Residents of Arkansas should not risk dangerous side-effects to address their wellness needs. Arkansas Progressive Medicine provides online doctor evaluations. We make getting your medical marijuana certification easier.
How Can You Get a Medical Marijuana Card in Arkansas?
For Arkansas patients, there is a convenient way to get certified online for medical marijuana. Our practice is located in Jonesboro, Arkansas operated by Dr. Flippin, a board-certified physician. We provide a natural and effective option for patients with qualifying health conditions.
Will Medical Marijuana Help Me?
Dr. Flippin at Arkansas Progressive Medicine understands. Chronic health conditions that impact daily life are disruptive. Symptoms of pain relief, nausea and nervous system problems, appetite loss and more can be treated. Medical cannabis therapies are a new and natural option for patients in Arkansas.
During your online medical evaluation, Dr. Flippin will review your diagnoses, and ask about your symptoms. We also review your medications to make sure that medical cannabis will be beneficial to your health. Dr. Flippin will help you every step of the way.
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How Do You Get Certified for Medical Marijuana in Arkansas?
At Arkansas Progressive Medicine, we know that patients need better therapeutic options. When your quality of life is changed by chronic health conditions, you should explore all your options for symptom relief.
If you are an adult with a diagnosed health condition which is qualified for medical cannabis in Arkansas, you can become a card holder. Arkansas Progressive Medicine has made it convenient for our patients. We'll help you become certified for medical marijuana online.
Simply schedule an appointment with Dr. Flippin, and you will be invited to a confidential online doctor’s appointment. You will be asked to present Government issued identification to verify your age and residency in Arkansas. You will get a medical evaluation to discuss approved marijuana therapies and learn which one is right for you.