Duber Medical is a trusted resource for patients with chronic pain or other health conditions in Ohio. We provide comprehensive medical evaluations by telemedicine, to help our patients register for and get an Ohio medical marijuana card online.
Why are so many residents of Ohio with chronic pain or health concerns trying legalized medical cannabis for therapeutic relief? Not only are opioid medications statistically proven to provide dangerous side effects and health risks, but they can increase the severity of pain over time. Opioid medications also pose a significant risk of addiction and drug abuse, with tragic consequences. In 2019, Ohio became the state with the 2nd highest rate of opioid overdoses in America.
When opioid medications are used long-term, some studies have shown that they can increase the sensitivity of pain receptors. What that means is that your body will start to experience more painful symptoms (not less) and more severe discomfort with long-term opioid use.
How Do I Become an Ohio Medical Marijuana Caregiver for a Terminal Illness Patient or Minor?
Compassionate care starts with acknowledging that, for some patients, the pain and discomfort they are experiencing may not ever resolve or get better. These patients deserve to with management pain or relief of their symptoms.
In Ohio, a caregiver is someone who is a spouse, legal guardian, or parent of a patient who has a debilitating chronic, or terminal disease. Because the patient may not be able to register themselves and apply for access to legalized medical cannabis, the guardian may apply on their behalf. The caregiver will also be responsible for purchasing and help to administer the medical cannabis to the patient, per physician recommendations of daily or “as needed” use.
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What Kind of Health Conditions Qualify for the Ohio Medical Marijuana Card?
To qualify and become registered as a patient in the Ohio Medical Marijuana Control Program (OMMCP), the patient must have one or more of the qualifying health conditions that are regulated by the Ohio Department of Health and the OMMCP.
Some examples of the qualifying health conditions that allow Ohio residents to become medical marijuana cardholders include:
It is the discretion of the Duber Medical physician to recommend access to therapeutic medical cannabis for a patient. That recommendation depends on health history, current health conditions and symptoms, prescription medications, and other factors.
If you qualify to become registered in the Ohio Medical Marijuana Control Program (OMMCP), our physician at Duber Medical will help you create your profile and register online. Once successfully registered (it can be done same-day), the patient can print out a copy of their medical marijuana card and choose a local licensed dispensary to visit for medical cannabis products.
Get your Ohio medical marijuana card health evaluation the same day by telemedicine. You do not have to leave your home to get started with the registration process. Duber Medical makes it convenient for patients with qualifying health conditions to become registered to legally purchase medical cannabis products for therapeutic use. You can receive your card within one hour after your appointment. If you do not qualify, your consultation fee is refunded (minus a small processing fee).