Brian Cuban praises center for network therapy’s outpatient detox model

Posted by:

BEST-SELLING AUTHOR AND AUTHORITY ON ADDICTION VISITS NEW JERSEY’S FIRST AMBULATORY DETOX CENTER AND SHARES HIS RECOVERY STORY WITH PATIENTS

New Jersey –June 3, 2016 – The Center for Network Therapy (CNT), New Jersey’s first state licensed ambulatory detox facility for all substance abuse, welcomedBrian Cuban,best-selling author and person in long term recovery from drug and alcohol addiction. Cuban visited CNT on Friday, June 3rdfor a tour of the outpatient detox treatment facility. Cuban shared his personal ...

Continue Reading →
1
Chicago Tribune : Expert offers ways to tell if you’re drinking too much

Posted by:

Chicago’s leading newspaper, sought out CNT’s Medical Director’s expertise to identify the difference between “moderate” and “heavy” alcohol consumption and suggest ways to cutback.

Indra Cidambi, M.D. is widely recognized as America’s leading expert on alcohol and drug treatment issues.

Continue Reading →
1
NJTVonline.org : NJTV Drug Addiction Forum Focuses on Treatment

Posted by:

CNT’s Dr. Cidambi, former NJ Gov. Jim McGreevy and other host NJTV’s forum on the drug epidemic in NJ and treatment and recovery options. Of particular interest to the interviewer and the audience was the Center for Network Therapy’s Ambulatory Detox model. The ambulatory Detox model was pioneered by Dr. Cidambi in NJ.

Continue Reading →
0
Dr. Oz The Good Life.com : The first implant for opioid addiction just recieved FDA approval

Posted by:

Dr. Oz’s online health site seeks addiction expert, Dr. Cidambi’s views on Probuphine, which was recently approved by the FDA. Probuphine is intended for treatment for opioid dependence and it is used to treat individuals suffering from opiate withdrawal and opiate cravings. Dr. Cidambi, Center for Network Therapy’s medical director argues why Probuphine will flop.

Continue Reading →
0
Recovery @ CNT: Kevin’s Story of Opiate Detoxification

Posted by:

By 2015, Kevin had sunk into an abyss from which he feared he’d never emerge. Despondent over his mother’s death from cancer, the 27-year-old Middlesex County resident and project manager began abusing 30mg tablets of oxycodone – an opiate also known as “blues” or “Roxy” on the street – to deal with his stress, anxiety, and depression.

“I started doing a few per week but eventually progressed to 8 per day,” said Kevin of what ...

Continue Reading →
0
Long Island Backstory : Advantages of the Ambulatory Detox model relative to Traditional models

Posted by:

Gary Jacobs, Chief Editor of Long Island Backstory interviews Dr. Cidambi: Advantages of the Ambulatory Detox model relative to Traditional models. Mr. Jacobs acknowledges the pioneering effort of Dr. Cidambi to drive towards a lower cost, higher efficacy model to treat addiction.

Continue Reading →
0
Page 1 of 2 12