Online Marijuana Doctor in PA | MJA Healthcare - Virtual Visits Online

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  • First Visit: $200
  • Booking Fee: $0
  • Follow Up Visit: $0
  • Visit Length: 30 minutes
  • Renewal: $100
  • Insurance Accepted: No
  • Discount Price: $175
  • Years in Practice: 14
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MJA Healthcare AKA (Advanced Pain, Spine, and Sports Medicine) in Sciota, Pennsylvania provides comprehensive online medical marijuana evaluations for patients who need to explore natural approaches to symptom management.

You do not have to live with the pain and discomfort of chronic pain symptoms. Advanced Pain, Spine, and Sports Medicine (formerly MJA Healthcare) provide convenient online medical marijuana evaluations. Due to the COVID-19 health emergency, the Pennsylvania Department of Health has permitted all marijuana doctors to perform health evaluations via telehealth services.

Do You Qualify for Medical Marijuana in the State of Pennsylvania?
Patients in Pennsylvania who live with chronic pain caused by degenerative nerve disorders, or injuries trust Dr. Mikhail Artamonov and the medical team at Advanced Pain, Spine, and Sports Medicine in Sciota, Pennsylvania for therapeutic solutions.

At the time of writing, there are currently 23 qualifying health conditions that make patients eligible to be certified online for medical marijuana. Some of the most common conditions are:

  • Dyskinetic and spastic movement disorders
  • Neurodegenerative diseases
  • Neuropathies (nerve damage)
  • Severe chronic or intractable pain
  • Damage to the nervous tissue of the spinal cord
  • Cancer remission therapies
  • Epilepsy

Chronic pain impacts every aspect of daily life. It can impede the ability to work, enjoy recreation, or activities of independent self-care. Severe chronic pain, longer than two months in duration, can also contribute to anxiety and disabling mood disorders, including depression.

The State of Pennsylvania has extended medical cannabis as an effective and alternative therapy for patients who do not want to rely on opioids and NSAIDs for long-term pain relief. Learn more about all qualifying health conditions for medical marijuana certification in the State of Pennsylvania.

What Steps Are Involved for Pennsylvania Residents to Get a Medical Marijuana Card?
Residents of Pennsylvania who suffer from a qualifying health condition, can apply for medical marijuana card certification. During the COVID-19 health emergency, the State of Pennsylvania has permitted marijuana doctors to conduct online health assessments, as part of the application process.

Patients are required to set an appointment for a medical evaluation with Dr. Mikhail Artamonov, who is a State certified medical cannabis assessor. During your appointment. Dr. Artamonov will review your current and past medical conditions and diagnoses. An interview about your current pain or chronic health symptoms will also be conducted, to ensure that medical cannabis is the right treatment modality for you.

Patients will be asked to provide a copy of their medical records, and government-issued photo identification during the online medical marijuana appointment. During your evaluation, you may also discuss any questions or concerns you have about your health condition, and the use of medical cannabis as a natural aid to manage your symptoms.

  • Patients are required to enroll in the Medical Marijuana Registry online.
  • A certified PA medical marijuana doctor must complete your evaluation online, to certify that you have one of the medical diagnoses and conditions that qualify for medical cannabis.

After you have received your evaluation, you will be required to pay for your Pennsylvania State Medical Marijuana Identification Card. You will need to provide a photo for your identification card

It can take up to two weeks for your new medical marijuana card to arrive in the mail. Advanced Pain, Spine, and Sports Medicine is not a medical dispensary, and we do not refer our patients to a specific dispensary. Once your medical marijuana card arrives, you can choose a convenient dispensary near you, that will provide advice on the best types of medical cannabis for your pain management and health needs.

  • 100% online medical cannabis evaluations for an MMJ card in Pennsylvania
  • HIPAA-compliant conferencing
  • Assistance with medical marijuana card renewals
  • Compassionate and non-judgemental about medical marijuana and therapeutics
  • Support and understanding for patients with moderate to severe chronic pain
  • We help patient caregivers become certified on behalf of a minor or patient requiring assistance
  • Expert medical services and advice for pain and spinal injuries

For more information about the practice, please visit Normal price of evaluation is $250, be sure to mention when you call for a $50 discount ($200 total)!

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Monday: 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Tuesday: 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Wednesday: 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Thursday: 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Friday: 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
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Pre-Visit Requirements
  1. All patients must be 18 years or older. Minor patients who are inquiring about treatment, please call the office directly.
  2. All patients must be a legal resident of PA and provide proof of residency.
  3. Complete medical records release and send it to the doctor who has your records
  4. Confirm that we have received medical records before your appointment.
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About Dr. Mikhail Artamonov at Advanced Pain, Spine and Sports Medicine in Sciota

Our founder, Dr. Mikhail Artamonov (patients call him “Dr. A.”, has earned a reputation for being a leading expert in spinal injury and chronic pain management. He is the author of “Pot Luck: Why Marijuana is Today’s Medicine” which journeys through the benefits of integrated medicine and medical marijuana for patients with debilitating health conditions.

Dr. Artamonov is an internationally trained physician with a Ph.D. in Clinical Research in Prolotherapy, an alternative medical practice for muscular-skeletal pain relief. He completed his internship at the Brooklyn Jewish Hospital and Residency Training at Temple University. Dr. Artamonov also received a distinguished Combined Pain Fellowship at Harvard Medical School.

Dr. Artamonov is also a founding member of the American Academy of Ozonotherapy, and among the first three physicians in the United States to be certified in both general ozone application (FAAO) and prolozone (APT) therapies. His dedication to patient care and moderation of chronic pain has taken Dr. Artamonov around the world over the past 25-years, to combine both conventional and alternative pain management therapies for his patients.

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