If youâ€™re living with a tramadol addiction, itâ€™s critical to choose the right treatment program. Researchers say people addicted to tramadol drop out of treatment programs more often than people addicted to other types of opioids.
Treating Tramadol Addiction at Boca Recovery CenterÂ
Researchers say addiction treatment works best when people have a say in the therapies used. At Boca Recovery Center, all treatment programs begin with conversations. You have the opportunity to hear more about how these addictions are treated, and you have the right to explain what seems right for your situation.Â
Your program might include some of these components:
Medical Detox for Tramadol Withdrawal Management
Typical opioids cause flu-like symptoms when people quit using them abruptly after physical dependence has formed. Tramadol is a little different. Some people develop hallucinations, paranoia, anxiety, and panic when they stop the drug. Medical detox is critical.
The Boca Recovery Center medical team will assess your health and determine what mix of medications can help you transition from tramadol intoxication to sobriety safely. Youâ€™ll be monitored around the clock, and your medications will be adjusted if needed.
Your dose will be tapered slowly, and youâ€™ll have plenty of opportunities to give feedback and get support. If your withdrawal symptoms are not managed, your tapering schedule may be adjusted, temporarily raising your dose and slowing the overall pace of your taper. You may receive medications to address specific symptoms of withdrawal, such as anti-anxiety medications or antidepressants.
Youâ€™ll have support available at all times, so you have somewhere to turn if things get challenging. At the end of this phase, you should feel more focused and ready to work on long-term recovery.
Opioids like tramadol change brain chemistry in persistent ways. Intense cravings for tramadol may occur as a result. Medication-assisted treatment (MAT), which we offer at Boca Recovery Center, can help to amend that imbalance to allow you to focus on rebuilding your life in recovery.
Researchers say people who participate in programs like this have fewer withdrawal symptoms, a higher quality of life, and lower levels of depression. Longer periods of treatment are associated with a higher chance of long-term sobriety. Some people use MAT for short-term treatment, whereas others engage with MAT for years.
Your MAT program might involve buprenorphine, methadone, or naltrexone. Each one works a little differently, but all of them can help to preserve your sobriety from opioid misuse. Staying on them indefinitely is often recommended, as quitting increases the risk of relapse. Your treatment team will identify your long-term goals and work with you to help you achieve them.
At the end of your treatment program at Boca Recovery Center, weâ€™ll connect you with a local MAT provider who can supervise your ongoing recovery and manage your medications.
Comprehensive Inpatient Rehab Treatment for Tramadol Abuse
An inpatient treatment program allows you to step away from your triggers and stresses, so you can focus exclusively on your recovery. This helps to keep you protected during the early phase of recovery when you are often most vulnerable to relapse. At Boca Recovery Center, youâ€™ll have daily access to some of the best-trained staff in the world.
Your medications will be closely monitored during inpatient treatment. Youâ€™ll also access all sorts of resources to help you change your thinking, behavior, and habits. Spend time in group therapy, work with a counselor in individual sessions, and learn in educational meetings. Share in support group settings too.
Boca Recovery Center facilities are calm, clean, and comfortable. Youâ€™ll eat nutritious foods, sleep in soft beds, and access beautiful grounds. This relaxed setting provides a comfortable setting that is supportive of all your recovery efforts.
Combining medications and therapy can make both more effective. In your therapy sessions, you can learn more about how your tramadol addiction developed and what you might need to change to ensure that your relapse risks are smaller.
The Boca Recovery Center team uses evidence-based approaches for tramadol addiction treatment programs. That means our team might use cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) to help you find new coping skills when you face triggers. Your team might also use family therapy to help you reconnect and form stronger bonds.
The therapeutic approaches that are used in your treatment program might change throughout the course of your care. Our care plans are flexible, adapting to your needs as you grow in recovery.
Why Choose Boca Recovery Center for Your Tramadol Addiction Treatment Program
Some of the top reasons to choose us include the following:
- Individualized treatment plans: We tailor treatment plans to address your unique needs, history, goals, and more.
- Evidence-based treatment methods: We use addiction treatment modalities that are backed by scientific research and considered best practices.
- Top credentialed and accredited medical directors and staff: We staff some of the most experienced and knowledgeable therapists, doctors, and psychologists in the country.
- Insurance coverage: We work with most major insurance providers, including private insurance, Medicare, and Medicaid, to help make rehab more accessible.
- Financing options and flexible payment options: We donâ€™t want a lack of insurance to be a burden to receiving quality tramadol addiction treatment, so we offer financing and payment plans to reduce the cost of care.
- Proven success in addiction care: Weâ€™ve treated over 10,000 patients at our various facilities, helping them achieve sobriety and create long-term recovery plans.
- Top 10% of rehabs in the U.S.: All of our locations are accredited by The Joint Commission. We meet the highest standards of care in addiction and behavioral health.
Long-Term Recovery From Tramadol AddictionÂ
Ongoing recovery strategies reduce the risk of relapse. Just as it takes time to develop tramadol addiction, it can take time to recover from it. There isnâ€™t a quick fix to addiction recovery. When your time with Boca Recovery Center is drawing to a close, weâ€™ll help you create a long-term protocol.Â
Your plan might include the following elements:
- Support group meetings, such as Narcotics Anonymous or SMART Recovery
- Group counseling
- Individual counseling
- Drug education classes
If your recovery starts to slip, you have options. We can connect you with appropriate sober living homes, so you have a safe space to live during early recovery. We can admit you to a partial hospitalization or intensive outpatient treatment program, so you can learn more skills before you start an independent life. The goal is to get you the right support.
Getting Started at Boca Recovery CenterÂ
Tramadol addiction treatment begins with an admission. Denial is a common aspect of addiction, but to recover, you must tell someone that the problem exists and commit to building a new life. Boca Recovery Center makes this conversation easier.Â
Contact us for a free and confidential pre-screening conversation. Weâ€™ll ask about your tramadol use history, your insurance, and your treatment history. With this information, weâ€™ll determine if youâ€™re a good fit for our program and build a treatment plan thatâ€™s right for you.
When you arrive, weâ€™ll be here to help you check in and get started. The work â€” and the healing â€” begins immediately. Just call us to get started.
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