Are you an individual with a medical condition that can be eased with medical cannabis? In 2015, the Texas Compassionate Use Act (Senate Bill 339) created a path for patients with chronic diseases. If you have a qualifying health condition and debilitating health symptoms, you may be eligible to become a patient authorized by the Compassionate Use Registry of Texas (CURT).
The CURT medical marijuana program exclusively authorized patients with intractable epilepsy. However, in 2019, House Bill 3703 further expanded the qualifying health conditions. More patients in Texas can now explore therapeutic cannabis treatments as prescribed by a certified Texas doctor.
If you have been thinking about trying alternative therapies to address your health symptoms, you should get to know us. We’re Texas 420 Doctors, a network of physicians who provide compassionate care for patients seeking medical cannabis as a new therapeutic option.
What Are The Qualifying Health Conditions for CURT?
Patients must have one or more regulated chronic health conditions to apply for medical cannabis in Texas. You must have a formal diagnosis from your primary care provider.
Some of the qualifying health conditions accepted by the CURT medical cannabis program include:
Specifically, how do we help you? At Texas 420 Doctors, we know that the medical marijuana application process can be a little complicated. We educate our patients and walk them through the whole process, giving them guidance and information along the way.
Our services at Texas 420 Doctors include your first consultation, recommendations, orders, dosing, re-certifications, no hidden fees, patient care coordinator support, and supplementary assistance with your medical cannabis treatment plan.
Why Do I Need to See a Doctor to Get Medical Marijuana in Dallas?
There is an integral part of the Compassionate Use Registry of Texas (CURT) that protects patient safety. Every patient must have a medical health evaluation and receive a Texas certified physician’s recommendation before applying to get their medical marijuana certification. The CURT system actually handles everything, so you won't receive medical cannabis. Dispensaries will be able to verify your certification through CURT.
Our physicians are trained to provide a medical history review and conduct an interview with you at your appointment. The purpose is to review your current health conditions and diagnosis, prescription medications, the severity of symptoms, and more.
The health evaluation is a safety check for patients who will be using medical cannabis and a chance for patients to get a private consultation. Our doctors are happy to answer any questions you may have about different types of medical cannabis that may be appropriate to help you moderate your symptoms.
Our physicians’ team is compassionate and will help you find the best method of achieving relief for your chronic symptoms. At Texas 420 Doctors, each patient in our care receives medical consulting and guidance to help navigate medical cannabis options and find comfort.
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Before you schedule your health evaluation with Texas 420 Doctors in Dallas, there are a few things you will need to have ready to go. Gathering this information before your appointment will help our medical team assist you and expedite your application to Texas’ Compassionate Use Registry.
Please make sure that you have:
Choose Texas 420 Doctors to Help You Get Your Texas Medical Cannabis Certification
Why go it alone when we’re here to help? Let Texas 420 Doctors in Dallas assist you on your path to natural wellness. Schedule your appointment at our Dallas location. We are proud to serve patients from surrounding areas in the metroplex, including McKinney, Frisco, Arlington, Garland, and Plano, Texas.
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