Welcome to Dr. Kloda’s solo private practice specializing in addiction medicine. Dr. Kloda offers a one-on-one treatment program for all alcohol and drug addictions. His treatment philosophy is that addiction treatment needs to be individualized. He does not subscribe to a one size fits all type of alcohol and drug addiction treatment.
Dr. Kloda offers discreet, private, and one-on-one treatment in a beautiful office at Columbus Circle. He offers concierge style treatment with long appointments and minimal waiting times. Dr. Kloda offers flexible office hours that include weekends and evenings. House calls are available as well. He currently provides treatment for alcohol and drug addictions to patients from New York, New Jersey, Connecticut, and Philadelphia.
HELP FOR WITHDRAWING FROM DRUG ADDICTIONS
Dr. Kloda offers detoxification for people with drug and alcohol addictions. He offers at home drug addiction help. Medical detoxification is medically supervised withdrawal. In medical detox, a drug that is the same or similar to the one being abused is started at a high dose, then gradually tapered down to zero. Have you ever wondered, “What can help for withdrawing from drug addictions?”
Dr. Kloda is an expert in the outpatient medical detoxification of alcohol, opioid addiction (e.g. Oxycontin, oxycodone, Percocet, Vicodin, and Lortab), opiate addiction (e.g. Heroin and Morphine), as well as benzodiazepines (“benzos”) such as Xanax, Klonopin, Ativan, and Valium. Dr. Kloda is particularly skilled with Xanax medical detox. While there is no medical detox for cocaine and methamphetamine addictions, Dr. Kloda treats these addictions as well using the most current methods of addiction psychotherapy.
ADDICTION PSYCHOTHERAPY AT ALL OFFICE VISITS
Dr. Kloda provides addiction psychotherapy at all offices visits. He does not only prescribe medications. Dr. Kloda provides addiction psychotherapy using the most current methods of motivational interviewing. He provides addiction psychotherapy that is collaborative and non-confrontational. Dr. Kloda guides patients to find their own internal motivation for change and resolve ambivalence about drug and alcohol use. He also teaches ways to cope with cravings, as well as correct maladaptive thought processes and behaviors that lead to drug and alcohol use.