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Kentucky Company Brings Innovative Out-Patient Treatment Program to Central Kentucky, Creates Fast and Effective Treatment for Drug Addiction and Alcoholism


SOMERSET, Ky., Nov. 27, 2018 /PRNewswire/ -- Bridgeway Wellness Group, LLC has opened the Bridgeway Institute - Kentucky. With nearly a decade of experience in treating hundreds of patients with drug and alcohol addiction, the Bridgeway Institute of Pensacola, has affiliated with Bridgeway Wellness Group, a Kentucky company, to open and develop up to 20 clinics in the US over the next two years. The initial clinic in Somerset, KY is strategically located to serve the needs of clients in Kentucky and its surrounding states.

The Bridgeway Institute protocols are an out-patient program centered around the use of NAD+. NAD (nicotinamide adenine dinucleotide) is a vital coenzyme naturally found in all living cells. High doses of NAD+ given intravenously (IV) have been successfully used to help treat drug and alcohol addiction as well as PTSD, depression and other neurological disorders. This cellular level treatment when used collaboratively with other resources has proven to be a highly effective way to treat a variety of medical problems.

Facing Addiction, a national organization focused on helping with addiction states,  "One out of three households are impacted by addiction.  Addiction costs over $500 billion per year and one person, usually a young adult, dies every 4 minutes from this problem." Kentucky, along with many of it its surrounding states leads the way for opioid abuse and deaths.

Bridgeway Institute provides a unique and individualized treatment plan for every client and has shown remarkable success in its outcomes.

Bridgeway Institute - Kentucky has chosen Melissa Dye, BSN. as its Clinic Director and Dr. Brock Barnes, MD as Medical Director.

As Clinical Director, Dye, knows first-hand of drugs' devastating effects, having lost her son, Daris, to the power of this addiction.  Dye is very well known as a speaker on the effects of drug addiction. As the founder of Project Daris, Dye created a drug awareness program to educate elementary school children on the dangers of drugs.

Dr.Barnes, Medical Director of the Bridgeway Institute - Kentucky, is a dedicated and highly respected expert in the field of substance abuse.  Dr. Barnes, working both in family and emergency medicine, along with his work at the VA, has first-hand knowledge on how addiction can affect all members of a family.

By working with Bridgeway Institute, both Dye and Barnes hope to give people an exciting new choice and certainly a new option for their future wellness.

Contact: Melissa Dye, BSN
(833) 462-3457

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