A marijuana doctor is a licensed physician who can legally recommend marijuana to patients. Most doctors who specialize in medicinal cannabis have a list of conditions they will treat using medical marijuana.
Dr. Lewis Auerbach
Lewis Auerbach is an internist in Tampa, FL and has over 41 years of experience in the medical field. He graduated from New York Medical College. He accepts new patients at Florida Cancer Specialists CRV, where he currently practices. He has received a high patient satisfaction rating. Patients say that he is friendly and listens well.
Dr. Auerbach is certified to recommend medical marijuana and offers services in Brandon, Florida. He believes cannabis is an effective alternative to narcotics and can alleviate symptoms such as insomnia, pain, and PTSD. He also believes that cannabis is not addictive.
His office can be found at 2111 W Swann Ave Ste 102 in Tampa, FL. He accepts all new patients. Referrals aren’t required. He is a fellow of the American Academy of Internal Medicine.
This physician is board-certified in Internal Medicine as well as Medical Oncology. He is trained to diagnose & treat a wide range of diseases & illnesses in adults. He also specializes in preventing & treating chronic conditions. He is committed to providing quality healthcare to his patients. He is a doctor who cares deeply about his patients. He is a partner of Marijuana Doctors, and is dedicated to educating medical marijuana patients and connecting them with cannabis-friendly doctors.
Dr. Satloff is a licensed physician who specializes in the diagnosis of chronic illnesses and pain management. He has an office in Fort Myers. He is a certified medical marijuana doctor and can provide patients with a medical cannabis card. During your appointment, he’ll conduct a physical examination and discuss any qualifying conditions. He will then prescribe the right amount of marijuana for your symptoms. He also helps the patient obtain their state medical cannabis card.
Dr. Auerbach, a board-certified Emergency Medicine physician, is currently the Redlich Family Emeritus Professor in the Department of Emergency Medicine of Stanford University School of Medicine. He also serves as Adjunct Faculty of Military/Emergency Medicine to the F Edward Hebert School of Medicine of the Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences. He has served as a member of numerous ACEP task force and was a member of the Emergency Medicine Foundation Board of Trustees, Secretary/Treasurer for 2020. He has also been involved in various medical research studies. From 1987 to 1991, he was a member of Annals of Emergency Medicine’s Editorial Board.
Auerbach began his biomedical research career with his undergraduate studies at Skidmore College. He majored Human Physiology and Minored Law and Society. He earned a PhD in the laboratory of Dr Jose Jalife, a pioneer in cardiac arrhythmia mechanisms. He studied the substrates that trigger cellular depolarization and lethal cardiac arrhythmias.
In addition to his clinical work, Auerbach has become an advocate for the medical use of marijuana and has helped form the medical marijuana industry in California. He believes medical marijuana can help with a wide range of conditions including cancer, anxiety depression insomnia chronic pain and nausea. He also believes marijuana can be a good alternative to opioids and pharmaceutical medications.
Auerbach, a physician with over 20 years of experience, is a highly qualified and experienced physician. He is qualified and licensed to recommend medicinal marijuana in Florida. He earned his medical degree at New York Medical College. He is a member of the Marijuana doctor team and treats patients with compassion. He accepts a variety of insurance plans and is accepting new patients.