NAD+ BRAIN RESTORATION THERAPY Setting you up for success.

NAD+ Treatment Process

Our Physician prescribes Nicotinamide Adenine Dinucleotide (NAD+) to be administered intravenously under the supervision of our trained medical staff. Our licensed clinicians work closely with you to manage any symptoms that may arise throughout withdrawal.

All of our treatments are outpatient procedures, and a course of NAD+ typically requires 10 (or more) sessions to ensure complete results. At the end of treatment, patients report a great reduction or complete absence of cravings. This type of therapy assists by increasing mental clarity with improved focus, higher energy levels and improvement in mood.

This treatment is not a cure or a substitute for recovery. It is the beginning of your journey towards healing. The underlying issues that led to your substance abuse must still be resolved. Once the brain is restored to optimal functioning, you can stop the self-destructive behavior and better engage in your recovery process. When our treatment is combined with ongoing coaching and counseling, patients are able to make a life-long recovery.

If you’re concerned about the nature of the treatment or the risk of withdrawal, please be reassured in knowing that licensed clinicians are available throughout your treatment to respond to any medical or psychiatric emergencies that could potentially arise.

Other Conditions

For treatment for a non-addiction disorder, such as stress or anxiety, you will receive a shorter treatment schedule that is determined during your assessment and orientation.

Concomitant Disorders

During treatment, our medical staff may determine that you have a concomitant disorder. This means that in addition to your addiction diagnosis, there is an accompanying emotional or psychiatric issue. Our team helps you to understand how these different diagnoses interact, and assists you with a referral to our professional mental health partners for intake screenings, diagnostic evaluations, individual and group therapy, and continued care planning.