The Opioid Alternative

Sixteen million people worldwide, including over three million in the United States alone, suffer from opioid use disorder. With the onset of the pandemic, these numbers have reached epidemic proportions, as millions more – out of work, out of touch with friends and family, lacking sleep and fearful of dying – turned to mind altering drugs to cope.

We forget that depression, anxiety, pain, and sleep dysfunction were already overwhelming challenges for millions before the current crisis. Unfortunately, the medications commonly prescribed for these problems are equally as addictive as opioids with substantial side effects.

This book offers insights, with simple and effective techniques that anyone can learn; you simply need the motivation to feel better. The doctor will teach you to enhance your body’s innate ability to produce these “feel good” hormones, naturally.

Dr. Scott Fried, a surgeon, as well as internationally recognized author, has devoted his medical career to teaching patients that there are simple and effective alternatives to drugs and surgery.

Join the Doctor to learn “Medical Meditation,” and uncover the alternative solutions that you never knew existed. Learn how to use less medication, sleep better, and even have surgery – the easy way!

Please fill out the form below to access your free audio download with Dr. Fried for The Opioid Alternative. The book’s ISBN number can be found in the front on the copyright page. A link to the mp3 audio download will be emailed to you once you submit the form. All you need to do then is download it to your itunes, and you are ready to listen.

About Dr. Scott Fried

Through his decades of practice as a board certified orthopedic surgeon helping thousands of patients, Dr. Fried has developed a “surgery as a last resort” approach to treating neck, arm and hand injuries.

He is a fellowship trained hand surgeon and upper extremity surgeon, as well as a specialist in treating nerve pain. He believes in teaching patients to heal using nutrition, exercise, standard and alternative therapies, splints and medical devices, lifestyle modifications, and relaxation techniques such as meditation and self-hypnosis