NBRC’s Integrative Detox Programs combine mainstream medical and Complementary Alternative Medicine (CAM) therapies. The CAM therapies utilized at NBRC have proven scientific evidence of safety and effectiveness. Our Integrative Detox Program patients enjoy an accelerated healing and restoration of the brain’s neurotransmitter sites damaged by addiction. This in turn results in a significant reduction in acute and post acute withdrawal symptoms typically associated with the detox and recovery process. In fact, people in our Integrative Detox Programs report that they experience fewer symptoms, lesser severity, faster recovery, and a significantly shorter detoxification phase.
|The NBRC’s proprietary Restore Neurotransmitter Restoration Program™ is an intravenous (IV) and Oral Supplement Amino Acid, Vitamin, and Mineral repletion Program. This program provides a quicker and more thorough restoration of nutritional and neurotransmitter function to help alleviate many of the symptoms of drug or alcohol withdrawal, and restore deficient nutritional conditions that typically come with substance dependencies, and shorten the detoxification phase. Click here for more info.
The Principles of Integrative Medical Addiction Treatment:
- A partnership between patient and practitioner in the healing process
- Appropriate use of conventional and alternative methods to facilitate the body’s innate healing response
- Consideration of all factors that influence health, wellness and disease, including mind, spirit and community as well as body
- A philosophy that neither rejects conventional medicine nor accepts alternative therapies uncritically
- Recognition that good medicine should be based in good science, be inquiry driven, and be open to new paradigms
- Use of natural, effective, less-invasive interventions whenever possible
- Use of the broader concepts of promotion of health and the prevention of illness as well as the medical addiction treatment of disease
- Training of practitioners to be models of health and healing, committed to the process of self-exploration and self-development