Top Rated Prescription Drug Rehab for Residents of San Diego

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From the emergence of the first antibiotics to the development of the first vaccine, the medical community and pharmaceutical companies have done enormous good for society, but there is a dark side to all that progress. In their desire to cure deadly diseases, address serious mental health issues and treat chronic pain, drug companies and doctors have often created unintended consequences, creating problems for their patients, their families and society as a whole.

That is certainly the case when it comes to the scourge of RX drug addiction and abuse, an issue that many residents of San Diego and the surrounding regions are all too aware of. If you have been using powerful opioid painkillers to treat a back problem, or if you were prescribed the drugs following a hospital stay or dental procedure, you may now be struggling with dependency, and you may not know where to turn for the treatment you need.

The good news is there is indeed treatment available, and you can access it with a single phone call. If you or someone you care about has been struggling with RX drug addiction, we invite you to pick up the phone today and get the help you need to get better and get on with your life.

What is RX Rehab Like?

In many ways RX drug addiction looks much the same as any other type of substance use disorder. The physical dependency is very much the same, as is the impact on yourself and your family. But there are some differences as well, and they must be carefully addressed through the rehab process.

One of the most important things to address when treating an RX drug addiction is the root causes of the problem. If you have been taking painkillers to treat a chronic back problem for instance, the rehab must address not only the addiction itself but the underlying pain issues as well. When you work with Muse Treatment, we will look for alternatives to prescription painkillers, so you can remain comfortable as you heal from your addiction.

What to Expect During RX Rehab?

In many ways RX drug addiction looks much the same as any other type of substance use disorder. The physical dependency is very much the same, as is the impact on yourself and your family. But there are some differences as well, and they must be carefully addressed through the rehab process.

One of the most important things to address when treating an RX drug addiction is the root causes of the problem. If you have been taking painkillers to treat a chronic back problem for instance, the rehab must address not only the addiction itself but the underlying pain issues as well. When you work with Muse Treatment, we will look for alternatives to prescription painkillers, so you can remain comfortable as you heal from your addiction.

How Long Does Rx Rehab Mar Vista Last?

You probably have a lot of questions if you are thinking about going into rehab for your RX drug rehab, starting with how long you can expect to spend with us and what the next steps will be. At Muse Addiction Treatment Center we want  you to be fully informed, and we want to be totally transparent about what you can expect when you work with us. 

One of the most important things to know is that there is no one size fits all approach to treating an RX drug addiction. Everyone has a different path to this kind of dependency, and successful treatment will require not only addressing the addiction but the root causes for it as well.

If you have been suffering from chronic pain, for instance, your path through rehab may include alternative forms of pain relief, and that could mean an extended stay of 60 or 90 days. In other cases your RX drug rehab experience may be over in as little as 30 days, but no matter how long you spend with us you will receive the same high quality treatment and the same high level medically-assisted treatment.

Top Abused Prescription Drugs

In an abstract sense just about any type of drug can be abused, but in the real world some RX medications are far more likely to be overused and abused than others. For those in the San Diego area and others, the new class of opioid painkillers are among the most likely to be abused, and the results of the opioid crisis have been reported on for many years now.

These opioid painkillers are powerful, but they are also powerfully addictive, making their use especially risky for many people. But these are not the only RX drugs that can be abused, and the benzodiazepines used to treat anxiety, depression and panic disorder are also subject to addiction, dependency and other forms of abuse.

No matter what kinds of medications your doctor has prescribed, it is important to monitor your own usage carefully. Even if you only suspect you have a problem, we encourage you to pick up the phone and give the experts at Muse Addiction Treatment Center a call. We can guide you through the rest of the process, from finding the right help to getting you the treatment you need.

Why Choose Muse for RX Rehab?

When it comes to conquering an RX drug addiction, knowing where to turn is not always easy. You know you need help and you know that you need to address the underlying causes of your addiction but you are not sure who to trust or where to go for treatment.

At Muse we understand that confusion, but we would like to assure you that quality help is available. Our medical approach to treating RX drug addiction sets us apart, as does our desire to address not only the addiction itself but the root causes for it.

If you or someone you care about has become dependent on RX drugs, we encourage you to give us a call right away. We can guide  you through the next steps, so you can get the help you need and get on with the rest of your life.

If you or a loved one are struggling with addiction, call Muse Treatment Center today. Our expert addiction specialists are standing by ready to speak confidentially with you. Call (800) 426-1818 today.

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