SAN ANTONIO--(BUSINESS WIRE)--NuHope today announced a new outpatient clinic, giving patients the freedom to recover at home while combining medical care, physical rehabilitation, counseling, and the reduction of their dependence on opiates under the supervision of a physician. The multi-disciplinary team works seamlessly under one roof to get patients off their drugs and be functional in their communities free from the dependence of harmful medications.
Anyone can detoxify a patient off of pain medications, but very few can provide long-term recovery. NuHope reduces the withdrawal symptoms and manages the patient's narcotics under the close supervision of a medical team. What makes NuHope different, is that it treats the whole person, including the physical, mental and biological factors that impact their ability to recover. The focus is on providing care to the multitude of needs to these complex patients in one setting that is minimally disruptive to their current life.
“Recover where you are and get back to being you is the heart of what we do,” says CEO Dan Berish. “Our outpatient treatment program is designed to give patients the freedom to recover at home while combining medical care, physical rehabilitation, counseling and reducing dependency on pain medications in a way that is responsible. Having a relaxing and healing atmosphere allows patients to ease into their recovery routine, as they learn to adapt to a life without narcotics.” NuHope provides various appointment times to accommodate work, school or busy schedules, and our professional staff is available to answer calls and help 24 hours a day, seven days a week.
Founded in 2018, NuHope is San Antonio’s new opiate only treatment center. Our outpatient clinic gives our patients the freedom to recover at home while combining medical care, physical rehabilitation, counseling, and responsibly reducing their dependence on opiates. It is important to us to that our patients are recovering as soon as possible with the support, expertise, care, and compassion of NuHope, experiencing a lifetime of freedom from the abuse of pain medications.