Difficult Symptoms, Safe Solutions
Safe Medical Marijuana in Gainesville, Florida
THERAPY TAILORED TO IMPROVE MANY TYPES OF CONDITIONS
Useful information about applying for your Medical Marijuana Card!
- New patients (and their caregivers) who do not have a terminal illness
- New patients (and their caregivers) who have a terminal illness
- Logging into the Registry for the first time as a full-time Florida resident
- Logging into the Registry for the first time as a seasonal Florida resident
- Logging into the Registry for the first time if you don’t have a Florida ID
Visit the The Florida Department of Health Office of Medical Marijuana Use (OMMU) for more instructional guides.
MEDICAL MARIJUANA TREATMENT
At Advanced Pain Medical Center, we believe that all viable treatment avenues should be explored. This includes considering the use of medical marijuana (medical cannabis) in certain treatment scenarios. We have found great success utilizing this innovative treatment option.
A report released by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) shows that about 50 million Americans have chronic pain. Approximately 20 million of them suffer from high-impact chronic pain, which frequently limits work or life activities.
Medical Marijuana Gainesville Introduction
The number of opiate prescriptions in the US is staggering. Doctors and researchers are exploring alternative treatment options for pain, including medical cannabis. We believe that marijuana, in doses that allow less pain and more function, is the future of medicine. It is not about getting high; it is about getting better.
For each patient, we individualize the route and strength of cannabis that matches your needs in an effort to maximize results, minimize side effects, and increase your function.
If you have an appointment to discuss medical marijuana treatment, please download, print, and complete the Medical Marijuana Consent Form.
All you need to know about medical marijuana treatment Gainesville, Fl:
“I was on high-dose fentanyl (100 mcg), as well as two other opiate medications. After six months of using medical marijuana, I could reduce my intake to just 12 mcg of fentanyl and stop taking the other two opiates altogether. I highly recommend it. It has done wonders for me. My mind is clear. I can do more work. No opiate fog. Overall, I feel much better!”
QUALIFYING CONDITIONS FOR MEDICAL CANNABIS USE
In order to qualify for medical marijuana order, patients must have a diagnosed condition that is on their state’s list of qualifying medical marijuana conditions.
Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV+)
Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome (AIDS)
Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD)
Lou Gehrig’s Disease (ALS)
Multiple Sclerosis (MS)
Medical conditions of the same kind or class as, or comparable to, those listed
*Terminal Illness means a progressive disease that causes significant functional impairment. It’s not considered by a treating physician to be reversible without the administration of life-sustaining procedures. What’s more, it will result in death within 1 year after the diagnosis if the condition runs its normal course.
Medical cannabis is still a schedule 1 substance, as the Federal Government reaffirmed this on August 11, 2016. (Click for more information). So, to the Federal Government, there is no such thing as “medical” marijuana. It either is marijuana or it is not.
About Advanced Pain Medical Center
innovative medical marijuana solutions
Advanced Pain Medical Center is a pain clinic that offers services such as innovative medical marijuana solutions, pain management, regenerative medicine, ketamine infusion therapy, IV therapy and more. If you suffer from pain, multiple sclerosis (MS) or another chronic disease, schedule an appointment with our medical marijuana doctor in Gainesville today!
If you have any other questions, please contact us with your queries.
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