Medication-Assisted Treatment

Safe, confidential, and affordable treatment for opioid use disorder

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Our Bicycle Health team is comprised of addiction-medicine trained physicians, nurse practitioners (NPs), and physician assistants (PAs) who are committed to providing safe, confidential, and affordable buprenorphine/naloxone (Suboxone) treatment.

Our Online Suboxone Treatment

  • Confidential phone & video calls with your medical provider
  • Online support groups from the privacy of your own home
  • Experienced, addiction-medicine trained online Suboxone doctors who truly care
  • Suboxone home delivered

I’ve tried many other programs and rehabs, but none of them have ever come close to the innovative, effective design of this program and its administrators. I HIGHLY RECOMMEND BICYCLE HEALTH!!! I would suggest that anyone who’s struggling with opioid dependence, contact them for help today!

Mary, Bicycle Health Patient
September 2020

What is medication-assisted treatment?

Medication-assisted treatment (MAT) for opioid addiction is the use of medications—buprenorphine, methadone, or naltrexone—to treat opioid use disorder, which reduces opioid cravings, withdrawal symptoms, and overdose risk. Buprenorphine is among the most commonly prescribed medication treatment for opioid use disorder, and here at Bicycle Health, we prescribe buprenorphine/naloxone (Suboxone). 

Treatment with buprenorphine/naloxone (Suboxone) is NOT replacing one addiction with another. To learn more, check out our related blog post here.

Benefits of MAT

Medication-assisted treatment is critical to prevent overdose and death. Research shows that with MAT, 75% of patients will still be in recovery one year later. Conversely, studies demonstrate that within one month of stopping buprenorphine treatment, more than 50% of patients relapse to illicit opioid use. 

Benefits of Suboxone include helping patients feel normal and healthy, and when taken as prescribed by a medical provider, it treats addiction and does not cause the negative impacts of uncontrolled substance use on one’s life, goals, and daily functioning.

You can read more about national access to telemedicine for opioid use disorder here, and our online suboxone clinic’s approach here.

My life has improved 100%. I can deal with the ups and downs, am rarely depressed, don’t have a lot of anxiety, and have my energy back. I feel like a normal person again. My family has noticed the change in me, and they love it. The biggest thing, though, is that I have had ZERO cravings for opioids, and that is a miracle.

Lynette, Bicycle Health Patient
July 2020

Why Suboxone?

Suboxone is safe

Buprenorphine/naloxone (Suboxone) is widely considered to be safer than methadone and has a lower risk for sedation and overdose when taken as prescribed.

Suboxone is effective

The recommended effective dose is well-known and can be safely reached within 1-2 days for most patients, whereas effective methadone dosing varies unpredictably from person-to-person and may take weeks to achieve.

Suboxone is easily Available

Buprenorphine/naloxone (Suboxone) can be prescribed by licensed and trained medical providers in any treatment setting, whereas methadone is strictly regulated by the government and can only be provided through federally licensed outpatient treatment programs.

How does Bicycle Health work?

Schedule an appointment with an enrollment coordinator

You’ll first meet confidentially with an experienced enrollment coordinator who will learn more about you, your experience with opioid dependence, and your health goals. Our enrollment coordinators can answer any questions you might have about our online Suboxone clinic so you can ensure our program is a good fit for you. All visits are confidential, including this first screening visit.

Provider visits via phone & video calls

Following your appointment with the enrollment coordinator, you’ll be scheduled for your first telehealth visit with your medical provider. During your first medical provider visit, your provider will learn more about you and collaboratively develop a personalized treatment plan for your opioid use disorder. Most patients are prescribed buprenorphine/naloxone (Suboxone) during their first provider visit.

Prescription refills

Your buprenorphine/naloxone (Suboxone) prescription will be sent electronically to a pharmacy near you. This prescription will be refilled during weekly, biweekly, or monthly telehealth visits with your Bicycle Health provider.

Behavioral health resources

Research shows that treatment for opioid use disorder is most successful in conjunction with mental health supports. Here at Bicycle Health, we offer online support groups, which serve as safe, confidential spaces to meet with others who are also in recovery. Patients also work with dedicated health coaches who assist with behavioral health needs, and our medical providers are trained to prescribe treatment for common mental health conditions, like depression and anxiety.

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One of the things I love about Bicycle Health is the ability to use telemedicine 
to communicate with my doctor. Appointments can take place anywhere 
I am: at work, when I’m out of town, even in my bed at home! I am so grateful for the compassionate care I’ve received from Bicycle Health.

Mia S.

2019

I was introduced to Medication Assisted Treatment and it changed my life. Bicycle health was very helpful, supportive and assisted me without judgement. Now I feel I have a reason to live, have hopes for the future and finally feel relatively happy. I have not known happiness as long as I can remember.

Ryan K.

2019

I’ve tried many other programs and rehabs but none of them have ever come close to the innovative, effective, design of this program and its administrators. I HIGHLY RECOMMEND BICYCLE HEALTH!!! I would suggest that anyone who’s struggling with opioid dependence, contact them for help today!

Mary Z.

2019

My experience with my Bicycle Health Provider and my health coach has been amazing. They are an experienced  company that truly cares about my well being emotionally and physically. They are the best treatment program company that I have experienced and I highly recommend using them!

Anonymous Patient

2020

They care so much. They take the time to meet with you throughout the week to see how your treatment is affecting you personally. They care to find what works best for your body and your recovery. I have taken my life back. I have control over my finances again, I can get in touch with my emotions again and I am no longer hating myself at the end of the day. I’m happier and healthier all around.

Anonymous Patient

2020

I got quick immediate help when I needed it, and everyone I have spoken to has been very helpful and informative during my time of reaching out for help to get and stay clean. I extremely appreciate how helpful the staff and doctor have been. I’m so excited to be a part of Bicycle Health and I couldn’t be more thankful for the help I’ve been receiving. I’ve been able to function throughout the day and just live a better, happier, sober life.

Anonymous Patient

2020

I have not ever had a staff as caring and efficient as Bicycle Health. I have always had every question answered and really feel like my sobriety had been due to the way they care about their patients.

My life has improved 100% on this medication. I can deal with the ups and downs, am rarely depressed, don't have a lot of anxiety and have my energy back. I feel like a normal person again.

Anonymous Patient

2020

Our Mission and Philosophy

Our providers are confident, caring, and reliable. We understand that opioid use disorder is a chronic disease of the brain, and together, we strive to break the stigma of addiction.
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