What to Know About Medication Assisted Treatment for Substance Use Disorders?
Substance use disorders can be incredibly difficult to overcome, but with the right treatment, it is possible. Medication assisted treatment (MAT) is one of the most effective and widely used treatments for substance use disorders, and Dr Charles Noplis has been a leader in this field since 2009. With patient maximum approved by X-Waivered, let’s take a closer look at MAT and how it can help those struggling with substance use disorders.
The Science Behind Medication Assisted Treatment
MAT combines the use of medications such as buprenorphine, methadone, and naltrexone with counseling and behavioral therapies. This approach effectively reduces cravings while relieving symptoms of withdrawal so that patients can focus on recovery without experiencing severe discomfort or relapse.
Studies have also shown that MAT is more effective than abstinence-based treatment alone in reducing opioid misuse, criminal activity among those suffering from substance abuse disorder, and mortality rates associated with drug overdose.
The Benefits of Working With an Experienced Medical Professional
When considering MAT as part of your treatment plan, it is important to work with a qualified medical professional who understands the nuances of the various medications used in this type of therapy.
Dr. Charles Nopils has been providing MAT services for years now, meaning he is well-equipped to evaluate each individual case and provide personalized care that meets each patient’s unique needs.
He works closely with patients to ensure they receive the best possible outcomes from their MAT treatment plans by monitoring their progress regularly and adjusting doses as needed.
Medication assisted treatment (MAT) provides an effective way to treat substance use disorders by combining medication with counseling and behavioral therapies.
When working with an experienced medical professional, you can be sure that you are receiving personalized care tailored specifically to meet your needs and provide you with the best possible outcome from your treatment plan.
If you or someone you know is struggling with substance abuse disorder, consider talking to Dr Charles Noplis about medication-assisted treatment today!