Medical Cannabis: A Guide for Patients, Practitioners, and Caregivers

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Health

Self-help / Psychology

Michael H. Moskowitz

Koehler Books

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Can Medical Cannabis help you? Forty-four states and the District of Columbia have legalized some form of Medical Cannabis for treatment of serious conditions. Pain, cancer, sleep disturbance, mood disorders, epilepsy, osteoporosis, anxiety disorders, and many others are all conditions that may be helped by this treatment. Author Dr. Michael Moskowitz reviews the science of our own built in cannabinoid system, then launches into practical topics, including medical cannabis treatment, dispensary management, paraphernalia, embodiments, routes of administration, and DIY treatment. He covers the complexities of state laws, learning the phases of treatment, working with dispensaries, understanding the different embodiments and routes of administration, knowing how to avoid undesirable psychotropic effects, and combining this approach with both traditional and alternative medical care. The book details many ways of using this treatment without being cognitively altered. It is meticulously documented, and scientifically grounded to both help physicians with recommendations and treatment planning and in delivering highly relevant and useful treatment choices for patients. Whether you are a patient, practitioner, caregiver or lawmaker, Medical Cannabis: A Guide for Patients, Practitioners, and Caregivers separates myth from reality and proves itself invaluable to your own decision making about this therapeutic approach.

Michael H. Moskowitz

Dr. Michael Moskowitz received his medical degree from Louisiana State University Medical Center, and completed his psychiatric residency and psychosomatic fellowship training at St. Mary's Hospital in San Francisco. Dr. Moskowitz entered private practice in psychiatry and psychosomatics, ran St. Mary's Adult Locked Psychiatric teaching unit, and later joined the Consortium of Spinal Care Physicians. He founded the Bay Area Pain Medical Associates (formerly Psychiatric Associates of San Francisco), as well as the SpineCare Medical Group where he served on their Board of Directors. Dr. Moskowitz is board certified in psychiatry and in pain medicine, and is a member of the American Pain Society, the American Academy of Pain Medicine, and the American Board of Pain Medicine Examination Council. He has developed a clinical practice in pain medicine using the biopsychosocial approach, and has established the practice as a teaching resource for physicians interested in pain medicine.
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