Aseda Suboxone and Wellness in Danvers, Massachusetts, specializes in helping people with opioid use disorder to live happy, fulfilling, and addiction-free lives. The team, led by Barbara D. Davis, FNP, is committed to offering the highest quality care, treating people with compassion and dignity, and appreciating patients’ individual and cultural preferences. The practice’s holistic, patient-centered approach is readily available, with same-day appointments and no waiting time.
In addition to their expertise in substance misuse, the highly skilled Aseda Suboxone and Wellness team offers outstanding treatment for adults 20 and over who are struggling with mental health conditions, such as attention deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), depression, and anxiety. People with challenging illnesses like schizophrenia, borderline personality disorder, and post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) can also benefit from the team’s experience. Group, individual, couples, and family therapy are all available.
To help people overcome opioid use disorder, the Aseda Suboxone and Wellness team uses medication-assisted treatment (MAT). MAT combines talk therapy with Suboxone®, which reduces the distressing effects of drug withdrawal.
The team ensures patients understand how vital therapy can be in overcoming addiction and works with other healthcare providers to ensure people on MAT can access all the resources they need. Therapy is available on-site and via telemedicine. Home induction is available for patient convenience, with on-call access for patients having urgent problems.
Aseda Suboxone and Wellness aims to be a gateway to recovery in the current opioid misuse epidemic. It provides comprehensive care of unparalleled quality, reflecting the team’s core values of responsiveness, respect, individuality, and their mission to improve each person’s overall well-being.
To learn more about benefiting from the outstanding services at Aseda Suboxone and Wellness, call the office today or book an in-person or telehealth appointment online.