Suboxone Clinic on the Treasure Coast

Pinnacle Wellness Group understands opioid and alcohol addiction and the struggles that can come along with it. Providing outstanding care to help you live your life free from addiction. Medication-assisted treatment has shown in studies to reduce the risk of fatal overdoses by approximately 50%.

One of the medications we utilize is Suboxone. Suboxone is a medication that combines two other medications – Buprenorphine and Naloxone. This is one of the top medications used for medication-assisted treatment for opioid addiction on the Treasure Coast.

When you take Suboxone it works by binding to the same receptors in the brain that other opioids use. Other common opioids like morphine, oxycodone, heroin, and fentanyl are very dangerous when taken on the street. Overdoses are becoming very common and using Suboxone will dramatically reduce these risks. When taking medication, it blocks the receptor’s ability to absorb the other substances. Suboxone also dramatically reduces cravings for other drug use. 

Suboxone is two medications combined. The first is buprenorphine.

Buprenorphine is a partial opioid agonist. A partial opioid agonist delivers a very small opioid dose to a patient. This is greatly reduced from a full opioid agonist which fully stimulates the opioid receptors. This medication provides a gradual path for the client to be slowly weaned off other medications and minimize the withdrawal symptoms. This makes buprenorphine a good first step in the Medication-Assisted Treatment process.

The second medication in Suboxone in Naloxone.

Naloxone is what is called an opioid antagonist. This means it will shut down the ability for the receptor to accept outside opiates and opioids. Blocking the agonist from binding to the receptor.

While this sounds like this would work on its own, Naloxone can initiate withdrawal symptoms in individuals if taken too early. Patients who use opiates or opioids chronically can develop dangerous symptoms which can lead to respiratory failure and seizures. It is very important to consult an experienced doctor before taking Suboxone.

Speak with a Suboxone Expert Today.

CALL: (772) 222-5411

Frequently Asked Questions

What services do we offer?
  • Medication-Assisted Treatment (MAT) for opioid & alcohol addiction. This includes Suboxone, Vivitrol, and Sublocade.
  • Men’s Health
  • Medical Cannabis Certification
What is the cost?

MAT (self-pay):
$225 initial visit 
$125 monthly follow-up visit

Men’s Health:
$175 visit + cost of labs (3 months follow up)
$175 monthly follow-up visit (3 visits total)

Women’s Health:
$200 visit + cost of labs (3 months follow up)
$200 monthly follow-up visit (3 visits total)

Medical Cannibis Certification:
$225 initial visit (7 month certification)
$125 re-certification 

Do we offer Suboxone maintenance?

Yes! We offer Medicated Assisted Treatment in an outpatient setting. We utilize Suboxone medications (tablets or films), Vivitrol injections, & Sublocade injections.

How can I make an appointment?

Call our office at 772-222-5411

Appointments Available Daily

We have appointments available right away. Talk to someone at Pinnacle Wellness Group and make an appointment today.

Contact Pinnacle Wellness Group

MAT and Suboxone clinic in Port Saint Lucie, FL.

Contact us

  • Address

    1680 SE Lyngate Dr #204,
    Port St. Lucie, FL 34952

  • Phone

    (772) 222-5411

  • Fax

    (772) 237-5496

  • Hours

    Sunday: Closed
    Monday: 9am – 5pm
    Tuesday: 11am – 7pm
    Wednesday: 8am – 4pm
    Thursday: 9am – 5pm
    Friday: 8am – 4pm
    Saturday: Closed

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