Addiction is a hard battle to win alone. We want to remind you that you do not have to do it alone. At the Long Island Compassionate Medical Center, we strive to make a safe, warm space for you to discuss your struggles with addiction and offer medication Assisted Treatment (MAT). Dr. Jahanzeb Chaudhry, an expert at helping patients overcome addiction, has years of experience helping people just like you “free” themselves from the “vices” of addiction. Schedule a consultation with our Suboxone physician, Dr. Chaudhry today and get started on your path to recovery. You are here now. Take the next step, schedule an appointment, and remember, you are worth it
Medication-assisted treatments provide a “whole-patient” approach to treating substance abuse disorders. MAT programs are clinically driven, and they help to sustain addiction recovery and reduce opioid overdose. Most patients need a program that is tailored specifically to their needs and a Suboxone doctor that cares. MAT has proven to be a comprehensive, individualized treatment plan, combining medication and behavioral therapies that work well for people on the road to recovery. Visit Dr. Chaudhry at the Long Island Compassionate Medical Center, and learn more about how our MAT program can help you.
Dr. Chaudhry is one of the few physicians in New York licensed to prescribe MAT medication, such as Suboxone. Many patients say he’s one of the best Suboxone doctors around. He and his compassionate team approach MAT differently, involving a combination of FDA-approved drugs, behavioral therapies, and counseling. To learn more about how our medication-assisted treatment plan can help your fight against addiction, reach out to us.
Buprenorphine and naloxone are combined to form this FDA-approved medication in combination with counseling and behavioral therapies, otherwise known as Medication-Assisted Treatment (MAT). MAT is an approach that Dr. Chaudhry has had great success with. Many patients who had an opioid dependency have been successful with this treatment and recovered from it. When taken as prescribed, Suboxone can be a safe and clinically effective treatment for opioid dependency. The FDA has approved the first generic version of Suboxone (buprenorphine and naloxone) sublingual film as part of Medication-Assisted Treatment. It has a slow onset and long lasting effects that reduce cravings.
Both medications contain buprenorphine and naloxone, which have a strong binding capability that can kick other opioid drugs out of the receptors in the brain. The dosage is the same: an 8-2 mg of Suboxone (8 mg of buprenorphine and 2 mg of naloxone) is the same as an 8-2 mg generic film.
It must be noted that we only accept insurance for Opioid Use Disorder Treatment. We do not accept insurance for your medical marijuana treatment plan.