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Written By Legacy Healing Center - Sep 14 2021
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Oxycodone is an opioid prescription drug that is often prescribed to relieve moderate to severe pain. It is sold under brand names like OxyContin, Roxicodone, and Oxaydo in tablets, capsules, and a solution to be taken orally. Oxycodone is an opioid agonist, meaning it attaches to the receptors in your brain and stops it from receiving pain messages. This process mimics the feeling of endorphins, giving the user a euphoric high. These drugs are highly addictive, and many people cannot stop using them without professional help. At Legacy Healing’s Oxycodone rehab center in Tampa, we have programs to help you detox and rehabilitate from your Oxycodone addiction. We can also help you work toward life and health goals.
Legacy Healing is the best oxycodone rehab center in Tampa. We offer 100% customized, integrated programming to each of our patients. We will get you through this challenging time with our combination of clinical care, behavioral therapy, educational programs, and more.
Signs you may be addicted to Oxycodone include:
Drug addiction can cause serious problems in your life and negatively affect your relationships, family, and health. You may have difficulty quitting Oxycodone, with some of the most common withdrawal symptoms including:
Although challenging, quitting Oxycodone may be the best possible thing you can do for yourself and your loved ones. At our Oxycodone rehab center in Tampa, we help you get through your withdrawal symptoms using our Medically Assisted Detox Program.
Oxycodone is a very addictive drug and detoxing from it should be taken very seriously, with the help of professionals. If you stop using Oxycodone on your own, your withdrawal symptoms may escalate to dangerous levels.
We have a Medically Assisted Detox program at our Oxycodone rehab center in Tampa that will get you through the detox process as smoothly as possible using prescription medications to keep you safe and comfortable and get rid of the worst of your withdrawal symptoms.
These medications are FDA-approved and will not create a new addiction. We will treat any co-occurring mental health conditions you may have at the same time, as well as offering counseling for additional support, and you will be able to rest and recover as the drugs leave your system.
Legacy Healing has short-and long-term inpatient rehab programs for people addicted to Oxycodone. In these programs, you will live inside our rehab clinic for a minimum of 30 days, and you will attend therapy, groups, educational programs, life-skills programs, and more while you work on your physical and mental health and get to the root of your addiction.
Detoxing and rehabilitating from Oxycodone is complex, and some people may require life-long recovery support for their addiction. We will ensure you have the connections to our sober alumni group as well as the clinical care you need for life if you want.
Our outpatient programs have been created to be flexible and customized to best benefit each of our patients on an individual level. You can tell us what you want, how much support you need, and we will help you meet your life goals and treat co-occurring conditions while supporting you as you remain sober.
Legacy Healing provides a flexible Intensive Outpatient Program that you can be a part of while still working or in school. In this program, we will work with you to create a program that will keep you connected with medical and psychiatric care and provide full access to groups and the ability to make therapy appointments that fit your life schedule.
We want anybody who needs it to have as much access to help as possible, and in our flexible outpatient care, you can control the intensity and frequency of care you receive. If you feel like you want to begin tapering down the amount of therapy and groups you are attending, we can help you with that, and if you think you need to have therapy or other treatments more often, we can do that too.
Through our multifaceted programming at our Oxycodone rehab center in Tampa, our emphasis is on treating the “whole person.” Our dual diagnosis treatments can help you find the underlying causes of your addiction, and you can rest, heal, and recover in a peaceful and welcoming environment.
Anybody who is thinking about quitting Oxycodone, or anybody with a friend or family member who wants to stop using Oxycodone can contact our Oxycodone rehab center in Tampa to learn more, ask questions, or get help figuring out what their next step should be. You can reach us at 888.534.2295 today.
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