Knoxville Suboxone Clinic, Suboxone Doctor and Knoxville TN Buprenorphine Doctors


If you or someone you know is dependent on opiates like prescription pain killers, methadone or heroin, Suboxone can help you in the detoxification process.


Suboxone contains Buprenorphine which helps mitigate (lessen) the painful withdrawal symptoms from stopping the long-term use of opiates.


What's "Buprenorphine"?


In October 2002, the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) approved buprenorphine product  Suboxone®, a buprenorphine/naloxone combination for use in opioid addiction treatment.


Suboxone reduces potential for abuse and Naloxone (which counteracts opiates) was added to Suboxone to stop addicts from grinding it up if they relapse and need to abuse drugs again.


Suboxone® is currently the only Schedule III, IV, or V medications to have received FDA approval for detoxification from opiates.


Easing Withdrawal Symptoms


Buprenorphine is an opioid partial agonist.  In other words, although buprenorphine IS an opioid—and can produce side effects like euphoria and respiratory depression—its strongest possible effect is still less than a "full agonist" like heroin or methadone.



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If it's time for you to get help with an addiction and you need to consult with a Doctor who is authorized to prescribe Suboxone, call our Knoxville, TN drug treatment hotline at (865) 249-6214 or complete the contact form above.

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