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Those patients that continue to do well and have been treated successfully for six months may be eligible to begin telemedicine visits. Telemedicine visits would be conducted every other month in lieu of your visit to the clinic. Your regular monthly fee would still be collected however you could perform your visit from home through any smart device or camera enabled computer.
Please be aware that fraudulent attempts to obtain controlled substance prescriptions are not protected by patient confidentiality. Any suspected deception or fraud (such as selling medications, altering prescriptions, obtaining prescriptions from multiple doctors, etc.) will be ground for immediate termination from treatment and will be reported to law enforcement.
Please be aware that NO MEDICATIONS of any kind are kept in our office. We do not physically dispense any medication; it is obtained from a pharmacy with a prescription.
If you feel that you would be a good fit for treatment here, please call the office at (602-601-7429) or submit your contact information through the “contact us tab” on our website page www.direct2recovery.com.
When we schedule your initial appointment, you can also download the additional intake paperwork, print it off, complete it, and bring it to your appointment with you, or you may choose to arrive fifteen minutes early to your scheduled appointment and complete the paperwork in office.
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Direct2MD provides access to a doctor from your phone or computer for a low flat fee or subscription price. There’s no need to leave your home or office, no crowded waiting rooms and no insurance forms or paperwork. Easy, convenient and efficient.
If you feel that you would be a good fit for treatment here, please call the office at (602-601-7429) or submit your contact information through the “contact us tab” on our website page www.direct2recovery.com or for more information please visit www.direct2md.comArizona Addiction Counseling
Arizona Addiction Counseling: Addiction is a learned behavior that changes the brain to become conditioned to continually want the substance. Through counseling and other behavior health modifications it has been known that the brain can actually change physically. By changing our environment, starting a new job, new hobbies and friends, all will alter our brain in some way. It is possible to undo some of the changes that occurred while addicted. Therapy will recondition the brain closer to pre-addiction status. This will better prepare the patient for a time when they may no longer require medication. Addictions
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At Direct2Recovery our mission is to passionately help as many patients as we can to overcome their addiction and begin to live life at its fullest once again. We strive to make every patient that walks into our office feel comfortable and genuinely welcome. Prior to starting his Direct2Recovery practice, Dr. Flatley was an emergency room doctor for eighteen years. While seeing the opioid epidemic at its worst, Dr. Flatley treated patients daily in the ER that were seeking help for withdrawal symptoms, enduring drug overdoses, and all to often he saw lives lost to this addiction. At Direct2Recovery we use a medication assisted option of Buprenophine/Naltrexone (Suboxone) to treat opioid addiction. We will also express the importance of addiction counseling therapy and recommend this to be part of every patients treatment.
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