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February 13, 2020  –  The patient must keep the device on for five days. After that, Reed said the patient’s more likely to continue to sobriety. “They’ll laugh or they get tears in their eyes, because they just can’t believe that that’s actually possible, that they could manage their withdrawal symptoms and do so in a comfortable way,” said Reed.

Both Reed and Doiron said no matter the patient’s background, they see successful results and positive futures.

“I’ve had men coming and getting their job back where they say they could not even be effective at work anymore because of their drug use. I’ve had women that felt like they couldn’t be a mom or pick up their kids from school anymore. And being able to use this device and our therapies they just start crying. I got my life back. I can be a mom again. I can be a wife again,” said Doiron.

According to Doiron, using RecoverUS other treatment options along with The Bridge device leads to an even more promising path to sobriety and sticking with it. If you have any questions about RecoverUS treatment options, call 618-519-9444.

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