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Medication assisted opioid addiction treatment.
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Why Choose Us

Why Choose QuickMD for Online Addiction Treatment?

Daily Availability, Including Weekends.

On-Demand or Same-Day Appointments.

Certified Providers for Effective Treatment.

Affordable, Patient-Centric Care.

What is Medication for Opioid Use Disorder?

Medication-assisted treatment for opioid use disorder (MOUD) is an effective strategy that combines medication with counseling and behavioral therapy to treat substance use disorders. One of the most promising medications for opioid use disorder is buprenorphine-naloxone HCL (Suboxone).
This medication helps alleviate withdrawal symptoms, reduce cravings, and manage pain, proving highly effective in treating addiction and dependency on various substances. Studies also show that this treatment method is effective for patients addicted to Kratom and Tianeptine.

How to Get Connected to QuickMD's Online Healthcare Services

Our platform connects you with experienced addiction medicine providers, breaking down barriers to treatment. We ensure that help is available when and where you need it, accessible from your phone, tablet, or computer.

Your well-being is our priority, and we offer affordable options to empower you to seek the help you deserve.

$99 Per Consultation

*QuickMD does not accept health insurance

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Accessible Care At Anytime

QuickMD provides comprehensive high-quality care in 47 states while focusing on low cost care options. We want care to be accessible, affordable, and easy to obtain. Your community provider, available seven days a week, all from the comfort of your home!

F. A. Q

Frequently Asked Questions

Here are some of our most frequesntly asked questions we get from patients

QuickMD offers truly remote, telemedicine-based addiction services. The DEA allows certified providers to prescribe buprenorphine (Suboxone) through telemedicine without an initial in-person visit. This applies to existing and new patients. Keep in mind that there are certain states that require a yearly in-person visit to continue receiving addiction treatment via telemedicine. Please visit our in-person clinics page for more information.

A QuickMD MOUD visit costs $99 (medication cost excluded) and will be conducted via video or telephone. If your provider determines that MOUD is right for you, they will write you a prescription. The price of the medication depends on the pharmacy you choose and your insurance coverage. 

Although tianeptine is not an opioid itself, tianeptine binds to and acts as an agonist at the mu opioid receptor, the same type of activity caused by opioid drugs.  An article in the Journal of Addiction Medicine reports “Chronic daily use of tianeptine may represent tianeptine use disorder, which can have a clinical course consistent with opioid use disorder, including the development of impaired control, functional impairment, tolerance, and withdrawal. It is appropriate to consider medications (like buprenorphine) for opioid use disorder for the management of tianeptine use disorder.” Click here to read the article. Kratom dependency and addiction can also be treated successfully with the use of buprenorphine (Suboxone).

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