ANR is the only treatment that treats the root of your opioid dependency.

Dr. Waismann’s Accelerated Neuro-Regulation treats both opioid dependency and its symptoms. The treatment reverses dependency on heroin, methadone, Suboxone, Subutex, and other prescription opioid medications using a safe, effective, and humane treatment. ANR is a method that addresses the fundamental pathophysiological changes caused by opiate dependency. In other words, ANR addresses the physical and psychological symptoms caused by dependence.

The ANR method’s therapeutic goal is returning the central nervous system into balance by modulating it to decrease receptor production and allowing the body to resume proper endorphin production, while also permitting the metabolizing and elimination of unnecessary exogenous opioids.

Dr. Waismann’s Accelerated Neuro-Regulation has given hope to 24,000 patients worldwide. It has shattered an archaic conventional approach of replacement therapy, long-term in-house rehabilitation, and detoxification with the new gold standard– ANR. 

The ANR Treatment - Step by Step

The therapeutic goal of the ANR Treatment is endorphin system repair. This process ensures real and lasting results freeing the patients from the cycle of dependency. The treatment is broken down into 4 steps

Preparation: Pre-Admission

During this time the medical team will work with the patient and their loved ones to improve the patient’s overall health, lifestyle, adjust their opioid dosing and prepare them for the procedure.

Modulation: Hospital Admission & Procedure

Morning- admission, lab work, comprehensive clinical evaluation & pre-medication

Noon- procedure, patients are sedated for approximately 4-5 hours

Evening- 1st stage of recovery, continuous evaluation, and endorphin-receptor balance fine-tuning, if required

 Next day- being physical activity & eating, most patients will be discharged from the hospital 

Stabilization: Post- Discharge Follow-Ups

Initial follow-ups are done face-to-face in order to help the patient stabilize their now recovered endorphin system. Patients are educated on the importance of physical activity, proper diet and intellectual stimulation as well as being given tools to start their system optimization.

Optimization: Follow-Ups

As the patient returns home, they will work together with the ANR team to optimize the endorphin system for a lasting recovery and healthy, fulfilling life.