At The Treatment Center, our passion is, simply, you. Our mission is to restore you and your families hope. We exist because we feel strongly about helping people overcome their drug or alcohol addictions in a safe, medically supervised and supportive environment. Our primary job is to help you get sober – and stay sober – restoring your hope in yourself and your future. The Treatment Center is different than other substance abuse treatment providers – we’re prepared to stand beside you every step of the way in your recovery process.
That’s why we offer a full range of services – all in one location – to ensure that your healing can proceed without disruption:
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Most dependencies to prescription medications begin from the initial injury or trauma resulting in narcotic pain management. Over time, you need more and more medication to control the pain until you realize that you have become dependent on your medication. Eventually, the pull of the medication takes over every aspect of your day to day life and your life is controlled by the drugs.
Physical dependency means that even if you want to stop taking the drug or drugs, it becomes extremely uncomfortable and sometimes dangerous, due to the withdrawal symptoms. The physical process of withdrawal is complex. The brain has responded to the presence of the pain medication by increasing the number of receptors for the drug. As a result, the nerve cells in the brain stop functioning normally. The body stops producing endorphins - the body's natural painkillers - because it is receiving opiates instead.
The degeneration of the nerve cells in the brain creates a physical dependency on an external opiate supply. Reducing or stopping the drugs leads to a painful series of physiological changes. This is withdrawal and it can mimic the original symptoms that started you on the painkillers or tranquilizers.
Wellington is a village in Palm Beach County, Florida, United States. As of 2006, the village had a population of 55,584 according to the U.S. Census Bureau. Wellington is part of the South Florida Metropolitan Statistical Area, which had a July 2006 estimated population of 5,463,857. The Treatment Center offers Drug Detox, Alcohol Detox, Drug Rehab, Alcohol Rehab, Dual Diagnosis and Pain Management treatments for Wellington, Florida patients. Please call immediately (561) 247-2843