Abilene Texas Specialist Doctor For Opioid Addiction Treatment Service Announced

Dr. Martin, a leading Abilene, Texas doctor, has announced he can help local patients overcome opioid addiction and dependence. He specializes in medication assisted treatment to get the best results.

Dr Tim Martin, the Abilene, Texas based physician, has announced he can help patients suffering from opioid dependence in the local area. He is the only physician in Abilene with an active and growing outpatient practice helping people treat and overcome this dependence, and accepts most commercial insurance plans.

More information can be found at: http://drmartinfp.com

As the only doctor in the Abilene area specializing in this field, Tim prides himself on his high quality service. Along with his wife, Angie, he strives to help patients enjoy the best health boost physically, emotionally, mentally and spiritually.

Tim was educated at Abilene Christian University for his bachelor’s degree, then studied medicine at the University of Texas Southwestern Medical School. He has cared for patients for twenty years, and works hard to ensure that patients get the best results.

Underlying his practice is the fundamental truth that what people eat is key and of utmost importance. This is an important component of his service when it comes to helping people to treat and overcome their opioid dependence.

Dr Martin specializes in medication assisted outpatient treatment for opioid addiction, which is the most effective treatment option based on research and the latest science. He has been treating patients suffering from addiction and dependence since 2015 and works hard to get the best results.

Anyone around the Abilene area can get in touch if they’re worried about their opioid dependence, or the addiction of a loved one. Dr Martin will evaluate the patient and determine the best way forward to treat their opioid dependence.

The practice states: “During the initial evaluation, history and physical will be performed. We use medications such as buprenorphine/naloxone, Suboxone, Zubsolv and Bunavail to help our patients get off of illegal and/or excessive opioid use. The patient begins to feel normal again and back in control of their life.”

Patients will benefit from monthly visits, and face to face sit downs, so that they can work towards getting their life back on track.

Full details can be found on the URL above. Interested parties can get in touch using the contact details provided on site.

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