Other Opiates We Treat
Our rapid opiate detox procedure has been specifically designed to help you safely withdraw while you’re under sedation which will help reduce your dependency on any opiate based painkiller or substance. The list below includes the most common opiates that are given as painkillers and then subsequently abused — We can help you break your addiction to any of these drugs.
This list is by no means comprehensive — whatever the opiate you find yourself struggling to break-free from, we are here to help. If you have any questions, please simply Contact Us or call (800) 603-1813 to discuss how we may help you end your addiction and provide you with the tools to get a fresh start.
- Actiq Addiction
- Actiq – like Duragesic and Fentora – is a brand name of the opiate Fentanyl. This is a quick-working painkiller with effects that last up to two hours. It is also abused as a recreational drug, mixed with heroin or cocaine.
- Codeine Addiction
- Codeine is a very common opiate that is used to treat mild to moderate degrees of pain. It is also often administered as cough medicine.
- Demerol Addiction
- Demerol is the most common trade name of the opiate known as pethidine or meperidine. It is prescribed as a pain killer for moderate to severe levels of pain. Demerol was once thought to be non-addictive, but that has been proven to be untrue.
- Dilaudid Addiction
- Dilaudid is one of the most common trade names of the opiate hydromorphone, or dihydromorphinone. It is a slow-acting pain killer derived from morphine that is used to treat moderate levels of pain.
- Duragesic Addiction
- Duragesic – like Fentora and Actqi – is one brandname of the opiate fentanyl. This opiate works quickly and quells pain for up to two hours. It is often also abused as a recreational drug.
- Fentanyl Addiction
- Fentanyl is an opiate that is prescribed under brandnames such as Actiq, Duragesic and Fentora. It is used as a painkiller for moderate to severe levels of pain. It is often sold illegally as a recreational drug.
- Heroin Addiction
- Heroin is the most well-known opiate with the poorest reputation, which is well-deserved. Heroin is a concentrated form of morphine and is highly addictive. It is also the most dangerous opiate there is – overdosing on heroin can stop your breathing and is typically fatal.
- Hydrocodone Addiction
- Hydrocodone is a codeine-based opiate that is prescribed under brand names such as Vicodin and Norco. It is used to treat moderate to severe levels of pain and can also be used as a cough suppressant.
- Isotonitazene Addiction
- Isotonitazene (Iso or Zaza) is a synthetic version of etonitazene, an opioid first reported in 1957 but not approved for medical use because it is highly addictive and very dangerous. Iso appears to be slightly more potent than fentanyl, which itself is as much as 100 times more powerful than morphine.
- Kratom Addiction
- Kratom is being used for withdrawal from heroin, morphine, and other opioid drugs, as well as cough, depression, anxiety, and many other conditions, but there is no good scientific evidence to support these uses.
- Lorcet Addiction
- Lorcet is one of the trade names of the opiate known as hydrocodone. This opiate is also prescribed under brand names Vicodin and Norco. It’s used both as a painkiller (for moderate to severe levels of pain) and to treat coughs.
- Methadone Addiction
- Methadone is an opiate that is prescribed under brand names such as Dolophine and Methadose. It is used both as a painkiller, and to treat people who are withdrawing from stronger and more deadly opiates, such as heroin.
- Morphine Addiction
- Morphine is, aside from heroin, the most well-known opiate. It is a very commonly used painkiller, and is given to people with severe pain, such as those recovering from surgery.
- MS Contin Addiction
- MS Contin is a slow-release opiate that is derived from morphine. It’s a painkiller that’s designed to work by extending the painkiller effects of morphine over a longer period of time.
- Norco Addiction
- Norci is the brand name of a combination of the opiate hydrocodone and the synthetic painkiller paracetamol. It is prescribed in cases where the patient is experiencing moderate to severe levels of pain.
- Opana Addiction
- Opana is one brand name of the opiate oxymorphone. Some other common brand names include Numorpha and Numorphone. It’s a quick acting painkiller with effects that can last up to twelve hours.
- Oxycodone Addiction
- Oxycodone is an opiate that is sold under numerous brand names, of which Percocet and OxyContin are the most common. It is a painkiller that is used to treat moderate to severe levels of pain.
- OxyContin Addiction
- OxyContin is one brand name that is associated with the opiate oxycodone. Other common brand names include Percocet. This is a painkiller that’s more powerful than morphine.
- Percocet Addiction
- Percocet is one of the more common brand names that is associated with the opiate oxycodone. This highly-addictive, painkilling opiate is also prescribed under the brand name OxyContin.
- Percodan Addiction
- Percodan is the brand name of a formulation that combines the painkilling opiate oxycodone, hydrochloride and the synthetic painkiller aspirin. It is used for moderate to severe levels of pain.
- Roxicet Addiction
- Roxicet is one of the most well-known brand names of a common formulation of the opiate oxycodone and the synthetic painkiller paracetamol. It is also prescribed as Depaigos, Endocet, Percocet and Tylox.
- Roxycodone Addiction
- Roxycodone is another brand name of the opiate oxycodone. It is used for moderate to severe levels of pain. Other common brand names include Percocet and OxyContin.
- Suboxone Addiction
- Suboxone is the most common brand name of the opiate-based painkiller buprenorphine. It’s a long-lasting painkiller – effects can last up to twenty-four hours – but is highly addictive.
- Tianeptine Addiction
- Tianeptine (aka, Stablon, Coaxil, and Tatinol) has been prescribed for treatment of depression and anxiety in other countries. Tianeptine is not currently FDA-approved for use in the United States, but is readily available online or over the counter as a dietary supplement.
- Tramadol Addiction
- Tramadol is an opiate that is prescribed under brand names such as Ultram and Zytram. It is used as a painkiller to treat moderate to severe levels of pain. It acts fast, but is also very difficult to withdraw from.
- Ultram Addiction
- Ultram is one of the most common brand names of the opiate known as tramadol. It is used to treat a number of pain-related conditions, and can also be used to treat depression, anxiety and obsessive compulsive disorder.
- Vicodin Addiction
- Vicodin is a painkilling medicine that is a combination of the synthetic substance acetaminophen (also known as paracetamol) and the opiate hydrocodone bitartrate. It is a commonly-prescribed painkiller in the United States.
- Vicoprofen Addiction
- Vicoprofen is a painkiller that is a combination of the opiate hydrocodone bitartrate and the anti-inflammatory agent ibuprofen. It’s a painkiller that has a number of side effects including severe withdrawal complications.
Now for some Good News!
There is a safe way that you can get your life back from the day-to-day burden of addiction or dependence on opiates. Most patients say we saved their lives. We save lives through our advanced rapid opiate detoxification procedure. Our experienced medical professionals are available to give you all the help you need to get your life back on track. Now it’s up to you. We’re here to listen, help, and answer your questions.
Our Long-Term Detox Related Aftercare through your treating physician is one of the advantages of choosing Advanced Rapid Detox. Our board-certified doctors are available to answer any of your questions. Upon discharge, our Vivitrol® coordinator will supply you with a list of providers in your area to obtain the injection every 28 days. Vivitrol® blocks all opiates to the brain’s receptors. The Vivitrol® injections are a critical component to help ensure your sobriety. One of our patients recently said that Vivitrol® was like his “life insurance policy.” We agree. It’s that important.
We Applaud Your Courage. You can Do This!
If you are ready to get your life back and want to begin detoxing from opiates, there is no better time to start. Make the call now. We’re here to help you. We have many past patients who are willing to share their experiences with our rapid opiate detox treatment. If you would like to speak with a past patient, please let us know. You’re not alone. You can do this. Be sure to check out the opiate detox testimonials to read what other patients have to say. We’re only a phone call away.