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Bridge Medical Device in Georgia

The bridge device is an innovative, non-drug treatment for addiction that reduces drug cravings and withdrawal symptoms. Krishna Doniparthi, MD, takes an integrative, alternative, and holistic approach to addiction therapy, using the NSS-2 bridge device to ease the pain withdrawal symptoms that comes with drug along with detoxing. Dr. Doniparthi also uses the bridge device to manage chronic pain unrelated to addiction. Call NAD in Georgia or book an appointment online.

FAQs About Bridge Device in Georgia

The bridge device is one of Dr. Doniparthi’s tools in addiction therapy to assist the detox process. This one-of-a-kind medical device that reduces or eliminates drug cravings and the withdrawal symptoms that come when you stop using addictive medications and or alcohol use. drugs.

Withdrawal symptoms can make it hard for someone to get through addiction treatment. The symptoms are severe, causing intense pain and discomfort that can last weeks. 

Traditional addiction programs often only monitor you as you go through detox or use low-dose narcotics to reduce withdrawal symptoms.

The bridge device is a humane, nonnarcotic, FDA-approved device that makes it possible to break the cycle of addiction without the torture of withdrawal symptoms.

The NSS-2 Bridge is a non narcotic FDA-approved device which totally changes the way we address breaking the cycle of opioid addiction.

The bridge device is a neurostimulator. It includes a transparent plastic shell with a computer chip that you wear behind your ear and three electrodes strategically placed near essential nerve endings in and around the ear.

The device delivers mild electrical currents to the nerve endings, blocking the transmission of the nerve signals to the opioid receptors in the brain to eliminatereduce withdrawal symptoms.

Dr. Doniparthi uses the bridge device in his 10-14 day addiction therapy outpatient program. If you’re afraid of withdrawal symptoms or can’t go to an inpatient addiction rehab program, the addiction treatment specialist at NAD in Georgia has a solution for you.

Dr. Doniparthia doesn’t recommend the bridge device for people with skin conditions, a pacemaker, or hemophilia.

You can expect quick and dramatic improvements in your withdrawal symptoms when using the bridge device. You could notice a significant reduction in your symptoms within 5-30 minutes after placing the device, with relief lasting for days. 

Instead of weeks of intense withdrawal symptoms, you might have only mild symptoms that go away in five days or less. The bridge device is a compassionate and humane tool that supports you on your road to recovery.

Dr. Doniparthi also uses the bridge device to help with migraine pain and cluster headaches.

Call NAD in Georgia today or use the online booking button to schedule a consultation to learn more about addiction therapy and the bridge device.