Intravenous Treatment For Drug and Alcohol Addiction Begins Focus Towards Expansion
Released on: February 15, 2008, 3:16 pm
Press Release Author: Tamea Sisco / Excel Treatment Program
Press Release Summary: Possibilities for Recovery Broaden
Press Release Body: Tamea Sisco, certified addictionologist , scientific advisor, and clinical director of Excel Treatment Program has announced that she and Excel will begin to intensify their focus towards the expansion of "Tigers" treatment. "There is no doubt that this incredible therapy has literally saved thousands of lives." States Sisco, "We feel that it is our obligation to make this breakthrough treatment available to as many people who suffer with the agony of addiction as we possibly can." "Tigers" (or TGGRS) stands for Third Generation Genetic Repair System (patent pending). The treatment has been generating a greater than 80% success rate for the clients of Excel. The Treatment focuses on an obscure brain cell receptor found in the human brain which are a subclass of the super family of receptors called G-protein coupled receptors, which are made from amino acids. "The specific receptor in question which is damaged in addiction is made up of 466 amino acids and found on the surface of only one in a million brain cells." Explains Sisco, "By administering the correct peptides and amino acids, in the correct proportion to repair this receptor, we are able to control addiction cravings." While the current localized availability of the therapy has been frustrating to many, it hasn't stopped everyone who has wished to benefit from it's effects. Those with addictions ranging from alcoholism to prescription drug addiction have traveled to Denver, Colorado from around the country, even internationally to undergo the outpatient treatment consisting of ten to twenty painless intravenous drips. Each session lasts between 3 and 4 hours, with supportive modalities being administered simultaneously. "We are excited about the idea of making this opportunity for recovery accessible everyone. And with these first steps, we hope to make this vision a reality."
Web Site: http://exceltreatment.com
Contact Details: Excel Treatment Program 1660 S. Albion St. Ste. 420 Denver, Co. 80222