted Treatment (MAT) for Addiction: Are There Effective Alternatives? MAT has been utilized for the treatment of substance use disorders for way more than a hundred years. Obviously, this has been refined much better since the early 1900’s and we know a lot more about addiction than we did then. MAT is still an…

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Medication Assisted Treatment (MAT) for Addiction: Are There Effective Alternatives? MAT has been utilized for the treatment of substance use disorders for way more than a hundred years. Obviously, this has been refined much better since the early 1900’s and we know a lot more about addiction than we did then. MAT is still an…

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4 STEPS TO A ESTABLISHING A FULLY FUNCTIONING INTEGRATIVE HEALTH DEPARTMENT FOR YOUR TREATMENT CENTER If you’re thinking about hiring a doctor or establishing an integrative health department, we encourage you to follow these four steps; STEP #1:  Make a written commitment to yourself to write a vision statement for how you see your center setting…

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