Prescription Drug Detox and Withdrawal

Drug dependency and drug rehab do not equate to a “weakness” that is difficult for the active, high achieving person to overcome.
Some of those who abuse prescription painkillers are able to overcome their addictions through counseling, participation in 12-step support groups, outpatient programs or day treatment – but more severe cases may merit a stay in a detox and residential facility such as Malibu Recovery Center.

In addition to traditional drug rehab efforts, which address a wide range of substance abuse disorders, there are facilities designed specifically for individuals who are suffering from chronic pain and related dependencies.

One such facility can be found at Malibu Recovery Center. Located in Malibu, California, Malibu Recovery Center is dedicated to assisting individuals in their efforts to live drug-free and pain-free lives.

Insight and awareness are important parts of Malibu Recovery Center’s program. This also applies to your chronic pain problems.

If you suffer from chronic pain such as back pain, neck pain, TMJ, RSI, or other painful disorders, quite often a holistic program that emphasizes psychological insight is extremely effective. Redefining and understanding your pain as part of the entirety of your suffering can transform the pain into something you can control and ultimately solve.

Gaining control of the chronic pain can help you regain control of your life and transform your personal growth in remarkable directions.

Malibu Recovery Center is committed to providing an atmosphere that encourages compassion and recognizes the uniqueness of each individual. Assuring a safe and pleasant facility, we support programs facilitating client education and accomplished research.

Ancillary programs encompass the medical, physical, psychological, social and spiritual aspects of our residents so that they may address their chronic pain. Relieving chronic pain is a process. Receptors in the skin and other tissues send impulses through the nerves to the spinal cord. The impulses then travel to the brain. It is the brain, not at the point of injury, where the sensation of the chronic pain is registered. Chronic pain can sometimes be difficult to control or manage and can get in the way of relationships and daily activities. Medications help people control chronic pain but for many people, addiction takes over and medications are no longer effective.

Malibu Recovery Center offers assistance to residents in sorting through the issues that chronic pain can create. Our staff is trained to work with residents on relaxation techniques, coping skills and self-monitoring skills.

Malibu Recovery Center introduces compassionate care in a healing environment.