Qualifying for a Colorado MMJ Card
CO State MMJ Indications
When it comes to receiving your medical marijuana card and finding the best dispensaries Colorado Springs offers for medical alternatives, we can help. Our clinic is here to put you on the path to a healthier, happier life. We know the process can get complicated—we’ll walk you through it.
Medical marijuana doctors in Colorado Springs may recommend Medical Marijuana (MMJ) based on eight categories recognized by the State of Colorado:
- Cachexia (weight loss and muscle mass loss caused by disease)
- Muscle Spasms
- Chronic Pain (With pain we have to assign the origin of the pain)
If your diagnosis or condition is not on the list, don’t worry, you’re not automatically disqualified. Make an appointment with one of our medical marijuana doctors in Colorado Springs or Pueblo to find out for sure. We want to make sure you have access to the meds you need from the dispensaries Colorado Springs MMJ patients rely on for well-being and relief.
Do you suffer from any of these medical problems?
- Restless Leg Syndrome
- Urinary Incontinence
- Irritable bowel syndrome
- Post Traumatic Stress Disorder
- Multiple Sclerosis
- Traumatic Brain Injury
- Chronic pain problems
- Poor appetite
- Tension Headaches
- Migraine Headaches
If you do suffer from any of these chronic problems or something not listed here, you still may qualify for an MMJ Card. Please contact us with any questions you have about qualifying for your medical marijuana card.
To make sure we get you on track for utilizing the dispensaries Colorado Springs provides for your health benefit, we will need you to plan ahead for renewals. To avoid expiration of your medical marijuana card, we recommend that you check the expiration date, located just below the “issued” date on the middle of the card.
Between 4-6 weeks prior to expiration, call our Colorado Springs or Pueblo office to get your MMJ doctor renewal exam. This gives you ample time to send your paper work to the state without the inconvenience of a lapsed card. Remember you can’t buy medical MMJ with an expired medical marijuana card.
*Note: If you attempt to renew your card prior to 60 days before expiration, the state will consider it a duplicate application, keep your money, and your card will expire on the original date.