Doctor Ann Arbor, MI
May 1, 2018:
- As of May 1st, we are requiring records from your current doctor/provider in order to be seen.
- If you do not have a provider, we will need to set up an interview with you first.
- NOTE: our emails to you by web browser are encrypted. However, YOUR EMAILS SENT TO US DEPEND ON THE SECURITY OF YOUR EMAIL PROVIDER AND MAY NOT BE ENCRYPTED. IF YOU WISH FOR YOUR EMAILS TO BE ENCRYPTED, PLEASE GO TO www.hushmail.com AND ESTABLISH A HUSHMAIL ACCOUNT WHICH WILL ENCRYPT YOUR EMAILS TO US.
- Please contact us directly at email@example.com or (734) 368-9871.
- You can also use our "contact us" form.
- This week, we are open:
- Tuesday 5/15/18, 0930 to 1130 and 130 to 430
- Wednesday 5/16/18, 130 to 600
- Friday 05/18/18, 1000 to 1130 and 130 to 400
- The following week (May 21-25) we are closed.
- The following week, we are open:
- Tuesday 5/29/18, 0930 to 1130 and 130 to 430
- Wednesday 5/30/18, 130 to 600
- Friday 06/01/18, 130 to to 430
- If you believe your appointment date/time is wrong, or you have forgotten your appointment, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
- We are now offering treatment of alcohol dependence with the Sinclair Method (oral Naltrexone).
- We are asking that everyone communicate with us via email at email@example.com.Please see the warning regarding email encryption above.
- If you do not have email, or do not wish to use unencrytped email, we will try and reach you by phone but can only make a limited number of attempts. We will send a response by encrypted email that opens in your web browser.
- In order to accommodate the increased numbers of patient requests, we are requesting that all patients who are seeking treatment for chemical dependence (including Sinclair Method patients) come by and complete our paperwork and do lab testing prior to an appointment with one of our providers. We will post our hours every Friday for the following week when you can come by and see us. If you want, you can complete the form ahead of time (see FORMS) but we will still need to see you.
- We are now offering Naltrexone Injection (Vivitrol) for treatment of opioid dependence!! Medicaid covers this service.
- Medicaid is not paying for Buprenorphine (Suboxone, Zubsolv) for chronic pain. Because of this, we are unable to take Medicaid patients for chronic pain.
- VISIT OUR BLOG AT: www.christensenrecovery.wordpress.com for the latest info on our office and health information.
What we offer:
-buprenorphine (Suboxone/Zubsolv), vivitrol (naltrexone), sinclair method, alcohol detox, benzo detox.
Chronic pain medication management & pain medication detox-warning about not providing narcotics without a planned taper, etc.
Addiction management during pregnancy
Pain medication management during pregnancy
Christensen Recovery Services
Carl W. Christensen, MD, PhD
Cathy M. Christensen, MSN, FNP-C