Dr. Matney specializes in Victorville Drug Rehabilitation with an emphasis on lifestyle changes that will lead to effective change for the rest of one’s life. Drug rehab is truly a voluntary process, and the individual must want to be there in order for the process to be effective. However, family members and friends often play integral roles in pointing out to an individual when he or she needs to seek rehab or when there is a potential problem. Individuals should be aware of signs or symptoms that a person may need to start Victorville Drug Rehabilitation.
Dr. Matney Helps Victorville Families Through Rehabilitation
Most signs and symptoms of drug addiction revolve around a change in the person’s habits or actions. For example, the person may begin having trouble sleeping at night or may be sleepy all the time. They may begin acting out or acting erratically, doing things that they would never have done previously, such as stealing or being violent. These people will do just about anything to get the drugs, such as using up their household money for street drugs or lying to get pain medication prescriptions from doctors. They may also have physical symptoms, such as drowsiness, headaches, nausea, vomiting or visual changes. In certain cases, Victorville residents who are abusing drugs may even begin having hallucinations.
Dr. Matney can help family and friends decode any of these discouraging or damaging symptoms and can recommend a care plan. Drug rehab programs do not always require patients to stay in a hospital or rehab center. While inpatient treatment may be the right choice for certain people, particularly those who are experiencing dangerous symptoms that affect them physically, patients who can maintain a treatment plan in their own homes can often consider outpatient treatment plans. These plans may include behavioral counseling, medications or some other modality. Because each case is different, Dr. Matney uses extensive initial consultations to determine what the patient needs for the best outcome as well as ongoing appointments to determine treatment plan effectiveness.