Methadone Clinics in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina

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Center Of Hope Of 104 George Bishop Parkway Myrtle Beach

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Myrtle Beach is a beautiful city in Horry County. It has tens of thousands of inhabitants, which means it could be home to multiple people experiencing opioid addiction. Myrtle Beach has a warm subtropical climate and an estimated 14 million visitors touring the city each year. Although it has some beaches, only 1.03% of its 61.56 km² total area is water. People may treat opiate dependence in the city at any methadone clinic Myrtle Beach. Methadone clinics treat patients who indicate voluntary interest in treating opioid use disorder medically. The program enrollees are given doses of methadone, a medication that reduces cravings and manages pains. The program enrollees are monitored and doses of methadone are adjusted according to the progress noticed by the medication-assisted treatment professional. Methadone is approved by the Food and Drug Administration and all methadone clinics in South Carolina have to be accredited by the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration before running the opioid treatment program. Methadone is effective and safe, but it should only be taken under the watch of a healthcare professional because it’s side effects may need the attention of a practitioner. Methadone should not be shared between patients because only the required quantity is given to each program enrollee.

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