Medical Marijuana in Scottsdale

Our office in Scottsdale is proud to be one of the first to offer such a pioneering new service for the general public that has been long in the waiting, too long! A solution in the form of a medical marijuana card can help remove the stigma associated with the use of cannabis for the relief of pain, nausea and glaucoma to name a few.

Our offices require that you bring or fax your medical records from within the past 12 months. One of our physicians will review your records as part of the qualification/examination process. Beat the rush and avoid the longer than practical wait time for your medical marijuana card. This happened in California after the first wave of dispensaries opened. Allow us to get your fast track submission electronically done right in our offices.

Scottsdale is where our office is located. The first step is to complete the on-line prequalification form. Step 2, if qualified is to set an appointment. At your appointment your physician will review your medial history, discuss your current treatment plan along with the pros and cons of the use of medicinal marijuana. Where appropriate, other treatment options such as acupuncture or prolotherapy will be discussed.

Improving the quality of life for every patient.

For those of you that are taking the 'wait & see' tactic, we understand your reticence and believe that you are intelligent people who want to see how other brave pioneers are treated prior to enrolling themselves in a venture such as this. California saw the same initial trickle of consumers who were willing to assign themselves a medical use card with the proper agencies. Once the dispensaries began to offer a tangible product, the influx of petitioners for medical cards were overwhelming the system and created a major backlog in the issuing of medical use cards. Don't let this happen to you! Act now and have your legal medical marijuana card ready at your disposal when dispensaries open in Scottsdale.

The first step is to complete the on-line prequalification form. Step 2, if qualified is to schedule an appointment . At your appointment your physician will review your medial history, discuss your current treatment plan along with the pros and cons of the use of medicinal marijuana. Where appropriate, other treatment options such as acupuncture or prolotherapy will be discussed.