We Are a Much Faster, More Effective Drug Rehab

Highly Effective Drug Treatment Starts with the Brain

At Theta Wellness Center, we use a drug-free, scientific, neurological approach to correct chemical imbalances in the brain, which are the root cause of common problems such as drug and alcohol abuse, pornography addiction, eating disorders, depression, anxiety, PTSD, video game addiction, and other unwanted behaviors.

Theta combines several cutting-edge technologies in a single drug rehab program that has been clinically shown to produce results that are up to 3 times faster and 11 times more effective than traditional treatment methods, with a much lower recidivism rate than higher-priced “revolving-door” in-patient or residential drug treatment centers. Some of these treatment tools include:

ThetaChamber℠ sessions
• Binaural audio stimulation
• Visual stimulation
• Vestibular (motion) stimulation
• Whole Body Light Stimulation℠ therapy
• Detoxification
• Relaxation techniques

Unlike counseling or pharmaceutical intervention, these treatments induce the brain’s “Theta” state, signaling the brain to return to normal, healthy production of neurotransmitters like serotonin and dopamine. Results of the treatment include reduced cravings, elevated mood, enhanced well being, and greater self control.

More than 50 years of research, comprising nearly 200 studies dating back to 1959 as well as recent first-hand patient outcomes, have shown Theta’s treatment protocols to be safe and effective. As technology, science and computers have advanced, these treatments have become more practical, less expensive and easier to obtain. They are now available at every comfortable, professional Theta Wellness Center, the most effective drug treatment centers.

Facts About Drug Abuse

According to the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA), 9 out of 10 people who need substance abuse treatment do not get it.

According to the National Institutes on Drug Abuse (NIDA), drug related deaths have more than doubled since the early 1980’s, There are more deaths, illnesses, and disabilities from substance abuse than from any other preventable health condition. Today, one in four deaths is attributable to alcohol, tobacco or illicit drug use.

Relapse rates for addictive diseases usually are in the range of 50% to 90%; however, these rates vary by definition of relapse, severity of addiction, addictive drug, length of treatment, and elapsed time from treatment discharge to assessment, as well as other factors (Adolescent Illicit Drug Use-Understanding and Addressing the Problem 2005).

For example, under traditional care, at one year after stopping opiates, there is an 85% chance of relapse.

According to NIDA, “Addiction changes brain circuitry, making it hard to “apply the brakes” to detrimental behaviors. In the non-addicted brain, control mechanisms constantly assess the value of stimuli and the appropriateness of the planned response. Inhibitory control is then applied as needed. In the addicted brain, this control circuit becomes impaired because of drug use and loses much of its inhibitory power over the circuits that drive responses to stimuli deemed salient.”

In other words, altered brain chemistry is the root of the problem. Any treatment that fails to normalize brain chemistry has little chance of success..