North Dakota Buprenorphine

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Browse North Dakota buprenorphine and suboxone doctors who specialize in the treatment of opioid addiction.

Dr. Aaron Michael Garman, M.D.
1312 Highway 49 North
Beulah, ND 58523
Main Tel: (701) 873-4445
 
 
Dr. Orlan Jackson, D.O.
1312 Highway 49 North
Beulah, ND 58523
Main Tel: (701) 873-4445
 
 
Dr. Kurt Gerard Datz, D.O.
811 East Interstate Avenue
Bismarck, ND 58503
Main Tel: (701) 391-7939
 
 
Dr. Aaron A. Vasa, M.D.
811 East Interstate Avenue
Bismarck, ND 58501
Main Tel: 605-359-7146
 
 
Dr. Melissa Jo Henke, M.D.
Heartview Foundation
101 East Broadway
Bismarck, ND 58501
Main Tel: (701) 222-0386
 
 
Dr. Gregg R Kovacs, D.O.
1334-D EMPIRE ROAD
Dickinson, ND 58601
Main Tel: (701) 290-3488
 
 
Harjinder Kaur Virdee,
2704 North Broadway
Suite C
Fargo, ND 58102
Main Tel: (701) 232-3100
 
 
Dr. Joel Floyd Schock, M.D.
Plains Medical Clinic
3290 20th Street South
Fargo, ND 58104
Main Tel: (701) 298-7469
 
 
Dr. Robert I. Cooper, M .D.
2704 North Broadway
Suite C
Fargo, ND 58102
Main Tel: (701) 237-9400
 
 
Eduardo E. Meza, M.D.
Praine St. John's
510 4th Street South
Fargo, ND 58103
Main Tel: (701) 476-7200
 
 
Dr. Walter Jesse Berger, M.D.
VA Medical Center
2101 Elm Street North
Fargo, ND 58102
Main Tel: (701) 232-3241
 
 
Julie O. Jarvis, D.O.
Prairie St. John's Hospital
510 4th Street South
Fargo, ND 58103
Main Tel: (701) 476-7200
 
 
Vasu Krishnakumar, M.D.
510 4th Street South
Fargo, ND 58103
Main Tel: (315) 528-6952
 
 
Dr. Ronny Paul Meunier,
Trinity Hospital (St. Joes)
407 3rd Street SE (Unit 3C)
Minot, ND 58701
Main Tel: (701) 857-2480
 
 
Dr. Michael John Dallolio, M.D.
1900 8th Ave SE
Minot, ND 58701
Main Tel: (701) 857-2480
 
 
James E. Conant, M.D.
Fairlight Medical Center
3 Fourth Street, East
Williston, ND 58801
Main Tel: (701) 577-6337
 
 

Buprenorphine is the medication ingredient in Suboxone, Subutex, Zubsolv, Bunavail, and Probuphine that specifically targets opioid withdrawal. Buprenorphine, or “Bup”, is the leading pharmaceutical treatment (alongside methadone) for addressing opioid addiction. Both medications are in widescale use throughout the world due to their efficacy in removing the persistent discomfort associated with withdrawal from opiates (ex. runny nose, body ache, anxiety, nausea, diarrhea and other symptoms).

The Drug Treatment Act of 2000 permitted doctors who meet certain training qualifications to prescribe buprenorphine in the treatment of heroin addiction and other opioid addictions. Buprenorphine physicians became able to assist opioid addicted patients in an office setting bypassing the restrictions that typically apply to patients receiving methadone. This treatment method maximized patient convenience and accessibility thus increasing the number of people who could access medication-assisted treatment (MAT) for opioid addiction.

Buprenorphine.US is a national directory of approved buprenorphine physicians many of which specifically utilize Suboxone. Suboxone is presently the most popular buprenorphine-based medication prescribed around the world. Suboxone is a combination of buprenorphine and naloxone, and comes available as a thin film that is placed under the tongue once per day where it is quickly dissolved and absorbed into the bloodstream.