Medical cannabis can treat various symptoms and diseases with fewer side effects than many traditional pharmaceuticals. When appropriately administered, cannabis can successfully treat chronic pain, anxiety, PTSD, behavioural disorders, social anxiety, epilepsy, tremors and other medical conditions.
Compounded Topical Pain Creams
Compounded pain creams can be tailored to each patient’s needs and are formulated to target pain at the source to provide immediate and potent alleviation of pain symptoms. Topical creams are less likely to interact with other medications and do not cause dependence or addiction like some traditional painkillers.
Topical creams are a great way to medicate for those who have difficulty swallowing pills, and they are frequently used along with medical cannabis to provide a high level of pain relief. Extended health benefits frequently cover these compounded pain creams and can be delivered directly to you, making them a convenient and effective medication.
Ketamine can be effective for patients with treatment-resistant depression and chronic pain. At Readytogo Clinic, we have treated hundreds of patients with oral ketamine with excellent success. Many patients who did not respond to traditional treatments have responded well to ketamine. Due to our excellent patient results, Dr. Hart has been published twice for his work. You can read those studies here.
Do you live outside of Ontario?
We have expanded our clinic nationwide to provide our medical cannabis prescriptions for Canadians across the country. Our nurse practitioner can prescribe to patients who reside outside of Ontario. This allows Canadians across Canada to access quality care under the medical direction of Dr. Mike Hart. Contact us about our nationwide services at 226-700-9739 or email@example.com
How do I get appointment?
If you are under 25, we require a referral from a medical practitioner. If you are over the age of 25, you can self-refer. We accept a prescription history from a pharmacy or supporting medical documents, including X-rays, MRIs, etc. We do not diagnose at the clinic; we go off a previous diagnosis.
Our referral process includes patient intake and treatment agreement forms. These forms provide us with your medical history and why you are seeking to use medical cannabis. Our treatment agreement form is for your legal understanding of obtaining and possessing medical cannabis under Health Canada’s regulations.
Follow up forms
For renewal patients, we require follow-up forms every appointment to monitor how the product is working or not working for you. These follow-up forms are to make your appointment flow more smoothly so you can get the best quality care from our doctor, nurse practitioner, and educators.
Our clinic offers in-person and telemedicine appointments. If you prefer to come in person, we understand, but we also understand that getting to the clinic can be difficult, which is why we are also offering telemedicine appointments.
Your appointment is entirely free with a valid OHIP card.
Need Medical Cannabis Education?
At Readytogo Clinic, we have an experienced staff who can help answer all your cannabis questions. Our staff provides personalized education to help patients make informed choices about their medical cannabis treatment.
THC is the most well-known cannabinoid. THC is the main intoxicating molecule in cannabis and is associated with feeling the feeling of “being high.” Research has shown that THC may act as an analgesic, anti-inflammatory, and anti-emetic agent.
The second most familiar cannabinoid is CBD, which has rapidly become prominent in medical applications due to its unique therapeutic profile and effects. CBD is non-intoxicating at therapeutically relevant doses and may reduce pain, anxiety, and inflammation. It has also been found to be a potent anti-epileptic (helps control seizures).
Terpenes are not only responsible for the aroma and flavour of cannabis but may also influence how each variety of cannabis impacts each person. Terpenes are suspected of having medical properties of their own, in addition to being synergistic with CBD, THC, and other cannabinoids to produce the overall therapeutic effect. Research is ongoing in this area to fully understand the effects of terpenes.
While many individual compounds, such as THC and CBD, have been shown to produce potential therapeutic benefits alone, it has been hypothesized that there is added therapeutic value when all the different compounds are combined. This is referred to as the “Entourage Effect.”
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