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Pain Evaluations Doctor in Tempe

If you’re looking for an alternative to traditional prescription or over-the-counter pain medication that is both safe and natural, we can help realize that goal. We believe in providing our patients with reliable and accurate information and education regarding the efficacy and health benefits of cannabis & other holistic remedies. Free yourself of pills; schedule a Pain Evaluation today and be one step closer to getting a Medical Marijuana Card.

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Pain Evaluations for Medicinal Marijuana

Q & A

What is a Pain Evaluation?

 

A pain evaluation is a standard procedure to assess your health condition and to determine whether medical grade cannabis is right for you. Generally, the evaluation entails a short office visit with one of our practitioners who will ask you to answer a few different questions in regards to your medical history and ailments.

 

Following your pain evaluation, you will be referred to a medical marijuana clinic where the doctor will decide whether or not you are a suitable candidate for medical marijuana treatment and accordingly issue you a medical marijuana recommendation. We only provide the necessary history of chronic pain and other issues. For certification, our practitioner will recommend you to a medical marijuana clinic.

Why Get a Medical Cannabis Card?

 

According to the National Academy of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine (NASEM), there is conclusive or substantial evidence to suggest that cannabis can be a safe and effective treatment for pain. Considering the many problems and side-effects of pharmaceutical drugs, cannabis can be a far safer alternative with fewer side-effects, if any. Compared to opioids, that are connected to over 20,000 overdose deaths related to these prescription pain relievers.

 

The NASEM report also demonstrated that both inhaled marijuana (vaporized or smoked) and cannabinoid concentrates (oils or edibles) work with the endocannabinoid system to relieve inflammation and pain.

 

Take control of your pain and schedule a Pain Evaluation today.

Whichever specific health issue you’re currently facing, we’ll be more than
happy to sit down and discuss it with you and see how we can help.