Dr. A. Waismann, DEVELOPER OF ANR
Dr. Waismann developed the foundation of rapid detox in the ’90s.
Over the years, he redefined the objectives and therapeutic goals of treating opiate dependency and the results were outstanding.
Unlike Rapid Detox, ANR evolved to focus treatment around evidence-based medicine.
ANR allows opioid-dependent patients to have normal lives without the continuous threat of relapse and failure.
Detox and Rapid Detoxification have become outdated.
Modulation or regulation of the endorphin receptors system is the new standard of treatment for opioid dependence.
Accelerated Neuro Regulation (ANR) is the new generation of treatment.
With ANR, we succeeded to eliminate cravings and have raised the safety standards, allowing us to treat even the most difficult cases of opioid addiction.
We would be glad to share our experience with responsible colleagues that are still performing rapid detox treatments in order to help them improve their practices and provide patients with the newest advancement in treatment, Accelerated Neuro-Regulation.
The ANR method reverses withdrawals and cravings in an effective, safe and humane way. Advanced medicine can do just that.
Dr. Waismann, has 30 years of Experience in the addiction field. He is continuously called on to consult physicians and medical professionals around the world.
Dr. Waismann has been recognized by the United States federal government for extraordinary achievements demonstrated by sustained international work in opioid dependency.
To allow opioid dependent patients to enjoy the benefits of modern medicine, to educate patients and doctors into the new reality that opioid dependency is no longer a chronic illness.
To bring our knowledge, experience and achievements in the field of opioid dependency to other medical institutions, until our treatment approach becomes widely available.
Our unprecedented results and achievements would not have been possible without our basic values:
- We fight the illness. never the patient.
- Scientific excellence
- Continuous research and improvement
Individuals with Dependencies
Treatment Centers in Europe, Israel and now in the US