We are a boutique five-star #addictiontreatment, dual-diagnosis, pain-management and #medicalconcierge serving clientele in the US, Canada, Europe, India, Asia, and the Middle East. We are private pay only. [...]Read More
Effective short-term or long-term rehabilitation happens only when a cohesive multidisciplinary team is composed of the highest credentialed prominent seasoned doctors in a symphony of concierge care: this is at the heart [...]Read More
At The Scott © we understand the high-crisis medical circumstances you, your family, or a friend are experiencing. You require a luxury medical detox to include sophisticated care, and medical expertise neatly [...]Read More
Are all luxury inpatient rehab centers red-carpet concierge? No. Moreover, The Scott © is a seasoned expert on this platform. 99% of all center-centric insurance influenced luxury inpatient rehabs are focused on [...]Read More
"I had no idea this type of treatment existed. I am so happy to have found you." ~ Treatment Des Concierge © married couple. [...]Read More
"Our two week intensive treatment model is changing and saving lives, families, and marriages for our clientele." ~ Kat Conway, CEO The Scott [...]Read More
Our clientele hail from around the world. There are no borders with addiction. You are highly educated, refined, concerned families and/or traumatized individuals that desperately want results — our treatment protocols reflect [...]Read More
We at The Scott © know that private payment results in positive proven scientific outcomes for our clientele. Why do we not accept insurance? Simply put, U.S. insurance companies restrict flexibility and [...]Read More
What is a medical detox? A medical detox is an abbreviation for medical detoxification. The definition means a medically assisted alcohol detox, drug detox or opiate detox with a multidisciplinary medical team [...]Read More
Why choose The Scott © luxury medical concierge? Let's begin by telling a little story. There once was a family with a parent that had several surgeries. What the family, and parent [...]Read More
Alcohol detox symptoms carry substantial risk due to the possibility of seizure related to discontinuation. It should ALWAYS be supervised by skilled and experienced professionals. Fortunately, the duration of risk and withdrawal [...]Read More
The longest drug detox withdrawal is associated with benzodiazepine discontinuation. There is great risk of seizure for at least 7-10 days after stopping their use. This also should ALWAYS be monitored by [...]Read More
Opiate-dependent individuals are most fearful of the discomfort associated with an opiate detox. Comfort and inducing adequate sleep are the main goals of our medication regimen. We use a formula of multiple [...]Read More
Rapid detox has many critics. The medical establishment is cautious of a quick fix that has not been compared in peer-reviewed clinical trials with traditional treatments. Director of the center of substance [...]Read More
Alcohol use disorder, especially when one has graduated to alcoholism is a disorder that requires treatment. It is characterized by physical dependence, cravings and an increasing need for larger amounts of alcohol [...]Read More
(ag-uh-ruh-FOE-be-uh) is a type of panic and anxiety disorder. The exact cause of agoraphobia is unknown. Agoraphobic individuals have a severe phobia with leaving their homes or being in unfamiliar surroundings. [...]Read More
If you or your loved one is self-medicating with alcohol or prescription drug addiction they may be masking a co-occurring disorder namely anxiety. Did you know that drinking or ingesting drugs is [...]Read More
Rehab is an abbreviation for rehabilitation. In the field of addiction and mental health rehab is a commonly referred term for a rehab center, addiction rehabilitation, psychiatric rehabilitation, rehabilitation counseling, alcohol rehab, [...]Read More
Is addiction recovery really possible? Absolutely, if you are ready. Your wellness will advance if your family participates even if minimally. There is a tremendous amount of hope, scientific research and treatment [...]Read More
What are the reasons to choose a luxury rehab? The definition of a luxury rehab varies widely. The Scott © luxury rehab endeavors to provide thoughtful and detailed care with every client. [...]Read More
What are the differences between private treatment centers and commercial treatment centers? [...]Read More
Why choose a treatment center on the beach? Since time began the healing powers of mother nature and her waters are curative and calming for human beings. The Scott © has to [...]Read More
It is imperative that I find treatment that best meets the needs of my clients. I have worked with treatment centers around the country and am very familiar with the treatment programs offered. The Scott is incomparable in terms of the multi-disciplinary treatment team, exclusive services offered and amazing location conducive to serenity. All treatment is individually customized to best assure a positive transition to sobriety. Compared to other treatment centers, it is extremely affordable for the services the client receives in return. The Scott is also pet friendly which is so important in recovery.
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The Scott was an invaluable resource in helping coordinate a team that oversaw an extremely complicated and challenging medical detox that had to be done at home. The team has been superb and the ongoing support has continued to fit our situation perfectly. I do not know of any other service that would have been as customized to our needs.
"Before I called The Scott, I knew I was about to die from mass doses of fentanyl in 2 forms prescribed by a doctor for severe chronic and acute pain. Every rehab I called would not accept me, or had unreasonable goals such as detoxing me in a week. I was 21 at the time, none of my doctors/medical professionals had ever seen anyone on as many drugs, and still haven’t. When I asked the prescribing doctor what to do he told me to go to a rehab which would not accept me because there is no frame of reference for the conversions of the transdermal and sublingual medications and fentanyl is so potent. He wanted to remove a rib and promised me a coma detox. I asked “What do you expect me to do, just die on the drugs?” His answer was “Yes”. This was not the first time I was on or off prescribed opiates, oxycontin was a cake walk, dliaudid- no problem, just about everything you can think of including a much smaller dose of fentanyl. I knew I would occasionally need opiates for pain and rapid detox would not be an option. Fentanyl is 90-100 times the potency of morphine, heroin and dilaudid being 5-8x and oxycontin being the same as morphine, roughly. The detox was risky and needed medical supervision that I couldn’t find. My Mother had me write my will and I had almost accepted my death, but I told my Mom how much I wanted to get off and live. Things looked very grim, in a final attempt to find a place my Mom used her smartphone and learned of The Scott. I called Kat that night and with in a few days she had a great doctor and life saving nurse who stayed in my house the whole time I detoxed for almost 2 months. I was green, struggling to walk/stand and they agreed I had about a week left in me. Despite all of this, everything went really well including finishing with suboxone. My nurse said I could stay on suboxone, despite him rarely telling a patient to stay on opiates after a detox. I declined, and now its almost been a year and now I never use opiates at all. This was a total custom detox for me and they came to my house, I was in no shape to fly at that point. There was really no element of mental drug addiction for me, so relapse was not a possibility so I cannot speak to that element of the detox, but the medical care from The Scott was obviously what saved my life. I am in physical therapy now, my nurse says I am doing better than he thought I would do for 3-4 years. I owe all of this to that phone call, it was life or death and about 50 rehabs turned me down, but Kat saw the seriousness of my situation and got me the help I needed to do better than I could have dreamed. I am still in contact with the concierge doctor and nurse, and see them a few times a year at my house. I dont remember much of my detox, which I know is a good thing. I never vomited with enough zofran and I did not throw up once. The detox was well paced enough for me to not get really sick from it, I am convinced it needed to be this personalized because of the unheard of doses of fentanyl. The Scott did exactly that, I am now relatively healthy. They didn’t make me jump through any hoops like going to AA meetings in the middle of detox, and every other facility treated you like a drug addict criminal. I was very well taken care of and not treated like a drug addict for taking my prescribed medications."
"Our goal in treatment is to individualize therapy for each client in a personalized way that aims to not just treat his or her diagnosis, addiction, or complaints with band-aid therapies that aim at the back-end of disease. Instead, we strive to optimize health from the front-end, utilizing next-generation diagnostics and an integrative approach that includes restoring the body’s natural physiology to their optimum state. In short, by restoring vitality at the cellular level and identifying disharmony and restoring proper function to the physiology of the client, success is more easily achieved. That is, we regard success as both achieving long-term freedom from addiction and a vitality that is the result of a more healthy and optimally-functioning biology."
"Addiction and recovery have a long history, and it is easy to get confused and discouraged by the exceptional relapse rates for drug abuse and related addictive spectrum disorders. Advances in the last decade have completely changed how we look at these problems. Traditional medicine and psychology have effectively ignored the many studies showing that addictions are maintained by changes in the brain’s prioritizing system. These changes are immediate, reflexive and instinctual, and rapidly become conditioned to seemingly innocuous events and even moods. In a calm rational state, most addicts are sincere about quitting. However they have difficulty staying that calm all the time, because previously innocuous events and moods now trigger cravings. So addiction sets up an arousal-dependent brain shift, exaggerating the difference between low and high arousals. The Scott Addiction Centers help addicts of all kinds come to grips with this arousal-dependent brain shift in many ways. Research has found with one way that a cloud lifts and addicts have a different connection to their addiction. About 60 to 80 percent of addicts stay in recovery forever, a research finding that is way above the national average of about 20 -30 percent. Recently another form of detoxification has come to the United States. The Russians have been using it for decades with great success. Brain damage is a known – but unspoken- effect of addictive disorders. Among most doctors, it is assumed that once damaged, it is hard to recover. Discoveries in the last decade challenge this assumption, too. The other thing that makes us different is our collaboration with researchers, not just clinicians. The Scott Addiction Centers are among the first to offer these services. That is why I endorse The Scott Addiction Centers."
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"It has been a pleasure and an honor to work with The Scott as part of the After-Care Plan team. Working together with such a sound group of professionals in an effort to ensure the best care for those who are continuing their treatment success has been an amazing experience for me. I feel blessed to have been given this opportunity and look forward to working with more of The Scott clients in the future."
"Kat Conway is a born leader, and as the CEO of The Scott Addiction Centers, she arranges for healers with God-given abilities to help those in need recover from their various addictions. She, her team and her addiction centers are fully dedicated to helping people from all walks of life detox, rebuild, and move forward with their lives."
"The Scott is a rare treatment facility that blends traditional addiction recovery methods with alternative modalities, as well as the latest in technological advances. This coupled with the luxury concept makes it the ideal recovery program for anyone that has a taste for the finer comforts in life and is seeking a forward-thinking and highly customized treatment plan. The Scott’s reputable and respected team of clinicians that provide up to a year of after care is just one of the key reasons to select this top notch retreat that is dedicated to its clients’ lifelong recovery from drug and/or alcohol addiction."