A story like this reminds us that standing behind most addicted individuals are loving, caring people — friends and family members — who are part of their journey towards addiction recovery.
Dr. Avart recommends Tai chi as a way for patients with drug addictions to increase their energy while remaining calm and relaxed inside.
For those individuals who are looking to get off of opiates, My Addiction Physician’s outpatient detox program is cost-effective, timely, and practical.
Patient / Family-centered Addiction Treatment is a key component to any comprehensive addiction treatment program. Patients and families must both heal for successful recovery.
This is a recent Ad Dr. Avart ran in the Philadelphia market of In-Community, a publication focused on x, y, and z.
Resonate Frequency Breathing (RFB) is abdominal breathing that is relaxed, deep, and deliberate, akin to mindful breathing, and produces a meditative-like state that promotes optimal balance in your body and mind.
Heart Rate Variability (HRV) is essentially a measure of the ways in which our Sympathetic (“fight or flight”) and Parasympathetic (“rest & digest”) systems influence our heart rate. By monitoring your HRV, you can discover information about your autonomic flexibility, or how these systems interact with each other, and thereby strengthen your capacity to regulate your emotional responses to external stimuli.
Biofeedback is our body’s physical responses to stimuli. It is the way in which our body’s systems communicate with each other, and it also pertains to our assessment of these responses.
Understanding the nature of Implicit Memory can give us more control over our thoughts and actions, and therefore can serve as a powerful tool in addiction recovery.
Most people understand the general idea of independence, and it might even seem elementary. However, understanding what independence is truly IS the easy part. Understanding what independence is in a rehabilitation context is a bit more involved.