Medication-Assisted Treatment (MAT)

Synergy Wellness operates a Suboxone clinic in Huntsville Alabama. We provide confidential medication-assisted treatment to help individuals recover from opioid dependency withdrawals and cravings.

Personalized and confidential opioid addiction treatment

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We treat opioid addiction with the use of buprenorphine-naloxone, better known as Suboxone®.

Suboxone Clinic in Huntsville Alabama

Providing Relief to those suffering from opiate use.

Synergy Wellness is a certified suboxone clinic to treat opioid dependence. Our clinic serves to help individuals with withdrawals caused by opioid use disorder.

Suboxone Clinic in Huntsville Alabama

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Suboxone Clinic in Huntsville Alabama

Our clinical staff are caring and empathetic. We believe in providing comfort to those with opioid use disorder.

Confidential Televisits

We believe that your well-being and confidence begins with providing care and solutions that fit your time and desired outcome.

At Home Screening and Tests

We strive to provide you the medication you require to overcome opioid dependency disorder and offer the ability to provide lab tests from the privacy of your own home.

Full Respect for your privacy

All information is securely protected by our practice for your piece of mind. We maintain HIPAA compliance to ensure your privacy at all time.

SUBOXONE

Frequently Asked Questions

Suboxone is a medication that contains buprenorphine (an opioid medication) and naloxone (Narcan). This medication is used to help individuals recover from opioid use disorder (OUD).

One part of Suboxone (buprenorphine) reduces withdrawal symptoms and cravings without producing the full effect of other opioids. The second part (naloxone) can be used to reverse overdose from opiods, and is included in suboxone to help discourage intentional misuse of buprenorphine.

Side effects are uncommon, but they can include headache, constipation, trouble sleeping, ankle swelling, trouble urinating and rarely, liver irritation. Pregnant women should not take Suboxone/buprenorphine.

Suboxone/buprenorphine is very safe with a low risk of overdose.

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Our patients at Synergy Wellness are also encouraged to combine the treatment we provide with other forms of therapy, such as counseling, in order to ensure long-term recovery.

Visit our Suboxone Clinic in Huntsville Alabama

The path to recovery starts with a simple call to our friendly and caring Suboxone Clinic in Huntsville Alabama. Our Suboxone doctors are experienced with providing medication assisted treatment to reduce the withdrawal symptoms associated with opioid use disorder.