Advanced Rapid Detox Protocol

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Dr. Thomas Yee, MD Says:


As an anesthesiologist with 20 years of experience, certified by the American Board of Anesthesiology, I and my colleagues have developed advanced opiate addiction stoppage protocol where patients would go under anesthesia for 8 hours while receiving anti-narcotic medications intravenously and intramuscularly. When they wake up, the physical addiction is eliminated without the patients feeling any withdrawal, and they cannot relapse for the next 30 days. Before 30 days are up, they just need a monthly injection of long-lasting opiate blocker, approved by FDA, brand-named Vivitrol. Please view our website, www.rapiddetoxlasvegas.com or call me, Dr. Thomas Yee, MD, at (800) 276-7021. We would like to introduce this treatment to more opiate addicts to help them quit and stay clean for long term.



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Roy Says:

Dr. Yee, thank you for sharing this information. Are the treatments offered typically covered in whole or in part by insurance? If not, what would you recommend to patients who can not afford to pay for the service in full?

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Dr. Thomas Yee, MD Says:

A few medical loan companies finance the treatment. One of them is M Lending at 888-474-6231. At $13,000, for 3-4 days of care under our management, the price is very competitive.

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judy Says:

I would like to find a less expensive rapid detox in Southern California. While I'm sure the price is competitve it doesn't fit in my budget. Any suggestions?

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