The Coleman Institute Welcomes New Affiliate In Indianapolis, Indiana

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“I am very concerned about the nationwide substance abuse crisis and pleased to be affiliated with The Coleman Institute to treat opioid dependence with non-addictive medications in my community,” shares Dr. Klim.

The Coleman Institute announced today its newest affiliate, Peter Klim, DO, MS in the Indianapolis, Indiana area. The Coleman Institute is a leader in the field of opioid use disorder treatment, and is proud to welcome Dr. Klim to the team of experienced addiction treatment professionals. Dr. Klim and his team will offer a full range of treatment services including Accelerated Opiate Detox, Naltrexone therapy and long-term care planning to those seeking recovery in the Indianapolis area.

Originally from New York City, Dr. Klim completed his residency in anesthesiology and fellowship in pain medicine at Indiana University in Indianapolis and has been practicing in Central Indiana for over ten years. Double board-certified in anesthesiology and pain medicine, he is committed to providing his patients with personalized care and the most advanced interventional pain treatments available. His professional interests include not only cutting edge pain management techniques, but also the treatment of opioid use disorder, which can often develop from the treatment of pain with pharmacological interventions. Dr. Klim currently treats opioid dependent patients in collaboration with local behavioral health clinics, and will now be able to offer treatment services within his existing office.

“I am very concerned about the nationwide substance abuse crisis and pleased to be affiliated with The Coleman Institute to treat opioid dependence with non-addictive medications in my community,” shares Dr. Klim.

Dr. Peter Coleman, founder and National Medical Director for The Coleman Institute stated, “As we work in service of our mission to bring evidence-based treatment to those in need, partnerships with physicians like Dr. Klim are critically important. The need for opioid use disorder treatment is growing at alarming rates, and our affiliated physicians allow us to bring hope and freedom to those suffering from opiate addiction all across the country.”

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