Addiction is a complicated disease that changes the structure and function of the brain. Krishna Doniparthi, MD, is an addiction treatment physician at NAD in Georgia in Alpharetta, Georgia. He offers an addiction therapy program that combines functional medicine with addiction medicine. Dr. Doniparthi takes an integrative, alternative, and holistic approach to addiction, providing treatments that address the root cause of the disease while also benefiting your physical, emotional, and spiritual well-being. NAD in Georgia provides addiction therapy to adolescents and adults. Call today or schedule a consultation online.
NAD in Georgia offers addiction therapy to treat all addictions, including opioid use disorder. Dr. Doniparthi is also a pain specialist who keenly understands how pain medications lead to addiction.
NAD in Georgia also provides addiction therapy for alcohol use disorder and substance use disorder (addiction to other drugs like amphetamines and benzodiazepines).
Addiction therapy at NAD in Georgia is an intensive, patient-centered outpatient program. Using functional and addiction medicine, Dr. Doniparthi aims to understand your unique health problems and challenges and create a plan that directly targets those issues, healing your body inside and out.
Addiction is a chronic, progressive disease affecting your whole health. Addiction therapy at NAD in Georgia includes detox from the drug ― including opioid detox ― and long-term therapies that control cravings to prevent a relapse.
Dr. Doniparthi conducts an initial evaluation to determine your addiction therapy plan. Addiction therapy treatments at NAD in Georgia include:
BR+NAD (brain restoration plus nicotinamide adenine dinucleotide) therapy is the primary addiction treatment at NAD in Georgia. It’s a proprietary treatment used to restore brain function. Created by Dr. Mestayer at Springfield Wellness Center in Springfield, Louisiana, BR+NAD is an intravenous (IV) therapy that gives the brain what it needs to get healthy.
It also repairs damage caused by stress, depression, post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), and chronic traumatic encephalopathy.
BR+NAD therapy isn’t a cure for addiction but a tool to help you restore brain function by replenishing their supply of neurotransmitter levels.
NAD in Georgia is able to provide resources for counseling services for you and your loved ones.
Nutrition is the cornerstone of better health and longevity. NAD in Georgia offers nutritional counseling as part of their outpatient program.
The NSS-2 bridge device is a non-narcotic, FDA - cleared device which NAD in Georgia uses during IV detox therapy to reduce withdrawal symptoms. It uses neurostimulation to reroute messages to the opioid receptors in the brain.
Addiction therapy at NAD in Georgia is a 10-14 day outpatient program. You’ll spend 5-10 hours daily at the clinic for IV therapy. You will be in a private room with access to wi-fi. You may read, use your computer, work or simply rest.
Call NAD in Georgia today or schedule your addiction therapy consultation online.