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Alcoholism is perhaps the biggest addiction facing us today. In fact, 7 percent of Americans ages 18 and older have an Alcohol Use Disorder. Simply put, more people are addicted to alcohol than any other substance. Many of them don't think it's a big deal. "I can quit any time," they tell themselves (and their families). The trouble is they can't. With withdrawal symptoms that range from challenging to deadly, alcoholism is something that just shouldn't be dealt with alone and unsupervised.

Out Patient Alcohol Detox

The Recover Now system uses an outpatient approach that allows people to safely and comfortably detox from alcohol in only three-ten days. We begin by replenishing the vitamins and minerals your brain needs and then follow up with physician-approved medicine to keep you calm, comfortable and safe. Once all of the alcohol has passed from your system, we work with you to choose the best treatment options.

Plus, since we know that medical approaches alone will not cure alcoholism, we help you find a comprehensive recovery program to continue long-term support as you get clean and stay clean.


Opiates are among the most addictive of all drugs and the can cause dependence even on first-time use. An addiction to opiates is not a sign of weakness; it's an inevitable outcome for many unsuspecting people. Opiates like Heroin and OxyContin for example, highjack the brain's production of endorphins - the chemicals that make you naturally feel happy. Our Rapid Opiate Detox removes these harmful chemicals in a process that can take just several days and allows you to return to normal drug free life.

Opiate Withdrawal Pain is Gone

For many patients, we recommend the Bridge, an FDA approved medical device, which helps curb the effects of Opiate and Alcohol withdrawal within 8 minutes of application. The Bridge is a gentle neuro-stimulation system (NSS) device that attaches just behind your earlobe. It's a non-narcotic treatment that works nearly 100 percent of the time by gently stimulating the nerves to your brain to create a feeling of calm and ease.


Heroin, referred to as big H, horse, hell dust, and smack is an opioid drug made from morphine, a natural substance processed from poppy plants. It can be taken by injection, sniffing, snorting, or smoking. Heroin enters the brain rapidly and attaches to opioid receptors in the brain and the gut, especially those involved in feelings of pain and pleasure, heart rate and breathing.

Based on the time Heroine is active in the brain, it can actually be easier to detox then it's replacement drugs Suboxone and Methadone. Detox from Heroine is helped with our trademarked protocols, NAD+, and natural supplementation. Brain synchronization along with Neuro-Feedback is essential for recovery and staying clean. Long-Term brain recovery is our specialty.


Suboxone® has long been the medical standard for breaking the addiction to opiates. Many people can take this prescription narcotic with minimal side effects for extended periods of time. Others may not "feel like themselves" when taking this medication, even for short periods. If Suboxone® is working for you, we encourage you to continue with your physician and their recommended protocols. If Suboxone® is not working as well as you had hoped, there are additional medically approved protocols which might be the answer for you. Our medical team will assess your situation and make recommendations based on your specific needs and preferences. We are here to help. Quitting Suboxone® is a process tailored to your needs, based on length of time taking the drug, and your personal medical history. There is no hospitalization and no general anesthesia needed with our program, and, our system minimizes the discomfort from withdrawal. Every case is different, and we customize your care based on your individual needs. You can rest assured; we are here for long-term support.


Methadone can be a lifesaver for people struggling with severe opiate/heroin addiction. By replacing heroin or high-dose painkillers with a legal prescription alternative, many people can regain their lives. For some, this narcotic prescription drug offers hope and a solution to their severe addiction.

At Total Regenerative Medical Health, we do not prescribe narcotics including Methadone. There are specific licensed facilities dedicated to prescribing this drug and daily patient care. We are happy to refer you to one of these facilities if Methadone is your choice. We focus on those not wanting to take this drug but have nowhere to turn. If this is your case, we will consult with you, examine your individual wants and needs and then formulate a specific, medically accepted approach to help reduce your dependence on this prescription narcotic. Our hope is for a clear and bright drug-free future.

Note: Only medical evaluation can determine the specifics of your individual case and determine the best approach to withdrawal from Methadone dependence.

In summary, if Methadone therapy is working for you, we suggest you continue with your current physician and therapy. If you are looking for a different approach, we may be able to help.


Cocaine, nicknamed Blow, Coke, Crack, Rock, Snow, increases levels of the natural chemical messenger dopamine in the brain. It attaches to the reward centers of the brain. Cocaine prevents your natural dopamine from being recycled internally, and builds up between nerve cells, stopping their communication. This results in people taking stronger and more frequent amounts, trying to achieve the same high, as well as trying to avoid symptoms of withdrawal. The first step to recovery is to release the drug from the brain receptors and then begin the process of recovery and brain restoration.


There's a whole family of medications called Benzodiazepines, designed to calm nerves or prevent panic attacks, to help you sleep and to help you deal with anxiety. These drugs, like Xanax, work at first, but over time, patients rely on more and more doses and the results seem to be less and less. Eventually, there's no stopping, no weaning off of the medicine. It becomes an addiction.

At Recover Now, our caring professionals can break the cycle of Benzodiazepine addiction. Unlike traditional recovery methods, this outpatient program can be completed in as little as ten to fourteen days, and many of our clients find that they return to a normal life with less anxiety, fewer panic attacks and no insomnia. Often times there are dual addictions and we are ready to help you on this path to total brain recovery. We are here for you every step of the way.

Prescription Drugs

No one sets out to get hooked on prescription drugs; it's a dependency that starts quietly and with little warning. The medicines you might take provide healing and relief, but unfortunately many of them also are highly addictive. What starts out as a simple solution can quickly grow into a crippling dependency.

Abruptly stopping these medications once you are addicted can lead to severe withdrawal symptoms including convulsions, seizures and even death. That's why it is so hard for many people to stop. Without a proven safe and effective system of detoxification, tapering off certain medications seems nearly impossible. The Prescription Drug Detox offered by Recover Now is a proven method of stopping the addiction, controlling the symptoms of withdrawal, all with a safe medically supervised approach.

Pain Medication

The list of Opioid pain medications include: Codeine, Morphine, Oxycodone, Oxycontin, Roxicodone, Hydrocodone,Tramadol, Methadone, Hydromorphone, Tapentadol, Anileridine, Levorphanol, Buprenorphine, Suboxone, Fentanyl, and more.

It's an endless cycle: an injury or condition leads to chronic pain. Every day you suffer and so your physician, in an effort to help you feel better, prescribes a pain medication. While the medicine at least dulls the pain, it also makes you feel strange and not like yourself. Maybe you begin having fatigue, insomnia, irritability, intestinal problems or foggy thinking. It becomes a trade-off and still doesn't "cure" the problem. Worse yet, the medicine becomes less effective, so you have to take more of it just to feel the same. You are in the midst of not only a chronic pain cycle, but also facing a drug dependency.

I didn't choose this.

It's true, you didn't ask for this pain nor dependency. The good news is you don't have to live with it.  We have effective, medically proven and safe protocols to detox from these medications.  The vast majority of clients who start the Pain Medication Detox protocols successfully complete the program and best of all, many chronic pain patients report experiencing less pain once they are completely off of pain medications.


Methamphetamine "Meth", can be injected, snorted, or smoked, and is a highly addictive drug that affects the brain and central nervous system. It releases a quick high when injected or smoked but as dopamine levels in the brain are taxed, the user needs more and more to just feel "normal". When methamphetamine is injected or smoked it immediately produces an intensely pleasurable sensation known as a "rush" or a "flash." It does so by releasing high levels of dopamine in the brain. The long-term use of methamphetamine creates effects similar to Alzheimer's disease and pre-mature brain degeneration. The brain damage remains for months even years after the user stops using

Our protocols will ease the withdrawal symptoms of Meth and begin the long-termed process of brain restoration and recovery.


Marijuana is indeed an addictive substance and the rate of addiction to marijuana has risen for all age groups, including teens. Statistics show one in six adolescents who use "pot" develop an addiction. Addiction to marijuana is similar to those of any other addictive substance. Signs of addiction include increased tolerance, withdrawal symptoms when abstaining, increased consumption over weeks and months, spending significant time and focus on the drug, and societal withdrawal.

As with all addictions and brain compromise, our brain restoration protocols are designed to bring the brain back to normal function. We can help.


Nicotine is both a stimulant and a sedative. Nicotine gives the body a quick boost in energy often described as a "kick." This is partly due to nicotine causing the release of adrenaline by your adrenal glands, a powerful stimulant to your body. It causes your heart rate to increase, breathing to increase, and shift in blood pressure. Nicotine also promotes decreased pancreatic function resulting in a slight increase in blood sugar. Our concern with dealing with nicotine addiction is the release of dopamine in the pleasure and motivation areas of the brain, which is very similar to heroin or cocaine. The drug user experiences a pleasurable high since dopamine affects emotions and sensations of pleasure and pain. As users become more tolerant to nicotine, higher doses are needed. It's a vicious cycle.

The first step to recovery is to release the drug from the brain receptors and then begin the process of recovery and brain restoration.

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