There's a new approach to overcoming addiction coming to the area. Neuro Recover Center opens in Pooler in March. It will help you or a loved one get get your brain "wired back to normal". Here's Emerald Neuro Recover Center Founder Joe Pappas and Local Owner Shali Reynolds:
NEW SUBSTANCE ABUSE TREATMENT CENTER ADDRESSES NATION’S DRUG CRISIS
Pooler, GA- January 23, 2018 – Emerald Neuro Recover Center, a locally owned substance abuse treatment center, announced today it will be opening a new outpatient clinic in Pooler, GA in February 2018. Emerald Neuro Recover Center specializes in all-natural intravenous NAD+ therapy with NeuroRecoverTM formulas to help those with substance abuse issues overcome addiction and begin a life of meaningful recovery.
NAD+ therapy involves a high dose intravenous infusion of natural amino acids that is delivered directly into the bloodstream. This delivery method allows NAD+ to bypass the digestive system resulting in 100% absorption. NAD+ works rapidly to repair cells throughout the body and within the neurons of the brain. When NAD+ levels are increased, cells produce more energy, DNA is repaired, and many other functions throughout the body and brain are optimized. As a result, patients experience increased clarity of mind, better problem-solving skills, improved focus and concentration, increased energy, improvement in mood, decreased anxiety levels, and reduced cravings for drugs and alcohol.
Emerald Neuro Recover Center provides this innovative and alternative treatment in a calm, holistic outpatient setting. Each patient has an individualized treatment protocol based on their needs and condition. Highly skilled clinical staff oversee infusions and monitor patient response to treatment. Shali Reynolds, MSN, ANP-BC owns and operates the practice and states; “There are over 23 million people suffering from substance abuse disorders in the US alone”. “Substance abuse has a profound and damaging effect on multiple brain circuits, therefore the focus of treatment must be reparative and restorative in nature; not simply avoidance of the abusive substance(s).”
For more information, please visit their website at: www.emeraldneurorecover.com
or call (912) 660-2163.