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Dr. Krishna panel is a renowned doctor and practicing psychiatrist in Wisconsin, having specialization in addiction treatment. He is well known for being the Na…
Dr. Krishna panel is a renowned doctor and practicing psychiatrist in Wisconsin, having specialization in addiction treatment. He is well known for being the National Co-Administrator of the Drug Treatment center in Milwaukee, and serving as Medical Director for Alaskan Drug rehab facilities. He is an esteemed physician with a degree in Psychology from University of Wisconsin, treating both addicted and non-addicted patients, and is Board Certified in Mental Health Medicine and Addiction Services.
The reason for his association with the Alaskan Drug rehab centers is that he was very close to Leary and Brown, who are some of the leading drug abuse doctors in the world. The close working relationship Leary had with Dr. Pandey surely benefited both men, as Dr. Pandey assisted Leary in treating his patients, and Leary used the services of the Pandey clinic for the treatment of those addicted to cocaine or alcohol. When compared to the other drug abuse clinics in Milwaukee, this clinic stands out for its excellent treatment of addicted patients, with special attention given to the problem of opiate dependency. Even though Dr. Pandey does not prescribe any form of medication here, his approach to treatment is completely different from the others. In fact, this is the only clinic in the entire country that practices an entire system of outpatient treatment for drug abuse, thereby treating the patient completely at his own convenience without undergoing any sort of medical supervision.
People suffering from addiction to cocaine, alcohol, methamphetamines, and crack, etc can be treated in the outpatient facility. Patients do not require any special admission when they come to the OCTS; they are admitted under the usual symptoms of withdrawal such as restlessness, irritability, sleeplessness, etc., and after giving them proper medical treatment, they are released home. However, if the patient requires inpatient treatment, he will be referred to a residential facility that is managed by the Clinical Mental Health Service. However, if the patient requires outpatient treatment, he will be referred to a specialized center like the Suboxone Clinic. The purpose of both the settings is to give the patient a chance to recover completely.