Medical Cannabis Doctors In Toronto
Our physicians have years of experience treating patients with clinical marijuana. The medical marijuana doctors in Toronto working with us have helped treat patients with terminal conditions, like cancer, through adjunctive prescription of cannabis. Our cannabis doctors Toronto have also been highly successful in restoring the health of patients suffering from asthma, Parkinson, diabetes, epilepsy, Alzheimer’s, anxiety, autoimmune disorders, chronic pain and more!
Since the treatment involves administration of marijuana that is known to be addictive and possess hallucinogenic properties, our medical marijuana doctors in Toronto prescribe conservatively and even so, minimally. During the course of the treatment, a medical marijuana doctor Toronto keeps themselves in constant communication with their patients to stay informed about their treatment. This helps them make adequate adjustments to the dosage and choreograph a treatment that proves to be effective in cases where other drugs have failed.
Our cannabis doctors Toronto are not only certified to prescribe cannabis medicines, but have years of experience in researching and examining this practice. Book your first appointment with our cannabis doctors Toronto today for a full consultation.
When choosing to seek support from Medical Cannabis Clinics, you gain access to a team of
professionals with a strong set of operating principles that include:
- A conservative approach to the prescribing and dosing of medical cannabis, prescribing only what the patient needs for their specific condition.
- Consistent and ongoing communication patients by our team of health professionals through the medical cannabis treatment journey.
- Specialization in pain management, with an awareness of our limitations of practice where we make referrals to other trusted practitioners when required.
- Continuous learning keeps us informed about the latest research and practices in medical cannabis, and we work to help our patients understand new and emerging medicines and treatments.