“I don't have to wake up every morning, drive to a clinic, wait in line or worry about missing work for appointments.”
- Danny, Patient
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 Suboxone treatment for opioid use disorder. With health coaches to address behavioral needs and medical providers to diagnose and treat co-occurring conditions like depression and anxiety, we ensure our patients are supported throughout the entire recovery process.
Here at Bicycle Health, we combine buprenorphine/naloxone (Suboxone) treatment with behavioral health supports, including online support groups and linkage to individual and in-person services.
The standard of care for opioid addiction is to use an effective medication, either buprenorphine, methadone, or naltrexone, to control withdrawal, cravings, and reduce the risk of return to other opioid use (relapse). Behavioral health and social support further improves success rates. This combined approach has been referred to as "medication-assisted treatment," but this phrase has fallen out of favor because the medication is essential to effective treatment.
The combination of buprenorphine and naloxone in a dissolving film or tablet is commonly known by the brand-name, Suboxone, the most well-known FDA-approved medication for treatment of opioid use disorder.
Telemedicine allows patients to track their symptoms and how they’re feeling throughout each day, with that information then instantly sent to their suboxone treatment providers, allowing clinicians to provide the highest level of support to patients in-the-moment.
Online Suboxone doctors offer an easier, more convenient, and more discreet way to get the care you need for opioid use disorder. Here are just some of the benefits of online Suboxone clinics: