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CHEN STILL 4 ResizedThe Coleman Institute announced today the addition of Dr. Daniel S. Chen to The Coleman Institute network. Operating in Dallas, TX, Dr. Chen will be offering a full range of treatment services including Accelerated Opioid Detox, outpatient alcohol detox, Naltrexone therapy and long-term care planning to those seeking recovery in the North Texas area. Read The Full Article Here.
LOCKETZ STILL 1 ResizedThe Coleman Institute, a leader in opioid addiction treatment specializing in detoxification, announced today the addition of an affiliate in Minneapolis-St. Paul, MN, Dr. Adam Locketz. Dr. Locketz will be offering a full range of treatment services including accelerated detox, Naltrexone therapy and aftercare planning through his Timewise Medical practice in the twin cities. Read The Full Article Here.
dr klim pr The Coleman Institute announced today its newest affiliate, Peter Klim, DO, MS in the Indianapolis, Indiana area. The Coleman Institute is a leader in the field of opioid use disorder treatment, and is proud to welcome Dr. Klim to the team of experienced addiction treatment professionals. Dr. Klim and his team will offer a full range of treatment services including Accelerated Opiate Detox, Naltrexone therapy and long-term care planning to those seeking to recovery in the Indianapolis area. Read The Full Article Here.
headshot dr. moore 302 x 219The Coleman Institute announced today its partnership with Dr. Nathan Moore of Denver, CO. A nationally recognized leader in opioid addiction treatment, The Coleman Institute is proud to have Dr. Moore join their team of experienced addiction treatment professionals. As a new affiliated medical practice, Dr. Moore and his team will offer a full range of treatment services including Accelerated Opiate Detox, Naltrexone therapy and long-term care planning. Read The Full Article Here.
Drug NeedleIf you’ve ever undergone surgery and had anesthesia, chances are you might have taken fentanyl — a narcotic analgesic that when combined with a sleep agent, helps your body survive the trauma of being opened up. But fentanyl has a deadly side. It’s largely considered the worst of the worst of addictive opioids that are part of a crisis that’s killing Americans nationwide. Read The Southside Daily Article Here.