Chronic pain is an approved condition to be eligible for your medical marijuana dispensary card in Ohio. Our doctors recommend medical marijuana for pain. Many find relief of their pain symptoms and use cannabis as recommended by our doctor as an alternative treatment to pain medications, including pain pills. Medical cannabis provides patients with high quality, tested products, which include flower material, tinctures, edibles (candy, gummies, lozenges, caramels and chocolates), cartridges, wax, resin, patches, cream, and oil.
Chronic pain is pain that has been present for more than three months and is ongoing. It can be either severe or intractable. There are many different conditions that may cause chronic pain. Some of those conditions are:
Degenerative joint disease
SI joint dysfunction
Low Back Pain
Degenerative Disc Disease
Failed Back Surgery Syndrome
And many more...
Locations: Cincinnati, Dayton, Cleveland and Columbus. Telemedicine evaluations for all eligible Ohio residents.
At Ohio Cannabis Connection, our physicians are very experienced and knowledgeable regarding treatment with medical marijuana. Each patient gets a customized treatment plan with recommendations as to which forms of medical cannabis may be most beneficial for them based on their condition and symptoms. With the dispensary card, patients have access to any Ohio Medical Marijuana Dispensary. Patients are able to take their treatment plan with them to help guide them on which products to get; however, they are able to purchase any products they would like to at the dispensaries.
Ohio Cannabis Connection helps every patient through the process of obtaining a medical cannabis card, making it as easy and hassle-free as possible, all while providing excellent customer service. We are there for you before, during and after your appointment with us. We have locations in Cincinnati, Dayton, Cleveland and Columbus, as well as telemedicine appointments for all eligible Ohio residents. We have appointments available Monday through Saturday. Patients can call and have one of our Patient Support Specialists schedule their appointment for them, or they can schedule online.