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NOVA Health Recovery Suboxone Clinic in Alexandria, VA

About

Suboxone Treatment Center for Opiate and drug addiction. We offer office and web based visits. Vivitrol, Sublocade (injectable buprenorphine) , compounded buprenorphine, Zubsolv, and Ketamine therapies for addiction are available. See us at NOVA Health Recovery website for details. We also treat alcohol addiction with FDA approved and off label therapies, including IV NAD treatment.  Dr. Sendi is Board Certified in Addiction Medicine and Obesity Medicine and performs metabolic assessments in the office as well as medical weight loss using medications, IV Vitamin therapy, Optifast, and other methods. We are a Ketamine Treatment Center using intranasal, IV, and nebulized Ketamine for depression, suicidal thoughts, OCD, Bipolar disorder, anxiety, chronic pain, fibromyalgia, CRPS, and other related conditions. This rapidly reverses depression in a majority of patients. Also, Dr. Sendi is a trichologist and evaluates and treats hair loss with topical medications, Low Level Laser light treatments, and Neograft Hair Transplantation. Call us at 703-844-0184 or [email protected] We have evening and weekend appointments to fit your schedule.

In Case of a Heroin or Opiate Overdose in Alexandria, VA

Ingesting a large amount or highly potent dose of an opiate such as heroin, either intentionally or accidentally, can lead to serious consequences, including overdose, coma, and/or death.

If you suspect you or someone else has overdosed, call your local emergency hotline (ex. 911) or a poison control center (1-800-222-1222) immediately.

Signs of an opiate overdose

  • Constipation
  • Nausea and/or vomiting
  • Low blood pressure or weak pulse
  • Lack of responsiveness, even to painful stimuli (such as strongly rapping knuckles across the sternum)
  • Pupils that are constricted or non-reactive to light
  • Blue colored fingernails or lips
  • GI tract spasms
  • Difficult to wake up or extreme sedation
  • Coma
  • Seizures
  • Slow, shallow breathing or no breathing at all