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Dr. Charles A. Buscema

Dr. Charles A. Buscema

Addiction Medicine and General Psychiatry

Dr. Buscema is currently the Medical Director of SequelCare of Florida where he engages in the treatment of children, adolescents and adults in a general psychiatric setting. In addition, he is Medical Director for several detoxification and rehabilitation facilities in Florida and also liaisons as Medical Director for Halfway houses and IOP programs for post-acute treatment intervention.

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What some of our patients have said about us:

Dr. Buscema is a very helpful doctor. He actually cares about his patients. He tries to help you with what it is you need. He seems to actually care. He gets to know you and it’s easy to talk to him. His staff is very friendly and does a great job scheduling, taking phone calls, payments, processing prior authorizations in a very timely manner.

A.R.

Opioid Detoxification Treatment Patient.

I have made several positive changes in my life since receiving treatment with Dr. Buscema. My physical health, self-esteem and confidence levels have improved greatly. He is helping me to discover life without drugs. 

K.B.

Drug Rehabilitation Treatment.

Addiction Treatment Doctor Offering Opiate Addiction Treatment in Florida

If you have an opiate addiction, getting the help you need to overcome the problem can be a challenge. Many people feel unable to commit to a residential opiate withdrawal treatment, as they have work to go to or caring responsibilities. Others feel that an opiate replacement prescription just isn’t going to be enough to make their morphine detox or Suboxone withdrawal a success. In these circumstances and more, our heroin withdrawal treatment can work exceptionally well.

Outpatient Suboxone Treatment Which Combines Mental and Physical Assistance

Our doctor for addiction treatment believes that medication to lessen the side effects of opiate addiction should be combined with an appropriate talking therapy in order to achieve the best results. Often, addiction and mental health problems are interlinked; our addiction psychiatrist aims to offer a holistic treatment that helps every patient towards improved mental and physical well-being.

Opiate Withdrawal Drug Addiction Treatment

Our programs for Opiate addiction detox and benzo detox are tailored to meet the individual needs of our patients. On arrival, we complete a thorough assessment and examination. This information enables us to come up with an individualized treatment that stands a good chance of success. The addiction treatment we offer include family counseling when needed, helping your family to help you when it comes to an opiate free lifestyle.

Benzo Withdrawal and Oxycontin Rehab Treatment in Florida

If you’re looking for cost-effective Suboxone detox and other opiate addiction programs, we’re here for you. We aim to make our treatment options as accessible as we can, adopting an outpatient model in order to ensure as many people as possible are able to benefit. To find out more about what we can offer or get in touch with our sympathetic, compassionate team to book an appointment, call us at (772) 618-0505.

Out-Patients Program

Out-Patients Program

Outpatient programs primarily intended to transition patients from dependence on opiate medication to therapeutic alternatives such as Suboxone therapy which is intended to stabilize the cravings and withdrawal symptoms until the patient reaches comfortable maintenance.

One-On-One Sessions

One-On-One Sessions

Dr. Charles Buscema dedication will exceed any expectations. He will go above and beyond to meet with the person in-need  at a personal level with multiple and extensive one-on-one sessions.

Family Sessions

Family Sessions

We believe that addiction affects not only the patient but also the people who love and care for them.
Our family service helps communicate and acknowledge the recovery process for all the members involved.

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