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Problems With Fentanyl We Can Help You!

Sublocade is now available, a monthly buprenorphine injection,
to help combat Opioid Addiction.
Ask us about this new medication.

Meet The Doctor

I believe in the team approach to medical care. It’s essential that both the doctor and patient participate in medical decisions as partners.
Good communication skills are vital. I listen to each patient and try to treat them as if they were a family member. Patients in my practice never feel rushed for time.

What You Can Expect

You will not find a better doctor anywhere to help with your treatment.
If you are addicted or think you are addicted to painkillers or other opiate like substances such as heroin you are not alone. I can help!
If a family member or someone you know is addicted, you are not alone and you need to know that I can help.

Where we are

I realize that one of the great fears of people in this situation is fear of public and familial exposure.
Exclusive one-on-one sessions
Absolute Total Anonymity
Call today 949-588-8775

Dr. Bruce Seligsohn

A Suboxone doctor in Mission Viejo, Ca

Drug Addiction Treatment In Mission Viejo, Orange County, CA

Addiction Is A Disease

We believe that addiction is a disease. Our Suboxone (buprenorphine) program is a drug treatment program that is a safe, effective way to treat addiction


clients who are looking to withdraw from opiates can do so safely and comfortably through the use of Suboxone, a medication that virtually stops withdrawal symptoms from opiate drugs such as Vicodin, heroin, codeine, morphine, and OxyContin.


For dependence on short-acting opioids, like heroin or prescription painkillers, SUBOXONE Film, which contains buprenorphine and naloxone, may be recommended to help you begin and maintain continuity of treatment


Once mild symptoms are present, the patient is given a dose of Suboxone. It is important that Suboxone not be given until mild symptoms show, as it could actually precipitate withdrawal symptoms if given too early. During the first day, the dosage is adjusted to a point where it suppresses the withdrawal symptoms. The goal is to virtually stop all withdrawal symptoms within the first 4 to 6 hours.

The best Suboxone Doctor in Orange County