Tobacco Addiction Treatment
|Nicotine Replacement (patches, gum, inhalers)||25-30%|
|Cut Out Smoking’s Nicotine Blocking Medicine||80-90%|
Gracer Behavioral Heath Services now offers a highly successful stop smoking program, Cut Out Smoking, serving men and women in South and East Bay communities.
The program combines specific non-nicotine medications to manage nicotine cravings with a behavioral support program to help you deal with the emotional stress of trying to stop smoking.
If you're you seriously ready to quit smoking, you can:
- Crush your physical addiction to smoking—without withdrawal discomfort.
- Leave the office after a single treatment—without the urge to smoke.
If you're seeking nicotine addiction treatment in Oakland or another Bay Area community, come meet Dr. Richard Gracer. He's helped many Northern Califorina men and women finally kick their tobacco habit for good. Contact us and get started now.
Nearly 95 percent of smokers who try to quit without help— fail. So don’t try to depend upon will power alone.
Our one-time medical treatment has worked for thousands of smokers since 1986. We use FDA approved medicines that block nicotine receptor sites and prevent withdrawal messages from reaching your brain, making it easier to quit smoking that you ever thought possible.
The Cut Out Smoking Program provides:
- Powerful tools to address your nicotine dependence
- Special medications to cope with overwhelming cravings—the hardest part of quitting smoking
- A four-week support group, lead by a therapist, to help conquer your emotional dependence
Get more details about the Cut Out Smoking Program.
Call 925.277.1100 or send an email for a confidential consultation. For patients in greater Bay Area cities like San Jose and Oakland, nicotine addiction treatment at Gracer Medical Group can help where other programs have failed. The office is located on Norris Canyon Road in San Ramon, close to Walnut Creek, Danville, Dublin and Pleasanton.
2- Safety and efficacy of an anticholinergic injection used in a community smoking cessation clinic a community smoking cessation clinic. Kirk G. Voelker, MD, presentation, American College of Chest Physicians, October 25, 2004