A detox is always the first step in any addiction treatment program. It helps the patient become physically clean and sober and prepare mentally and emotionally for the future steps in the addiction treatment program.
Medical detox at Tallassee Community Hospital is the best option for people suffering from addiction to alcohol or other substances because: It’s the safest way to detox. Medical detox is done in a facility under the supervision of medical staff. Detoxing on your own or at home is not safe and can be deadly. Detoxing under medical supervision ensures that you will be as comfortable as possible. You will be given detox medications to help with any withdrawal symptoms you experience. Medical detox is usually done on an inpatient basis. This means you will be staying at the facility until the detox is complete.
Increased success rates:
Medical detoxification at Tallassee Community Hospital offers a much higher chance of success than detoxing without medical assistance. This is because our team of professionals will help you through the entire withdrawal process, ensuring that you are as comfortable as possible and that you do not experience any life-threatening symptoms.
A safe and clean environment:
When you come to medical detox in Tallassee Community Hospital, you will be in a safe, clean, and comfortable environment. Our team of professionals will make sure that you are as comfortable as possible during your stay and that you have everything you need to make a successful recovery.
Detoxing is the first step on your journey to recovery. It’s important to get through detox so you can start working on your recovery goals. If you or a loved one are struggling with addiction Tallassee Community Hospital offers a variety of addiction treatment services, including medical detox. Contact us today to learn more about our programs and how we can help you or your loved one start on the road to recovery. The physical examination will help our team to understand your medical history and your current health. This information is important because it will help our team to determine what kind of care you will need during the detoxification process.