Chronic Pain Management

Facing the challenges of everyday chronic pain doesn’t have to be debilitating. Whether you are looking for alternatives to narcotic medications or don’t respond to traditional therapies, there is a pain management solution for you at Diablo Valley. We offer a number of chronic pain management solutions including pain intervention, ketamine infusion IV therapy, epidural nerve blocks, and Peripheral Neuropathy Calmare Treatment. 

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Medication-Assisted Treatments

For those looking to become free from a dependency to chronic pain narcotic medications, opioids, and alcohol, we offer an alternative to residential detox programs. Our medically-assisted approach to detox offers an ambulatory, outpatient way to eliminate harmful chemicals from the body. And, a clean slate so individuals can discover new ways to address pain or mood disorders through various treatments.

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Medication Assisted Treatment





Ketamine Infusion IV Therapy

Ketamine Infusion IV Therapy

This type of therapy is effective in helping individuals dealing with the effects of mood disorders and chronic pain when other, more traditional treatments are ineffective. During the procedure, ketamine is introduced gradually into the bloodstream through IV to allow for a number of neuro system responses proven helpful in reducing symptoms of pain, depression, and anxiety.

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Buprenorphine

Buprenorphine is a medication which can help individuals gain freedom from opioid dependence. While buprenorphine is actually an opioid itself, it’s non-addictive if instructions provided by an experienced doctor are closely followed. Overall, it’s prescribed so that individuals experience less, and sometimes no, cravings for opiates/alcohol. 

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Buprenorphine
Vivitrol / Naltrexone

Vivitrol / Naltrexone

Vivitrol is an opioid receptor medication which allows individuals to abstain from opiates and alcohol. It works by binding to opioid receptors in the human brain and stimulating them so that individuals don’t experience the euphoric effects of the opiate/alcohol they’re dependent upon.

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