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Inspire Malibu Announces Breakthrough Addiction Detox Treatment for Heroin and Opioids

Inspire Malibu
Posted on: 10 Jul 18
Inspire Malibu Announces Breakthrough Addiction Detox Treatment for Heroin and Opioids Dr. Mohammad of Inspire Malibu announces new innovative treatment for people suffering from addiction.

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AGOURA HILLS, Calif., July 10, 2018

AGOURA HILLS, Calif., July 10, 2018 /PRNewswire/ -- Inspire Malibu, an innovative addiction treatment center has just announced a groundbreaking treatment for people suffering from opioid and heroin addiction.

Dr. Akikur Reza Mohammad, the founder and CEO of Inspire Malibu, announced the emergence of the NSS-2 Bridge, a possible solution to an easier and more comfortable addiction detox recovery.

"The NSS-2 Bridge device shows promise as a breakthrough treatment for reducing or eliminating opiate withdrawal symptoms without the use of benzodiazepines or other habit-forming medications," announced Dr. Mohammad. "This could be an important tool for offering painless detox without the use of narcotics for many people who are dependent on opioids or heroin."

Dr. Mohammad and his staff are experts in treating a wide range of addictions and dual diagnosis conditions. He has long stood by his statement that addiction is a serious, chronic disease that affects millions of people around the world.

Dr. Mohammad has previously spoken about how often people are misdiagnosed with other conditions before being properly diagnosed with addiction and co-morbid (or co-existing) conditions. The NSS-2 Bridge can provide fast relief without risking additional addictions from medication or other addiction recovery aids.

Dr. Mohammad was the first licensed suboxone doctor in California, and he has years of experience using medication-assisted treatment as a way to detox and recover from heroin and opioids. He is excited about utilizing the NSS-2 Bridge device as an alternative to medications.

The staff at Inspire Malibu is well-versed in addiction treatment and thrilled by the prospect of having more treatment options that can make recovery an easier process. Providing patients with a comfortable and safe environment for detoxing is essential to the recovery process. For Dr. Mohammad and the rest of the Inspire Malibu staff, providing a treatment like the NSS-2 device can make recovery a much speedier, easier, and even safer process for patients and their families.

To stay updated on new treatments and breakthroughs in addiction recovery methods and Dr. Mohammad's work, visit

About Inspire Malibu

Inspire Malibu was founded by double board-certified addiction specialist Dr. Akikur Reza Mohammad. Dr. Mohammad is an adjunct professor at the University of Southern California Keck School of Medicine, and he is the author of "The Anatomy of Addiction" (Random House, 2016). His mission is to provide a place for patients to be properly diagnosed and treated for addiction. Inspire Malibu ensures the success of each client by combining traditional medicine with modern, evidence-based addiction treatment therapies. Each client's program is customized for their needs with a variety of different treatment options and is dedicated to long-term success through safe and comfortable alcohol and opioid detox treatment, relapse prevention strategies, and dual diagnosis treatment for co-occurring disorders.

Visit to learn more about this Joint Commission accredited addiction recovery center in Agoura Hills and Malibu, California.

Media Contact: 
Rebecca Shub 
Phone: 818-964-7928

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Last updated on: 10/07/2018

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