Methadone Clinics in Blairsville, Pennsylvania

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Blairsville, Pennsylvania is a borough in Indiana County, on the Conemaugh River, with a population of 3,216. Anyone seeking a methadone clinic Blairsville PA should not hesitate to accept opioid addiction treatment from any of the many methadone clinics in Pennsylvania. Opioid addiction is a chronic medical disease, just like diabetes or hypertension. Just like no one would attempt to manage their chronic diabetes on their own, no one should attempt to manage opioid addiction alone. Opioid addiction is best managed through step-down treatment plan that starts with intensive therapy and counseling that gradually reduces in intensity and frequency, ie “steps down,” as the patient progresses. Meanwhile, the patient should be on a stable dose of methadone throughout. Methadone will allow for normal functioning by blocking cravings and withdrawals and keeping brain chemistry stabilized. This permits patients to progress much more easily in therapy, and helps to reduce relapse risk. Experts in the field of opioid rehabilitation advise that methadone maintenance continue even after other treatments are finished or are greatly reduced. Most recommend a year, or longer, of methadone, for the full treatment benefit.

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