The Alternative to Meds Center Launches New Website

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The Alternative to Meds Center (ATMC) launches a new website and with it, more answers for the millions of Americans and people worldwide who suffer first-hand with drug addiction or prescription medication dependency.

SEDONA, Ariz., Dec. 6, 2018 /PRNewswire-PRWeb/ -- Today, the Alternative to Meds Center (ATMC) launches a new website

and with it, more answers for the millions of Americans and people worldwide who suffer first-hand with drug addiction or prescription medication dependency. Different than the other available treatment facilities, the renowned Alternative to Meds Center utilizes the tenets of neurochemistry in assessing each client. Every facet of their eight-week inpatient residential service offerings aligns with the "science" of mental illness and addiction, focusing on a person's physiological markers that not only present a neurobiological deficit but also sets a precursor for chemical dependency.

With the rates of drug and medication relapse at 50 to 70 percent, once a person is caught in the cycle of use and addiction, ATMC knows it's time to take another look at the way we treat people with these conditions and genuinely help them through a more holistic and sustainable approach. Beyond choice, many people find themselves using upon the recommendation of trusted and licensed medical practitioners, with no foreseeable way out. ATMC is committed to changing that.

The new website maintains its original URL,, but includes more in-depth information on the signs, symptoms and withdrawals of illegal drugs, alcohol, and prescription medications. In addition, the new site speaks to those searching for next level care in detox and medication tapering for the client, loved ones of the client and to healthcare professionals who aren't knowledgeable or medically-licensed in addiction treatment and recovery or psychiatric medication tapering.

ATMC Founder Lyle Murphy encapsulates the program this way, "Our goal is to empower and educate our guests in their own recovery by providing them the tools to make healthy and informed decisions about their own health and well-being." They do this by implementing cutting edge scientific techniques to medical and holistic practices presenting the key differentiator to other treatment centers.

Through the use of Environmental Medicine, Biotransformation of Toxic Burden, Heavy Metal Chelation, Targeted Neurotransmitter Repair, Organic Diets with a Nutritionally Ketogenic Focus, Nebulized Glutathione, Acupuncture, Energy Medicine and more, ATMC helps people who have been dependent for years on psychiatric medications (due to mental health conditions, addiction, life traumas) safely detox and taper off them while reigniting the body's natural pain receptors to live a more balanced and drug free life.

With the current opioid epidemic and the astounding number of people already on benzodiazepines for anxiety disorders, the Alternative to Meds Center in Sedona, Arizona stands to be the resolve for many who continue to suffer, blending neuroscience and behavioral health into a synchronized, individualized treatment solution.

Alternative to Meds Center: ATMC is a licensed, 18-bed, luxury, residential holistic mental health, addiction treatment and licensed residential behavioral health facility located in a retreat-like setting in Sedona, Arizona. Founded in 2006, ATMC specializes in helping people remove the toxicity and dependency from alcohol, prescription and recreational drugs through around-the-clock, supervised, tapering withdrawal in a relaxed, loving and safe environment. Through lab testing and other assessments, the Center identifies addictive biochemistry and other root causes for drug dependency. Individualized treatment is designed per client to remove toxins, rebalance body and brain chemistry, and create a new pathway toward natural well-being.


SOURCE Alternative to Meds Center

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