Recovery Delivered provides online recovery and telemedicine services to patients desiring to make a change in their life.
Recovery Delivered was started to minimize the opioid epidemic plaguing the US yearly. The platform’s founders have spent the last decade working with addiction patients and witnessing losses even with traditional treatment facilities. They discovered that lives could be saved if people had better access to care without breaking their banks. On the online platform, providers can offer addiction treatment and medication management using sophisticated technology and a user-friendly app.
As one of the largest companies offering access to online services, the providers are licensed to write scripts and give evidence-based medication-assisted treatment (MAT) for addiction recovery. Each medication works to help patients with their addiction, whether they need to start the detox/withdrawal process or diminish the strength of cravings. Some medications block alcohol/opioid effects, while others hinder them from enjoying the experience if they consume substances.
Depending on the drug and daily use habits, the detox period lasts from 3 days to a few weeks, during which a patient may feel many emotional and physical withdrawal symptoms. These symptoms include seizures, anxiety, muscle aches, depression, sweating, and nausea. Recovery Delivered often prescribes Benzodiazepines, antidepressants, Methadone, Naltrexone, Naloxone, clonidine, and other types of medication for alcohol and heroin addiction treatment.
Individuals addicted to opioids who desire to get off them can contact the platform’s Suboxone doctors. They create a plan tailored to patients’ needs no matter where they are in the US. They combine Medication-Assisted Treatment (MAT) with support, counseling, and behavioral therapies to provide a whole-patient approach to substance use disorders. Although many patients worry about their privacy as they seek treatment, the online Suboxone doctors offer a private and discreet way for people to get the help they need.
A patient needs a smartphone and a state-issued ID to start MAT since Suboxone is a controlled substance. The doctors accept anyone medically cleared to MAT and help patients currently in a program to switch to online recovery. The platform doesn’t allow any insurance and is strictly cash pay. However, it offers affordable rates for visits, and patients may use their insurance to cover drug testing or medication. When patients need a higher level of care, the doctors refer them to medical detox and inpatient recovery centers they have vetted.
With a smartphone, a patient can download the Recovery Delivered app and complete the onboarding process, which includes uploading medical history information and signing treatment forms. Once completed, the onboarding team sends the patient a link to book their first meeting to speak to a licensed medical provider who sends their prescription to a pharmacy of choice for same-day pickup. Alongside MAT for addiction recovery, the platform has telemedicine services for prescription weight loss, hormone replacement therapy, ADHD medication, and online urgent care.
To get to know more about Recovery Delivered visit the website or call (866) 757-9868. Recovery Delivered is located at 157 Bleecker St, Suite 1, New York, NY, 10012, US.
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