Your medication plan based on your genome.

Increase the probability of success

We will find the most effective plan for you based on your unique needs and risk factors

With medication, we are able to step in where willpower cannot. Just like other chronic diseases, medications are a necessary component of the treatment. Research shows that 40-60% of AUD or SUD associated with genetics. That’s why we personalize treatment for every patient by conducting genetic evaluations with full genome sequencing and nutrient analyses. 

From our
Dr. Amanda Wilson

One of the most commonly used medications in addiction is naltrexone, which has a reduced effect in 35% of people because of their genetics.

Traditional treatment models have not changed in 90 years, leaving decades of research ignored and dozens of potentially helpful medicines underutilized.  

It is time we started to utilize all of the many available medications for alcohol and substance use disorder.  

You expect genetics to be a part of your treatment plan for other conditions such as cancer. It should be the standard of care in addiction as well.  

Some options we use in treatment


To decreasing alcohol use, also used for sleep problems and chronic pain


To decrease withdrawal symptoms and anxiety, while improving sleep


To decrease anxiety and blood pressure

Balances Brain Chemistry: Similar to how insulin regulates blood sugar, medications in addiction treatments help balance brain neurotransmitters, improving brain function, and overall mental health.

Improves Chances of Success: The use of medications in addiction treatment increases the likelihood of recovery success by 78%, underscoring their role in enhancing treatment outcomes.

Stigma free: Just as no one judges the use of medications for managing high blood pressure, addiction deserves similar non-judgmental treatment approaches. Medications are a crucial part of a comprehensive treatment plan and can be temporary based on individual recovery needs.

Holistic Treatment Approaches: Medications are integrated into holistic treatment strategies that address the whole person rather than just the addiction, highlighting their importance in sustainable recovery.

Long-term Health and Recovery: Emphasizing that the temporary use of medications supports long-term health and recovery, providing hope and improved quality of life for those struggling with addiction.