Tramadol / Ultram Addiction
Ultram is the brand name for Tramadol and is an opiate analgesic for the management of moderate to severe pain that persists around the clock. People who take Ultram for a legitimate condition never set out to become dependent on it. It can happen quickly once a tolerance develops. This is when a patient takes a medication over a period of time and it builds up in the system. This can render the medication useless, diminishing its effects. Some people may escalate their use at this point in an effort to chase pain relief. Doing this without first talking to a physician is very dangerous. Doctors who are aware that a tolerance is developing can explore other pain management options. But once it’s too late, and people take Ultram in increasing doses, dependence is a likelihood.
Ultram dependence requires skilled and professional detox from addiction specialists who can manage an otherwise painful withdrawal. Strong drug cravings can be one symptom of withdrawal that accompanies Ultram detox. Others can include nausea, vomiting, diarrhea, agitation, restlessness, insomnia, cold sweats and in serious cases, possible seizures. Some programs try to manage withdrawal by substituting the opiate medications with other, less potent opiates, often referred to as “replacements.” These can include methadone and Suboxone. Waismann Method’s detox program never uses medication that can cause a second dependency in an attempt to wean patients off opiates. Our effectiveness at managing, even eliminating, the withdrawal process is one of our program’s cornerstones.
Tramadol withdrawals can be difficult in terms of symptoms if not treated by medical professionals. Patients who quit Tramadol/ Ultram can experience withdrawal symptoms that include:
- Trouble sleeping
- Breathing problems
In recent years, the use and abuse of prescription opiates has increased dramatically. This has had an obvious impact on the number of people seeking detox. A major center for opioid dependency, treatment and detoxification, we offer a variety of programs from rapid opiate detoxification under sedation, to medically assisted detoxification and other forms of treatment. We have helped thousands of people from around the world recover from this serious problem. We treat Tramadol dependence safely and quickly as part of our renowned opiate treatment program.
We also know that patients have suffered enough. That’s why we never blame or judge our patients for their dependence. We know most people who become opiate dependent didn’t intend for this to happen. Our success and safety rates are unparalleled in the field and our reputation has endured over the last decade.
The Waismann Method® medical Ultram / Tramadol detoxification treatment usually requires 5 to 7 days. The cost and length of stay is based on the patient’s medical and dependency history, what medical detox option the patient will select and the assessment by the medical staff prior to admission. Patients are usually in the hospital for one to three days, with the remainder of the time at the Domus Retreat (www.domusretreat.com), where we work with the emotional health of our patients, while the staff supervises the physical transition. Opiate dependency causes numerous changes in brain chemistry and organ functions, so after the procedure it is paramount that patients are monitored properly for at least a few days in order to regulate basic functions and prevent medical complications.
We have additional aftercare treatment options for our patients. These options allow us additional time to aid patients through psychological and physical issues. In addition, it gives patients a chance to regain their physical and mental strength with the supervision and assistance of our staff and therapists. At the Domus Retreat, we have the opportunity to assess the root of the cause of dependency, such as misdiagnosed depression, anxiety, trauma, chronic pain, social issues and much more.
In order to ensure the best aftercare treatment possible, The Waismann Method® combined with Domus Retreat is a cutting-edge approach that creates an individual, customized aftercare program specific to each patient’s unique needs. This gives our staff an opportunity to truly get to know the patients and make an educated assessment about their needs, what they are comfortable with, and what type of aftercare will give them the greatest chances for success and avoiding relapse.
- Our treatment allows most patients to return to a productive life in a matter of days and eliminates the need to spend months in hospitals or rehab programs.
- Traditional drug rehab treatment methods for Tramadol/Ultram addiction, such as talk therapy along with medicinal treatment to lessen the pain of withdrawal – often have less than 10% success rates after the first year due to its powerful, physically addictive properties.
- Our treatment has the highest success rate in the field of opiate dependency in the last decade. After one year, over 70% of our patients do not go back to using Ultram/ Tramadol. Our tramadol detoxification treatment allows most patients to return to a productive life within a matter of days and eliminates the need for them to spend months in hospitals or rehab programs.
- Our treatment for Tramadol dependence addresses addiction as a physical disease that can be overcome with advanced medical techniques.
- The Tramadol detox treatment is performed in a full service hospital under the strict supervision of one of our medical directors. Patients are followed every step of the way from admission to discharge.
- Highest success rate and unparalleled safety protocol of any detox centers in the country.
- Thousands of patients treated in the last 17 years.
When looking for a Tramadol detox program, patients should make sure the treatment is provided in a safe, secure and compassionate environment.
Waismann Method medical group is proud to say that we have the highest success rate of any other Tramadol detox facility. Our treatment allows most patients to return to a productive life in a matter of days and eliminates the need to spend months in hospitals or rehab programs.
“Imagine concentrating the worst parts of your drug withdrawal into a day. Now imagine that there’s a procedure that allows you to skip the experience. Then imagine being cared for as you prepare to be reintegrated into your life in the condition you’ve been waiting for.”
— Tramadol Treatment Patient