Medical Marijuana Clinic Portland Oregon | Qualifing Conditions for marijuana users | Portland Alternative Clinic Inc
Any condition that causes chronic pain **See below**
Agitation related to Alzheimer’s disease
Cachexia (wasting from conditions like Anorexia Nervosa, or AIDS)
Cancer, radiation and chemotherapy
HIV+/AIDS and related illness
Persistent muscle spasm disorders, including but not limited to those caused by multiple sclerosis
**Chronic Pain caused by, but not limited to;
IBS (Irritable Bowel Syndrome)
Chronic Pain from Arthritis
Chronic Pain from Degenerative Disk Disease
Chronic Pain from Skin Cancer
Adrenal Cortical Cancer
Brain malignant tumor
Chronic Pain from Diabetic Neuropathy
Chronic Back Pain
Chronic Pain from Fibromyalgia
Chronic Pain and Nausea from Hepatitis
Chronic Pain T.M.J Syndrome
Chronic Pain and nausea from GERD (gastro esophageal reflux disease)
Having these above conditions does not necessarily mean you qualify. Chronic pain is defined as lasting longer than 3 months and you have sought medical attention more than once.
Here at Portland Alternative Clinic we require your medical records be recent. From these records we can verify that medical cannabis could possibly benefit you and address how it may help in your overall medical wellness.
Pertaining to your medical records. After Care or Medical Summaries are NOT considered chart notes or medical records for Dr. Camacho to be reviewed for your OMMP card. Summaries or After Care notes are the instructions or summary patients receive after their visit from their doctor or provider. Summaries or After Care notes cannot be used, we must have Medical Records or Chart Notes.
Medical Records or Chart Notes are systematic documentation of a patient’s history and care across time from a provider or doctor. The Chart Notes / Medical Records follow a subjective, objective, assessment and a plan.
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