The Herbal Detox Program

The New Approach to Drug Addiction Treatment

Through Dr. Zhou’s work in his private practice, he saw first hand the long-lasting effects of drug addiction on his patients’ lives. It became clear to Dr. Zhou that the current drug addiction treatment methodology was not addressing all of the changes drug use has on the body, and it became his goal to find a new treatment strategy that would heal the whole body and help his patients break the cycle of addiction. That was over 24 years ago, and since then Dr. Zhou has created the Herbal Detox Program and a unique herbal formula, which detoxifies the body and actively works to rehabilitate all of the parts of the body that were altered due to drug use. By using only herbal medication, Dr. Zhou is ensuring, unlike traditional drug rehabilitation programs, that the patient’s body does not become dependent on any drugs to function properly. Throughout this one-month program, patients will undergo a full-body detox, complete a targeted prescription regimen, and will learn and implement suggested lifestyle changes, which will give them the tools they need to maintain their sobriety.  We here at the International Wellness Center know that the road to recovery can be challenging, which is why we have created a one-on-one treatment approach specialized for each patient’s needs. Let us guide you through the recovery process to your new healthy drug-free life.

 

Want to learn more? Check out an overview of the Herbal Detox Program or take a deeper look at the science behind this successful treatment program.

 

Ready to take the first step? Call our office today at (754) 220-6799 to schedule your initial consultation.


Resources about Drug Addiction

National Institute on Drug Abuse
Foundation for a drug-free world
The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services

   The Center for Substance Abuse Treatment (CSAT) of the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Administration (SAMHSA) of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services regularly publishes Treatment Improvement Protocol (TIP) manuals for service providers. TIPs are "best practice guidelines for substance abuse disorders" (Center for Substance Abuse Treatment 2006).  TIP 45, Detoxification and Substance Abuse Treatment, published in 2006, includes references to the use of acupuncture in programs that provide such services. 

To download a copy for free,

Click here:  http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/books/NBK64115/pdf/TOC.pdf

 

National Acupuncture Detoxification Association (NADA)
Yale School of Medicine
;