By Meagan Drillinger
Original Source: healthline.com
The global pandemic has meant a major shift in medical care with more physicians and patients turning to telemedicine for treatment of non-urgent conditions.
In the last 18 months, telemedicine has been used for much more than simple check-ins with the primary care physician, it’s now being used to help with addiction treatment via virtual rehabs.
When you hear the term “rehab,” you may picture clinics where people with addiction go to remove themselves from triggers and focus their energy on 24/7 care and recovery.
But with the rise of telemedicine has come the introduction of telehealth centers that focus specifically on addiction.
With virtual rehabs, patients who live with addiction dial into...click here to continue reading