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Rise in Opioid Use for Abdominal Pain Points to Larger Problem Warns Waismann Method Medical Director
Date:12/6/2011

ess common among uninsured patients, they were most common among patients aged 25 to 40 years old.

Researchers of the American Gastroenterological Association speculate that this increase may be due to physicians identifying pain as a "fifth vital sign," by measuring and taking into consideration a patient's pain level in diagnosing their condition.  However, since pain is a very subjective symptom it is easy to overlook or mistreat a patient based on their pain levels.  In addition, patients who are prescribed opiate painkillers without appropriate testing may experience an increase in the severity of their condition, and are also at risk of neglecting additional health issues that could be the main cause of their pain.  Chronic abdominal pain can be a challenge to treat, but in some cases unusual or severe pain in the abdomen can be an indicator of a more significant problem, like stomach or cervical cancer, according to Dr. Lowenstein.

The Waismann Method is a safe and proven treatment for opiate dependency that utilizes the most advanced medical techniques available.  The rapid opiate detoxification procedure is carried out in a full-service hospital in Southern California by board-certified anesthesiologists while patients remain under deep sedation, so they experience minimal conscious withdrawal or suffering.  Following medical treatment, patients are taken to Domus Retreat for an assessment to determine any underlying causes of dependency, and a customized aftercare plan is assigned to ensure a healthy and effective transition to life without opiates.  Patients treated with the Waismann Method achieve an extraordinarily high success rate because they no longer fight the constant physical cravings for opiates that have led them to relapse in the past. 

For more information about the Waismann Method please visit opiates.com.  For interviews contact Nicolette Surh at 877-975-3423 or send an email to
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