The Realities of Prescribing and Taking Meds for Alcohol Problems

Dr. Sack is featured in an article on Rehabs.com about a study about prescribing medicine to treat alcoholism. In “The Realities of Prescribing and Taking Meds for Alcohol Problems” Dr. Sack offers  insight on acamprosate and naltrexone explaining that acamprosate is not effective for most clients and instead prefers to use naltrexone. Additionally, Dr. Sack also notes that some Promises physicians use topiramate, which is typically prescribed for AUDs and other psychological problems.  Read the entire article here.

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