Dr. Darvin Hege, MD, PC, is based in Atlanta, Georgia, and certified by the American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology, and the American Society of Addiction Medicine. He is an Emory Hospital residency trained psychiatrist who has been practicing psychiatry for more than 25 years. He maintains over 50 hours of AMA certified education each year to stay informed of advances in psychiatry.
Confidential diagnosis and treatment. No third-party invasion of your privacy.
Flexible & convenient appointment times. Same-day, weekend and evening appointments available.
Affordable self-pay fees. No insurance company or managed care interferes with your treatment.
Specializes in adult psychiatry, ages 18-64 only.
2150 Peachford Rd
Atlanta, GA 30338
It is usually easier to come off Suboxone than any other narcotic, including methadone. The reason it is easier is because the withdrawal comes on more gradually, tends not to get as severe, but may be stretched out over a longer period of time. There are occasional exceptions, especially if the patient has been on high dose Suboxone for a longer period of time. Occasionally a patient reports that it was harder to get off Suboxone then methadone. Patients that have the easiest withdrawal from Suboxone follow these guidelines:
All these medications should be administered under a physician’s supervision.
If you or someone you love requires help from Suboxone,
contact Dr. Darvin Hege today at 770-458-0007