We should have the NEW FLORIDA STATE CONSENT FORM in draft on our website this weekend. We should also have the DR. CANNABIS CLINIC DISCLOSURE & CONSENT FORM for smokable cannabis also.
If you are interested in the "smokable flower" please print these forms off and initial the forms WITHOUT SIGNING THEM. We will also have them in the office. Please call the office after this weekend, after reviewing the above mentioned forms, to make an appointment so we can request that this be added to your Medical Cannabis registration.This will be done at NO CHARGE.
There are no fees to transfer to our practice; however, you can't have new orders placed until you are seen in the office.
We are a Veteran owned business that offers Veteran's discounts.( $25.00 OFF Certification Fee/$25.00 OFF Re-Certification Fee)
We have Medical Cannabis Gift cards that will save you $50.00 on your first order of Medical Cannabis at participating Dispensaries while supplies last!
Medical marijuana is an effective treatment for chronic pain management. Patients with cancer, Post Traumatic Stress Disorder, Acquired Immune Defiency Syndrome(AIDs), Crohn’s Disease, Glaucoma, Neuropathic pain and other long-term conditions are great candidates for medical marijuana for pain management.
As a registered physicians , we can recommend medical marijuana for our patients. Medical marijuana may enable you to manage your pain in ways that impact and greatly improve your overall quality of life.
Patients that have been diagnosed with cancer, seizures, or severe and persistent muscle spasms are eligible to receive an order for medical marijuana.
Scientific research has shown that medical marijuana may be beneficial for many medical conditions.
Qualifying Conditions for Medical Cannabis
- ALS (Lou Gehrig’s Disease)
- Crohn’s Disease
- Chronic nonmalignant pain
- HIV Positive Status
- Multiple Sclerosis
- Any condition that is a similar type or class of the 11-conditions listed above (for example, “debilitating anxiety and PTSD” would be similar conditions)
- Any terminal condition* diagnosed by a secondary physician diagnosis (i.e. a physician who is not the same physician issuing the medical cannabis recommendation)