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Medical Marijuana Certification Specialist

PSI Medical Group  -  - Wellness and Anti Aging Specialist

PSI Medical Group

Wellness and Anti Aging Specialist located in WIXOM, MI

Medical marijuana can play a powerful role in treating numerous health conditions, and the state of Michigan has created a program to certify people who wish to take advantage of this approach. Robert Grafton, MD, of PSI Medical Group, can help residents of Wixom, Michigan, receive their Michigan medical marijuana card (MMMC). Call or click to book an appointment and begin the process.

Medical Marijuana Certification Q & A

What are the benefits of medical marijuana?

The benefits of the marijuana plant have been the subject of numerous medical studies over the years. Researchers have found that responsible use of high-quality marijuana products can deliver valuable health benefits to many people. 

Every state in America takes a unique approach to marijuana use. In Michigan, medical marijuana is allowed to treat many health issues. The acquisition and use of this medication is strictly regulated. 

People who wish to incorporate medical marijuana use into their treatment planning need to go through the process of being certified for a medical marijuana card. Dr. Grafton offers assistance in that process, in addition to a number of other treatment options to help you make the most of each and every day. 

What types of medical conditions qualify for a medical marijuana card?

Michigan has created a clear list of the conditions for which medical marijuana is deemed a suitable treatment. Some of the health issues included in this list are:

  • Cancer
  • Chronic pain
  • Rheumatoid arthritis
  • Colitis
  • Spinal cord injury
  • Post-traumatic stress disorder
  • Autism
  • Epilepsy and other seizure disorders
  • Arthritis

This is far from a comprehensive list. If you have questions about which conditions may qualify for a Michigan medical marijuana card.  

What is the process for getting a medical marijuana card?

The process begins by compiling all medical records documenting your existing health condition. Bring those records in with you during your visit. 

You must also bring in your government-issued photo ID. A passport and voter registration card will also suffice to meet this requirement. 

Dr. Grafton will review your documentation and help you move forward in the process of filing for a medical marijuana card. He can also advise you on the pros and cons of medical marijuana and other treatment options that might be helpful. 

Once your completed application is submitted to the proper government authority, it can take two weeks or longer to receive your Michigan medical marijuana card. At that point, you can shop for products through qualified dispensaries that have also been state-certified. 

If you’re searching for more information, call PSI Medical Group today. Online booking is also an option and takes just moments to complete.