The BioCorRx® Recovery Program is comprehensive, so as to provide each one of program participant the highest opportunity for success. In addition to utilizing medicine to address the physical and neurobiological aspect of the disease, program participants will engage in intensive and individualized one-on-one sessions with licensed drug and alcohol counselors (most of whom are recovered addicts.) As discussed above, to obtain and maintain sobriety, the physical AND the psychosocial/behavioral aspect of addiction must be addressed. The naltrexone implant is a very effective tool that, in some people, virtually eliminates the physical cravings for an extended period of time. Once physical cravings are suppressed, the individual can then focus entirely on the equally important and difficult psychosocial aspect of the recovery. Study after study indicates that medical therapy in combination with counseling is superior to medical therapy or counseling alone. It is critical to understand that addiction is a lifelong struggle. Our program has remarkable success in assisting to accomplish sobriety in the vast majority of program participants. Once successfully enrolled in our program, and liberated from the shackles of alcohol or drug addiction, we strongly encourage and endorse long-term participation in support groups (12-step, or otherwise) to maintain personal focus, lifelong surveillance, and to offer a helping hand to others that fight a similar struggle.
IMPORTANT: Many program participants receiving the implant may feel that they are “cured” in a couple of months due to the effectiveness of the implant and therefore, do not remain as dedicated to their counseling sessions. There is no known cure for addiction. The implant is a very effective tool to relieve the burden of hyper-focused cravings but the psycho-social and behavioral component of the disease must be modified or relapse is almost certain. Clinics using the program have reported a very high success rate with those who completed the entire counseling portion of the program and much lower success rates with those who DO NOT complete the program. The Counseling is critical to success.