Physician Testimonials

Client Testimonials

Angie's Story

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Child Actor, Jeremy Miller’s Story

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Kathrine, Maria & Ricky's Stories

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The Denes Family Story

“Almost 4 years ago, after a long battle with addiction to opioids caused from over prescribing, we understood that the only end to our pain was going to be death. We had already attended many funerals of others who were going through the same thing.

Upon researching, we discovered BioCorRx. They were a game changer! The one-on-one counseling and peer support were exactly what we needed. Having someone I could relate to was imperative for my success. I needed that person to understand, walk me through, and not someone I could relapse with whom I met at a support group. They helped fill in the blanks in addition to treatment and provided the support that was needed to save our family.

Again, this was 4 years ago, and I’ve been clean ever since with not a single relapse! I only wish that others could have found BioCorRx like we did. For them, it’s too late. However, there are others who could benefit from this wonderful company and lives could be saved.

If you, or someone you love is suffering from opioid addiction, you honestly need to give BioCorRx a try and put an end to your nightmare once and for all.”

Provider Testimonial

Leo Allison, Founder, IGotSober, Nebraska

On the origins of IGotSober and connection with BioCorRx:

When I decided that recovery was the route in life I was going to take, I looked at all different programs and once I got put in touch with the BioCorRx program, it really intrigued me.  I’d never heard about it before and the implant was just something at first I just kind of sloughed it off to the side because most medication that I’ve seen unless it’s surrounded by in an intensive recovery program, is just a band-aid.  But once I understood how it worked, talked to Tom and some of the people that have been through the program, it really started to click as to how this could really morph into something that I could get behind 100% and give my all to.  So when I realized the value of the medication and saw that the therapy program was there and I could be an additional help of support and again as I said quite frankly, a key, an absolutely key component, in a recovery program, being a recovery coach, I really started to get excited and took a couple more months putting my ideas onto paper, getting everything done and then opened I Got Sober.  With the underlying program being BioCorRx, but then adding the recovery coaching part of it and we’ve had an awful lot of success, quote-unquote.  I mean success is a relative term. But we’ve had a lot of patients in. I would put the results of our program up against anybody in the country because I know what those are.

About naltrexone and medication-assisted treatment:

 I wasn’t familiar with naltrexone at the beginning, but the more I researched it, the more I talked to people, to both medical professionals and quite frankly, more importantly, the people that that had used it as a tool in their recovery and then once we implement it into our program, I saw a tremendous opportunity that I hadn’t seen really in any other recovery programs with the pellet implant. You know, working 24/7 and what it does is it addresses really the biggest threat to early recovery, and that’s those overwhelming urges, cravings, desires that I need that I have to drink. And that’s what most recovery programs address in those first thirty, sixty, ninety days is just how to go about managing those.  And I think it’s well accepted and I’m a firm believer as well, with probably 95% of the cases there are underlying causes for alcoholism and addiction. You know it’s a manifestation and symptom of underlying causes. So with that overwhelming desire, which causes most people to relapse, neutralized for the most part, for many people it does just disappear, but it’s, I can say, on the whole, it’s definitely neutralized.

So, taking one of the biggest threats to sobriety and basically sidelining it for several months and being able to get into uncovering and discovering what those root causes are for alcoholism or addiction, it allows us to really get some firm footing and some traction in recovery right out of the chute that is, in my estimation, unavailable in most programs.

I wasn’t a big fan of medication-assisted treatment before I found out about this, but through my experience, you’re not going to find a bigger advocate.  Again, why? Because I’ve seen the results.