Get to know us
We do our best to stay up to date in our specialties.
We understand that it is not enough to be knowledgeable. We strive to be sympathetic and empathetic.
We recognize Opioid Use Disorder as a chronic illness and so does the United States Surgeon General!
We often struggle to balance reducing our patients’ pain with increasing their risk of opioid addiction.
We can shape how the rest of the country sees addiction by talking about and treating it as a chronic illness, not a moral failing.
Medication-assisted treatment (MAT) is an effective response to opioid use disorder. It is the use of medications, in combination with behavioral therapies, to provide a whole-patient approach to the treatment of substance use disorders. Individuals receiving MAT often demonstrate dramatic improvement in addiction-related behaviors and psychosocial functioning.
About our philosophy…
We at Restoration simply want to help you become more functional, more successful, and enjoy life to its fullest.
Vivek H. Murthy, M.D., M.B.A. our United States Surgeon General states that we must do the following:
First, we will educate ourselves to treat pain safely and effectively. A good place to start is the CDC Opioid Prescribing Guideline. Second, we will screen our patients for opioid use disorder and provide or connect them with evidence-based treatment. Third, we can shape how the rest of the country sees addiction by talking about and treating it as a chronic illness, not a moral failing.
We agree completely with his ideas and concepts. Our Murphy clinic’s goal is to help patients with their pain while being ever cognizant of the risk of opioid dependence.
Our Greensboro clinic is dedicate to the treatment of opioid use disorder with a combination of counseling and Suboxone.
More about our locations…
Restoration of Greensboro is now accepting new patients!
Restoration of Murphy is now accepting new patients!
Medication-assisted treatment (MAT) with both behavioral therapies (counseling) and Suboxone is utilized to provide a whole-patient approach to the treatment of opioid use disorders.
Chronic pain often requires both counseling and medical treatment. We recognize the need for a multidisciplinary approach using medications, physical therapy, and counseling.