Continuous, effective, and safe pain management to alleviate detox symptoms
How a Bridge Device Works
Bridge devices are worn behind the ear for 3 to 5 days to alleviate pain and other symptoms associated with opioid withdrawal. These devices block pain signals sent to the brain, making opioid withdrawal easier and safer. Results can be felt within the first 15 to 30 minutes of use.
Note: A Bridge device is not recommended for people who are pregnant, have a pacemaker, or have a history of seizures.
Why Use a Bridge Device?
The Bridge device uses four electrodes to stimulate four nerves located around the ear. The electrical pulses emitted by the Bridge device are not painful. In fact, they block pain reception in the brain.
Unlike some withdrawal assistance medications, a Bridge device is completely non-habit-forming. It is worn for the first few days of opioid detox to manage pain and other symptoms — such as insomnia and anxiety — that could otherwise prompt someone to reuse opioids just to get relief. A Bridge device makes the detox period more bearable, increasing the chances of success.
For best results, a Bridge device should be paired with cognitive behavioral therapy and other substance use treatment protocols. But if you’ve tried to quit before and failed, this is the leg-up you’ve been looking for.
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