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Started

Future Now Detox can help

If you or someone you love are ready to stop living life in the shadows, Future Now Detox can help. Addiction robs you of much of what makes life worth living. It can destroy relationships and careers, fracture marriages, and even end your life. Don’t spend another day trapped in the slow death that is addiction. You can survive, recover, and thrive!

NAD BR+ Therapy is a revolutionary way to tackle addiction. It repairs brain cells damaged by drug and alcohol addiction in just 10 days.

We know what you’re thinking. Ten days? That’s impossible. Yet addicts across the country even around the globe are walking away from 10 days of NAD BR+ Therapy with a new lease on life. Read through this guidebook to better understand NAD BR+ Therapy.

Admissions

The treatment journey begins with a phone call or email. We offer a comprehensive assessment that helps you determine the appropriate course of treatment for your needs.

From there, it’s a simple matter of signing up and joining our program. Our friendly admissions counselors can discuss your concerns with you, including financial aspects of treatment.

Admissions

What to
Bring

What to Bring
  • comfortable clothing
  • a few pairs of shoes
  • exercise shoes and clothes
  • pajamas
  • one-piece bathing suit
  • sweater or jacket for cooler weather
  • slippers and robe
  • towel
  • sunglasses
  • sunscreen
  • alarm clock
  • family photo or other sentimental item
  • prescription medication
  • driver’s license
  • insurance card
  • journal, book, or sketchbook
  • pencils and pens
  • pillow
  • toiletries
  • stamps, addresses, and loved ones’ phone numbers

What to
Leave at Home

What to Leave at Home
  • computer
  • cell phone
  • tablet
  • TV and other electronic gadgets
  • food and drink
  • mouthwash containing alcohol
  • addictive substances and nonprescription drugs
  • cigars and chewing tobacco
  • magazines
  • video games
  • ipods/MP3 players
  • aerosol sprays
  • alcohol, including toiletries containing alcohol
  • pets
  • candles
  • weapons such as knives and guns
  • expensive jewelry
  • large sums of cash
  • clothing that does not promote recovery, such as clothes that promote drugs or alcohol or clothing that is very revealing

Intervention

Addiction doesn’t just affect the lives of people addicted to alcohol and drugs. It destroys relationships, wrecks workplaces, and undermines careers.

If you love an addict, it’s easy to feel hopeless and angry. You are not alone. Many people have been there. Know that there is light at the end of this very dark tunnel.

Intervention

People who misuse substances cannot be forced into sobriety. Sobriety has to be a choice. But some addicts can be gently coaxed into sobriety through an intervention. During an intervention, people who love the addict share how the addiction has affected them, then urge the addict to seek treatment. They also outline the consequences they will enact if the addict they love refuses to seek the treatment they need.

The key to an intervention is love. You lovingly spell out why the person you love needs treatment, and then make clear the consequences if they decline treatment. The goal here is to make seeking treatment the obvious, easy option. Most addicts want to get better. They just don’t know how. If you’re considering an intervention, call us. We can help you decide the most effective strategies for helping the addict you love.

Brain Restoration
/ NAD+

Addiction is a disease of the brain and body. To someone enslaved to drugs and alcohol, nothing feels more natural than using alcohol and drugs. Yet addiction is anything but natural. Your brain wants to be healthy. Believe it or not, you can feel great without addictive substances.

Our Brain Restoration/NAD+ (BR+) treatment restores your brain to its natural, healthy state. This reduces feelings of depression and anxiety, makes the process of detox more manageable, and reduces or eliminates your craving.

Brain Restoration

People struggling with substance abuse have long sought a medication or magic bullet. No drug can get you off drugs. But BR+ comes close. It’s medical treatment that really works. The secret is NAD, a coenzyme found in every cell in the body. People with health problems, addicts, and those under stress have low levels of NAD. This makes it hard for the body’s cells to fulfill their purpose and engage in a variety of reactions. By restoring the brain and body to full health, our BR+ intravenous treatments offer you a jump start on the road to recovery

Addiction is an aggressive disease that requires comprehensive, holistic, aggressive treatment. BR+ is a powerful tool in the arsenal. Combined with excellent nutrition and amino acids in our proprietary BR+ solution, we are confident that our cutting-edge treatment can restore you to health, wellness, and happiness. You deserve it. Life doesn’t have to be so hard.

FAQs

Addiction is, first and foremost, not a moral failure. It’s not your fault. Just like kidney disease or diabetes, it is a chronic relapsing disorder that requires comprehensive intervention. This is not just an opinion. The National Institute on Drug Abuse, National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism, and SAMHSA’s Center for Substance Abuse Prevention and Center for Substance Abuse Treatment all agree that addiction is a disease, not a personal failing.

Addiction changes the way the body and brain respond to addictive substances and behaviors. People with addictions experience chronic, recurring, intense cravings. If they don’t satisfy these cravings, they may experience physical pain, intense mood swings, dysfunctional behavior, depression, and even thoughts of suicide.

As a result, most addicts experience intense disruptions to their lives. Their attempts to satisfy their cravings can alienate the people they love the most. Drugs and addictive behavior may compromise an addicted person’s judgment, and even cause them to abuse or endanger others.

People become addicted for many reasons. Some are addicted to drugs used to manage conditions such as chronic pain. Others use addiction to numb feelings of depression, hopelessness, and worthlessness. No addict sets out to become addicted. Once the cycle of addiction begins, however, it almost always requires professional help to disrupt.

Addiction is a self-feeding cycle. The process of addiction changes brain function, depletes neurotransmitters, and alters neurons. As this damage occurs, an addict uses drugs and alcohol to cope with the painful effects. Steady changes in the brain and body render an addiction victim more and more dependent on substances. Because people with addiction associate substances with comfort and relief, they tend to continually consume more and more alcohol and drugs to dull the pain that addiction causes.

No one is immune to the disease of addiction. Lifestyle problems, trauma, mental health conditions, and many other factors can make people vulnerable to addiction. However, according to at least one study, certain genetic anomalies can make people more vulnerable to addiction.

A gene known as D2 is located on chromosome 11. This gene manages dopamine, a neurotransmitter linked to emotions, movement, pleasure, motivation, and reward. This important neurotransmitter essentially tells the brain how to feel.

D2 has two versions: A1 and A2. A1 is found in around 25% of the population, while A2 is found in the other 75%. In one study, 52% of the sample of cocaine addicts they observed had A1, while 21% had A2. This points to a genetic component to addiction and suggests that A1 greatly increases the risk of addiction. A1 has also been associated with obsessive-compulsive behaviors. Genetic testing can help you determine which form of the gene you have. Knowing your genetic legacy can help us tailor aftercare to your needs. No matter which form of the gene you have, however, and no matter why you are an addict, the right treatment program can help you recover and thrive.

Future Now Detox is West Palm Beach’s premier provider of a world-class treatment called Brain Restoration Plus, or BR+. Built upon Nicotinamide Adenine Dinucleotide (NAD), a natural coenzyme occurring in the body, BR+ is sometimes called NAD/BR+ or BR+/NAD. It is the cornerstone of our methodology.

NAD is naturally occurring in every cell of the human body. It reacts with oxygen to provide cells with energy. It also is a coenzyme for many nutrients, including many amino acids and vitamin B3.

Low levels of NAD make people more vulnerable to addiction. Stress and addiction may also further deplete NAD. This makes people even more susceptible to stress, depression, illness, loss of appetite, and other woes. This increases their vulnerability to addiction, since many people cope with this pain by consuming even more addictive substances.

BR+ restores the body to health by ensuring the body’s cells have adequate levels of NAD. NAD supports the brain during the challenging period of detox, allowing the brain to function efficiently and effectively. This can reduce the intensity of withdrawal and alleviate symptoms of depression, anxiety, and other symptoms associated with detox.

Because of the unique ability of NAD to rapidly restore brain health, many people in recovery report an immediate decline in cravings. Some experience no cravings at all.

BR+ treatment is administered intravenously. This means that it enters the body through a small needle inserted into the vein. This ensures that it can quickly travel to the cells, providing optimal results.

Yes, it is. The intravenous solutions used in BR+ are made by Archway Apothecary, which is a United States-licensed pharmacy. It is a Class 100 sterile compounding pharmacy which is ISO-certified as Class7/5 Clean Room.

The substance itself injected into the veins is also 100% pure. BR+ occurs under the watchful supervision of a medical doctor and medically trained support team. Because it involves a substance that already occurs in the body, it’s safe even for people with allergies or other common maladies. Almost everyone can try BR+.

The BR+ treatment takes around 10 days to complete. The treatment focuses on detoxifying the body from the addictive substance while restoring brain health.

Before treatment can begin, patients undergo a physical examination and complete medical history. A doctor will then work with them to assess their needs and treatment goals. A physician also analyzes the tolerance to various substances, and the degree of detox needed. This is standard procedure so that we can give the best and most effective dose for a full recovery.

For 10 days, a nurse will maintain an IV line in the patient’s hand or arm, while monitoring the infusion of BR+/NAD. The patient can freely eat, watch TV, read, or lounge in a chair and doze. The IV infusion is painless. However, some patients experience minor stinging with the needle insertion. Most people tolerate treatments without discomfort or side effects.

If you’re the exception to the rule, our caring nurses are ready to help. The nurse will adjust the flow rate of the treatment based on any side effects you may experience. Although side effects are typically minimal, your nurse will work with you to devise a treatment plan that maximizes your comfort.

After eight days, patients can already feel a shift away from addiction. They will experience mental clarity and almost no desire to take in addictive substances. Even so, this treatment only focuses on the physiological effects of taking in addictive substances. Psychological services are recommended to address the myriad other aspects of addiction. The combination of holistically focused medical and psychological treatment has been shown to provide the best outcome for patients.

Yes, BR+ can address multiple addictions simultaneously, provided that they are addictions to illicit substances and alcohol. Illicit substances include prescription drugs, cocaine, methadone, Suboxone, crystal meth, heroin and other recreational drugs.

Typically, there are no other medications given during the detoxifying stage, as BR+ is sufficient to address the underlying addiction. By avoiding other drugs, the body is better able to cleanse itself of addictive substances. BR+ is a natural treatment, and as such, should not be mixed with artificial drugs. We ensure that all patients undergoing the treatment are only given what their body needs based on their medical history and present condition. In the event an additional medication is needed, our physician will provide additional treatment based on your individual needs.

BR+ treatment is not a cure, but merely a tool to help manage the physiological aspects of addiction. Addiction is a complex disease, with physiological, social, spiritual, and psychological components. BR+ restores brain health, thus decreasing cravings and resolving the physical drive to use drugs. It will not cure the other aspects of addiction. Instead, patients will need comprehensive treatment that addresses the entirety of their addictive circumstances.

Many patients are reluctant to have IV therapy. We understand. Phobias, negative prior experiences, and stress about treatment can make an IV seem scary. But BR+ supplements just don’t work as well. IV treatment delivers the NAD directly to the cells, producing more rapid recovery.

Over the counter NAD supplements are not as safe. These supplements are not tailored to your physical health and needs. Intravenous solutions, by contrast, are fully customized to heal your body effectively so you can quickly recover.

Moreover, our brand of NAD is rich in amino acids and other nutrients that can hasten the effects of BR+. This is not true of oral supplements.

We’ll work with you to answer questions, address any fears, and ensure treatment is as comfortable as possible. After all, the discomfort and agony of addiction will outlast the pain of any needle stick.

The goal of NAD/BR+ is to make the physiological aspects of addiction manageable so that the cravings for addictive substances are significantly decreased or absent. We never recommend that a patient use an addictive substance. If a patient finds that physiological cravings have returned, we recommend booster NAD therapy in scheduled intervals. We will tailor a plan that meets your needs. We will be with you to care for and support you on your journey to wellness.

When detox is over it is paramount for the person to immediately begin pursuing the lifetime of wellness that will help them remain sober. Quality addiction treatment includes a continuum of care that can sustain a lifetime of recovery. This might include residential longer term treatment now and local fellowships later, or intensive outpatient care that includes individualized therapy. There’s no single choice that will work for every person in recovery. We work with you to devise a treatment strategy that restores you to full health. Your life is in your own hands. We don’t control you. But we do urge you to find a sense of purpose and to embrace your unique reality.

Some important treatment protocols that can support recovery include:

\
  • Residential care, intensive outpatient, and small individualized programs.
  • Group, individual, and family psychotherapy.
  • Food and nutrition support programs.
  • Exercise and physical activity programs.

BR+ treatment has shown promise in treating neurological disorders. It has not, however, been extensively studied. We cannot say for sure whether it treats these disorders—though we do know that it is a low risk and generally safe alternative to other treatments.

First, schedule an appointment. An admissions counselor will explore your medical condition, current health, and risk factors. We may ask you to undergo blood work or a physical.

 

Treatment is administered at Future Now Detox Center. The usual length of treatment is between 8-10 days inpatient in our facility.

You can bring a book, a crossword puzzle, or notebook to journal. We can also provide you with one. We strive to avoid using any gadgets, because we want this to be a relaxing, cleansing, meditative time for you. You can always sit back and nap or meditate.

Absolutely. Therapy is indispensable to quality addiction treatment. We provide daily clinical interventions, including therapy such as family and individual counseling. Our group therapy offers additional support, and our psychodrama sessions help patients make better sense of their lives, so they can move beyond pain and trauma into healing and recovery.

We offer both auricular acupuncture and Vibroacoustic therapy. Auricular acupuncture is similar to traditional acupuncture, but does not use needles. Instead, it uses low-level laser light to focus on pressure points on the body, specifically, the ears. This service can help manage anxiety and stress, support a healthy weight, address insomnia and pain, and help with withdrawal.

The term Vibroacoustic therapy (VAT) was coined in the 1980s by the Norwegian therapist and educator Olav Skille. Research in Europe and throughout North America has shown that audio waves in the range of 30Hz-120Hz transmitted through the vibroacoustic device have a very positive effect on various systems of the body. An Estonian physician, Professor Saima Tamm, has said that VAT is “an adaptogenous therapy which has an effect to adapt itself to the needs of the patient. The body listens for signals which are needed in order to obtain full harmony, and start processes in the body which eventually will satisfy the signaled needs.”

We believe in the power of complementary healing modalities. We work with our patients to construct comprehensive, custom-tailored recovery solutions. Our other offerings include guided imagery, hypnosis, massage therapy, chiropractic care, nutritional support that includes probiotic therapy, and much more. We believe that each person we treat should be treated as a unique human being who matters. Let us show you what the right treatment package can do for you.

  • What is Addiction?

    Addiction is, first and foremost, not a moral failure. It’s not your fault. Just like kidney disease or diabetes, it is a chronic relapsing disorder that requires comprehensive intervention. This is not just an opinion. The National Institute on Drug Abuse, National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism, and SAMHSA’s Center for Substance Abuse Prevention and Center for Substance Abuse Treatment all agree that addiction is a disease, not a personal failing.

    Addiction changes the way the body and brain respond to addictive substances and behaviors. People with addictions experience chronic, recurring, intense cravings. If they don’t satisfy these cravings, they may experience physical pain, intense mood swings, dysfunctional behavior, depression, and even thoughts of suicide.

    As a result, most addicts experience intense disruptions to their lives. Their attempts to satisfy their cravings can alienate the people they love the most. Drugs and addictive behavior may compromise an addicted person’s judgment, and even cause them to abuse or endanger others.

    People become addicted for many reasons. Some are addicted to drugs used to manage conditions such as chronic pain. Others use addiction to numb feelings of depression, hopelessness, and worthlessness. No addict sets out to become addicted. Once the cycle of addiction begins, however, it almost always requires professional help to disrupt.

    Addiction is a self-feeding cycle. The process of addiction changes brain function, depletes neurotransmitters, and alters neurons. As this damage occurs, an addict uses drugs and alcohol to cope with the painful effects. Steady changes in the brain and body render an addiction victim more and more dependent on substances. Because people with addiction associate substances with comfort and relief, they tend to continually consume more and more alcohol and drugs to dull the pain that addiction causes.

  • Who Becomes Addicted?

    No one is immune to the disease of addiction. Lifestyle problems, trauma, mental health conditions, and many other factors can make people vulnerable to addiction. However, according to at least one study, certain genetic anomalies can make people more vulnerable to addiction.

    A gene known as D2 is located on chromosome 11. This gene manages dopamine, a neurotransmitter linked to emotions, movement, pleasure, motivation, and reward. This important neurotransmitter essentially tells the brain how to feel.

    D2 has two versions: A1 and A2. A1 is found in around 25% of the population, while A2 is found in the other 75%. In one study, 52% of the sample of cocaine addicts they observed had A1, while 21% had A2. This points to a genetic component to addiction and suggests that A1 greatly increases the risk of addiction. A1 has also been associated with obsessive-compulsive behaviors. Genetic testing can help you determine which form of the gene you have. Knowing your genetic legacy can help us tailor aftercare to your needs. No matter which form of the gene you have, however, and no matter why you are an addict, the right treatment program can help you recover and thrive.

  • How Do You Treat Addiction?

    Future Now Detox is West Palm Beach’s premier provider of a world-class treatment called Brain Restoration Plus, or BR+. Built upon Nicotinamide Adenine Dinucleotide (NAD), a natural coenzyme occurring in the body, BR+ is sometimes called NAD/BR+ or BR+/NAD. It is the cornerstone of our methodology.

    NAD is naturally occurring in every cell of the human body. It reacts with oxygen to provide cells with energy. It also is a coenzyme for many nutrients, including many amino acids and vitamin B3.

    Low levels of NAD make people more vulnerable to addiction. Stress and addiction may also further deplete NAD. This makes people even more susceptible to stress, depression, illness, loss of appetite, and other woes. This increases their vulnerability to addiction, since many people cope with this pain by consuming even more addictive substances.

    BR+ restores the body to health by ensuring the body’s cells have adequate levels of NAD. NAD supports the brain during the challenging period of detox, allowing the brain to function efficiently and effectively. This can reduce the intensity of withdrawal and alleviate symptoms of depression, anxiety, and other symptoms associated with detox.

    Because of the unique ability of NAD to rapidly restore brain health, many people in recovery report an immediate decline in cravings. Some experience no cravings at all.

    BR+ treatment is administered intravenously. This means that it enters the body through a small needle inserted into the vein. This ensures that it can quickly travel to the cells, providing optimal results.

  • Is BR+ Treatment Safe?

    Yes, it is. The intravenous solutions used in BR+ are made by Archway Apothecary, which is a United States-licensed pharmacy. It is a Class 100 sterile compounding pharmacy which is ISO-certified as Class7/5 Clean Room.

    The substance itself injected into the veins is also 100% pure. BR+ occurs under the watchful supervision of a medical doctor and medically trained support team. Because it involves a substance that already occurs in the body, it’s safe even for people with allergies or other common maladies. Almost everyone can try BR+.

  • How Does BR+ Treatment Work?

    The BR+ treatment takes around 10 days to complete. The treatment focuses on detoxifying the body from the addictive substance while restoring brain health.

    Before treatment can begin, patients undergo a physical examination and complete medical history. A doctor will then work with them to assess their needs and treatment goals. A physician also analyzes the tolerance to various substances, and the degree of detox needed. This is standard procedure so that we can give the best and most effective dose for a full recovery.

    For 10 days, a nurse will maintain an IV line in the patient’s hand or arm, while monitoring the infusion of BR+/NAD. The patient can freely eat, watch TV, read, or lounge in a chair and doze. The IV infusion is painless. However, some patients experience minor stinging with the needle insertion. Most people tolerate treatments without discomfort or side effects.

    If you’re the exception to the rule, our caring nurses are ready to help. The nurse will adjust the flow rate of the treatment based on any side effects you may experience. Although side effects are typically minimal, your nurse will work with you to devise a treatment plan that maximizes your comfort.

    After eight days, patients can already feel a shift away from addiction. They will experience mental clarity and almost no desire to take in addictive substances. Even so, this treatment only focuses on the physiological effects of taking in addictive substances. Psychological services are recommended to address the myriad other aspects of addiction. The combination of holistically focused medical and psychological treatment has been shown to provide the best outcome for patients.

  • Can BR+ Treat Multiple Chemical Dependencies?

    Yes, BR+ can address multiple addictions simultaneously, provided that they are addictions to illicit substances and alcohol. Illicit substances include prescription drugs, cocaine, methadone, Suboxone, crystal meth, heroin and other recreational drugs.

  • Are Other Medications Involved in Detox?

    Typically, there are no other medications given during the detoxifying stage, as BR+ is sufficient to address the underlying addiction. By avoiding other drugs, the body is better able to cleanse itself of addictive substances. BR+ is a natural treatment, and as such, should not be mixed with artificial drugs. We ensure that all patients undergoing the treatment are only given what their body needs based on their medical history and present condition. In the event an additional medication is needed, our physician will provide additional treatment based on your individual needs.

  • Does BR+ Cure Addiction?

    BR+ treatment is not a cure, but merely a tool to help manage the physiological aspects of addiction. Addiction is a complex disease, with physiological, social, spiritual, and psychological components. BR+ restores brain health, thus decreasing cravings and resolving the physical drive to use drugs. It will not cure the other aspects of addiction. Instead, patients will need comprehensive treatment that addresses the entirety of their addictive circumstances.

  • Why Does BR+ Need to Be Administered Intravenously? Can’t I Just Take Supplements?

    Many patients are reluctant to have IV therapy. We understand. Phobias, negative prior experiences, and stress about treatment can make an IV seem scary. But BR+ supplements just don’t work as well. IV treatment delivers the NAD directly to the cells, producing more rapid recovery.

    Over the counter NAD supplements are not as safe. These supplements are not tailored to your physical health and needs. Intravenous solutions, by contrast, are fully customized to heal your body effectively so you can quickly recover.

    Moreover, our brand of NAD is rich in amino acids and other nutrients that can hasten the effects of BR+. This is not true of oral supplements.

    We’ll work with you to answer questions, address any fears, and ensure treatment is as comfortable as possible. After all, the discomfort and agony of addiction will outlast the pain of any needle stick.

  • Can I Ever Use Addictive Substances Again?

    The goal of NAD/BR+ is to make the physiological aspects of addiction manageable so that the cravings for addictive substances are significantly decreased or absent. We never recommend that a patient use an addictive substance. If a patient finds that physiological cravings have returned, we recommend booster NAD therapy in scheduled intervals. We will tailor a plan that meets your needs. We will be with you to care for and support you on your journey to wellness.

  • What Happens After Treatment?

    When detox is over it is paramount for the person to immediately begin pursuing the lifetime of wellness that will help them remain sober. Quality addiction treatment includes a continuum of care that can sustain a lifetime of recovery. This might include residential longer term treatment now and local fellowships later, or intensive outpatient care that includes individualized therapy. There’s no single choice that will work for every person in recovery. We work with you to devise a treatment strategy that restores you to full health. Your life is in your own hands. We don’t control you. But we do urge you to find a sense of purpose and to embrace your unique reality.

    Some important treatment protocols that can support recovery include:

    \
    • Residential care, intensive outpatient, and small individualized programs.
    • Group, individual, and family psychotherapy.
    • Food and nutrition support programs.
    • Exercise and physical activity programs.
  • Can BR+ Treat Parkinson’s, Alzheimer’s, or Other Neurological Conditions?

    BR+ treatment has shown promise in treating neurological disorders. It has not, however, been extensively studied. We cannot say for sure whether it treats these disorders—though we do know that it is a low risk and generally safe alternative to other treatments.

  • How Do I Begin Treatment?

    First, schedule an appointment. An admissions counselor will explore your medical condition, current health, and risk factors. We may ask you to undergo blood work or a physical.

     
  • Where Will I Be During Treatment?

    Treatment is administered at Future Now Detox Center. The usual length of treatment is between 8-10 days inpatient in our facility.

  • What Should I Bring to Treatment?

    You can bring a book, a crossword puzzle, or notebook to journal. We can also provide you with one. We strive to avoid using any gadgets, because we want this to be a relaxing, cleansing, meditative time for you. You can always sit back and nap or meditate.

  • Do You Offer Therapy?

    Absolutely. Therapy is indispensable to quality addiction treatment. We provide daily clinical interventions, including therapy such as family and individual counseling. Our group therapy offers additional support, and our psychodrama sessions help patients make better sense of their lives, so they can move beyond pain and trauma into healing and recovery.

  • What Other Services Do You Offer?

    We offer both auricular acupuncture and Vibroacoustic therapy. Auricular acupuncture is similar to traditional acupuncture, but does not use needles. Instead, it uses low-level laser light to focus on pressure points on the body, specifically, the ears. This service can help manage anxiety and stress, support a healthy weight, address insomnia and pain, and help with withdrawal.

    The term Vibroacoustic therapy (VAT) was coined in the 1980s by the Norwegian therapist and educator Olav Skille. Research in Europe and throughout North America has shown that audio waves in the range of 30Hz-120Hz transmitted through the vibroacoustic device have a very positive effect on various systems of the body. An Estonian physician, Professor Saima Tamm, has said that VAT is “an adaptogenous therapy which has an effect to adapt itself to the needs of the patient. The body listens for signals which are needed in order to obtain full harmony, and start processes in the body which eventually will satisfy the signaled needs.”

    We believe in the power of complementary healing modalities. We work with our patients to construct comprehensive, custom-tailored recovery solutions. Our other offerings include guided imagery, hypnosis, massage therapy, chiropractic care, nutritional support that includes probiotic therapy, and much more. We believe that each person we treat should be treated as a unique human being who matters. Let us show you what the right treatment package can do for you.

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