Wilmington, NC, May 03, 2017 --(PR.com
)-- Today, Dr. Anthony Njapa, a Certified Prescribing Physician through the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration, announces the launch of his new website, www.dranthonynjapa.com, designed to increase the awareness and accessibility of medical-based substance abuse treatment options to those struggling with substance abuse and addiction.
Over the past few years, substance abuse and overdose-related deaths have skyrocketed in our city, state, and across the country. North Carolina has seen one of the largest increases in drug-related deaths during this time. This drastic increase has shifted attention to the widespread epidemic of substance abuse.
For years now, Dr. Anthony Njapa and his entire staff of Certified Medical Assistance have been working with individuals who struggle with addiction. Through partnerships with rehabilitation centers, Dr. Njapa offers medical-based substance abuse treatment in conjunction with traditional rehabilitation. Research has shown that this combination of rehabilitation services drastically reduce the chances of relapse for the patient.
“Addiction is a chronic relapsing disorder that has to be treated with patience and desire,” said Dr. Anthony Njapa.
Now, Dr. Njapa has launched this new website to increase the accessibility of medical-based treatment to those in need. The website will also serve as an educational tool for this new method of substance abuse treatment. Through patience, treatment and the proper vehicle, recovery is possible.
About Dr. Anthony Njapa
As a Certified Prescribing Physician through the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration, Dr. Njapa has been focused on helping individuals battle their addiction to opiates, cocaine, alcohol and other addictive substances for over 7 years. Branching out from traditional substance abuse treatment, Dr. Njapa is leading a new revolution of treatment that uses extremely powerful and highly effective medicine to reverse the debilitating effects of addiction.