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Dual Diagnosis, Youths And Drug & Alcohol Addiction : 03/08/2017

Enterhealth, a premier alcohol and drug addiction treatment company, recently had the honor of hosting the “Enterhealth and Eating Recovery Center Luncheon,” featuring speakers from each organization. Representing Enterhealth was chief medical strategist Harold Urschel, M.D., MMA. Speaking for Eating Recovery Center of Dallas, an international center for eating disorder recovery, was medical director Stephanie Setliff, M.D.
 

Drug & Alcohol Addiction Treatments, Health & Wellness After Addiction, Life in Recovery After Addiction : 01/31/2017

By Dr. Susana Mendez
Clinical Director, Enterhealth Outpatient Center of Excellence
 
At Enterhealth, we’re always looking for ways to enhance our medically-based treatment programs to suit the specific needs and wants of our clientele. In recent years, there has been a surge of interest in the techniques used in traditional Chinese medicine (TCM). However, since many people are unfamiliar with TCM and its potential benefits, we would like to explain them a bit, as well as how Enterhealth is using TCM to enhance our alcohol and drug addiction treatment.
 

Family Support & Help, Health & Wellness After Addiction, Life in Recovery After Addiction : 12/19/2016

Spotting Signs of a Problem in a Loved One and How to be Sensitive to Family Members in Recovery
 
With many families gathering together for celebrations, the holidays are a special time of year. At Enterhealth – a premier drug and alcohol addiction treatment company – we understand that this period can also be one of the most stressful times of the year. That holiday stress can drive people to self-medicate, whether it’s with alcohol, marijuana, prescription pills or other substances.
 

Drug & Alcohol Addiction Treatments, Health & Wellness After Addiction, Life in Recovery After Addiction : 11/28/2016

Giving patients the keys to a successful recovery
 
Abusing substances such as alcohol and illicit drugs impacts the brain in many ways, and advanced diagnostic imaging technology shows us that heavy, chronic abuse results in a significant alteration of brain activity. The brainwaves become out of synch, much like an orchestra with instruments that are out of tune – or playing the wrong song altogether. Neurofeedback therapy offers a way to return the brainwaves back to their proper state.