Schedule an appointment to talk to Dr. Cheryl using your cell phone or computer. If she thinks cannabis can help, you will discuss treatment options and you will receive your certification.
Once Dr. Cheryl has diagnosed you with a qualifying condition (see list below) and you have received your certification, Dr, Cheryl will send your recommendation to the pharmacy of your choice. The pharmacy will add you to the statewide registry.
Getting your Louisiana medical card is very simple. After your appointment, Dr. Cheryl will send your recommendation to the pharmacy of your choice. There is no physical card.
Dr. Cheryl will go over your medical history and provide you with a comprehensive treatment plan. The price of $200 includes the certification document valid for one year. If you do not qualify to be treated via telemedicine you will not be charged.
Once you’ve been approved by the doctor, you can go to the pharmacy that Dr. Cheryl sent your recommendation and purchase right away.
A Louisiana resident may qualify for medical marijuana if their Healthcare Practitioner believes they have ANY “debilitating medical condition”. Some of these conditions include:
· Any of the following neurodegenerative diseases and conditions:
· Alzheimer's disease.
· Amyotrophic lateral sclerosis.
· Huntington's disease.
· Lewy body dementia.
· Motor neuron disease.
· Parkinson's disease.
· Spinal muscular atrophy.
· Positive status for human immunodeficiency virus.
· Acquired immune deficiency syndrome.
· Cachexia or wasting syndrome.
· Seizure disorders.
· Severe muscle spasms.
· Intractable pain.
· Crohn's disease.
· Muscular dystrophy.
· Multiple sclerosis.
· Post traumatic stress disorder.
· Any of the following conditions associated with autism spectrum disorder:
· Repetitive or self-stimulatory behavior of such severity that the physical health of the person with autism is jeopardized.
· Avoidance of others or inability to communicate of such severity that the physical health of the person with autism is jeopardized.
· Self-injuring behavior.
· Physically aggressive or destructive behavior.
· Traumatic brain injury.
· A concussion diagnosed by a physician.
· Chronic pain associated with fibromyalgia.
· Chronic pain associated with sickle cell disease.
· Any condition for which a patient is receiving hospice care or palliative care.
· Any condition not otherwise specified in this Subparagraph that a physician, in his medical opinion, considers debilitating to an individual patient
Dr. Cheryl New York Office:
42 West 24th Street St. B, New York NY 10010
FAX: (650) 763-8250