An addiction to drugs or alcohol changes the structure and function of your brain, which is why recovery is hard and relapse is typical. Krishna Doniparthi, MD, is an addiction treatment specialist at NAD in Georgia in Alpharetta, Georgia. He provides addiction therapy that focuses on brain restoration. Dr. Doniparthi’s brain restoration treatments pull your brain out of addiction mode, supporting long-term recovery. Call or schedule an appointment online to learn more about brain restoration at NAD in Georgia.
Brain restoration is one of the primary treatments for addiction at NAD in Georgia. Addiction is a disorder that destroys healthy brain tissue, changing normal function. These changes cause intense cravings for the addictive substance, making it hard to stop using.
NAD in Georgia specializes in addiction treatment, combining traditional addiction medicine with functional medicine to heal your body, including your brain.
A traditional addiction program works by removing access to the drug, detoxing your body, and providing therapeutic tools to help you cope with your addiction. When you graduate from a traditional program, you might no longer use the drug, but your brain hasn’t healed and is still in addiction mode.
Brain restoration at NAD in Georgia heals the brain and moves you out of addiction mode.
Brain restoration works by detoxing the brain from addiction and restoring cell function.
Dr. Doniparthi conducts an initial evaluation before making any treatment recommendations. He uses BR+NAD (brain restoration plus nicotinamide adenine dinucleotide) therapy for brain restoration, along with counseling and nutrition therapy.
BR+NAD therapy is an intravenous (IV) therapy containing NAD, amino acids, vitamins, and minerals. NAD is a natural substance found in your body that’s heavily involved in DNA repair, cell repair, and maintaining neurotransmitter levels (carry messages between nerve cells) in the brain. NAD is also vital for proper brain function.
The NAD in the brain restoration IV therapy replenishes the brain’s supply of neurotransmitters to heal the addicted brain. BR+NAD therapy is a tool for addiction recovery, not a cure.
NAD in Georgia also provides brain restoration treatments for traumatic brain injuries (TBIs), chronic stress-related disorders, and neurodegenerative diseases. Healthy aging brains also benefit from brain restoration treatments.
Brain restoration at NAD in Georgia therapy allows for the healing of the addicted brain, minimizing drug cravings and lowering the risk of relapse. You could feel relief within 10-14 days.
Addiction therapy at NAD in Georgia is a 10-day outpatient program (10-14 day). Brain restoration is part of the detox process, helping to reduce or eliminate withdrawal symptoms.
Call NAD in Georgia today or use the online booking button to schedule a consultation to learn more about brain restoration.