Whether this is a first attempt at kicking an opioid addiction, or one of many, there's help for you at the Long Island Compassionate Medical Center in Holbrook. Find out about Medication-Assisted Treatment with Suboxone; it works fast-helping people return to productive lives. Call 631.588.4888.
Help for Opioid
Addiction is Available
NOW in Holbrook,
The number of families impacted by prescription opioid
addiction grows exponentially, every year.
MAT with prescription
Suboxone is the Gold
Standard in opioid addiction
" Medication Assisted Treatment with Suboxone, is a ground-
breaking treatment used to battle opioid use disorder once and for
all," said Dr. Chaudhry.
Help for Opioid Addiction is Available
NOW. Safe, effective treatment with
FDA-approved medications is available
and only one phone call away! Call
631.588.4888 and learn more today.
Why is Now a Good Time to Find Out About MAT? Many people
are hesitant to seek help for their opioid use disorder because
they feel embarrassed to admit they have a problem.
While COVID-19 continues to take center
stage in world health news and we scramble
to control the spread, another global
epidemic rages on -- continuing to destroy
lives in its wake. This other global health
crisis is addiction to opioid painkillers.
Chaudhry and his staff offer: Proven Gold Standard in Opioid Addiction Treatment Accessibility of care
in a welcoming, non-judgmental private setting Telehealth-an invaluable option during the pandemic In-
house pharmacy, for privacy and convenience Most insurances accepted! What is Medication Assist
Contact the Long Island Compassionate Medical
Center now and make an appointment to discuss MAT
(Medication-Assisted Treatment) with Dr. Jahan
Chaudhry as soon as possible. You can get clean and
sober in only a few days with our medication-assisted
recovery on Long Island! Phone: 631.588.4888
Chaudhry maintains MAT with FDA-approved medications Suboxone or
Zubsolv in conjunction with behavior modification treatment and
counseling, is incredibly effective in helping addicts get out from under the
hold of opioids.
Many people are hesitant to seek help for their
opioid use disorder because they feel
embarrassed to admit they have a problem. Also,
not all doctors are licensed to prescribe MAT, nor
do they have the knowledge, traini