Alterra Med is a city of Orange Medical Marijuana Doctor Clinic Alterra Med’s pain management center gives much more than a Prop 215 medical marijuana doctor recommendation. Their Orange medical marijuana team also exudes experience and compassion and are dedicated to providing sustainable relief through comprehensive and efficient medical cannabis treatments. Their mission is to enhance patients quality of life through the excellent products and services they offer. Seeing the numerous medicinal benefits of cannabis, Alterra Med was inspired to provide Santa Ana and neighboring cities the resource they need to medical marijuana. Their goal is for their Orange patients to reclaim their active lifestyle and psychological well-being. Alterra Med’s medical marijuana doctor staff is comprised of a highly skilled team of physicians, counselors, and nurses that guide you through every step of the process to Medical Marijuana treatment. Committed to a holistic lifestyle, Alterra Med strives to connect patients with treatments without the dependence of pharmaceutical medication. They believe that medical marijuana should be considered where other therapies fall short. Alterra Med Orange offers attentive physicians, knowledgeable doctor staff, highest quality care, complete compliance under California Proposition 215 Compassionate Use Act, excellent service, and a safe, welcoming environment. Every Orange medical marijuana patient is assessed and treated comprehensively; Altera Med’s office conducts a thorough review of each patient’s medical records and goes through a physical examination before any recommendations are made. From there your physician will create a specialized treatment plan that meets your specific medical cannabis needs. Treatment plans often include pain management modalities that target specific pain areas as well as alternative pain management therapies that promote overall health and well-being. Alterra Med is always researching and exploring new methods of pain management and passes this knowledge and breakthroughs to patients all across Orange. Specializing in Pain and Addiction Medicine, Alterra Med physicians occasionally make recommendations to qualifying patients for interventional treatments to target specific musculoskeletal ailments. The doctors at Alterra Med will recommend the treatment that is best suited for the situation; medicinal cannabis or otherwise. They are dedicated to crafting the right health plans, individual to each patient. Alterra Med accepts Medicare as well as PPO insurance, and currently, sees patients by appointment only. Appointments and inquiries can be made via phone or their website; patients should bring a valid California I.D., driver's license, or proof of residency as well as all medical records and any previous cannabis recommendations. They additionally offer 24 - hour online verification. Service Location: Alterra Med is located in Orange California and is next door to Chapman Global Medical Center and Chapman Spine and Orthopedic. Service areas include Orange, Panorama Heights, El Modena, Saddleback View, Tustin, Lacy, Santa Ana, Cornerstone Village, Villa Park, Orange Park Acres and Anaheim. Location Information: Orange California is known distinctly for its many vintage houses, most of which were built before the 1920’s. It is located three miles north of Santa Ana between major city known for Disneyland Anaheim and the hilly Irvine Regional Park. Orange offers many outdoor amenities and points of interest such as Peters Canyon Regional Park popular for hikes and jogs along the coastal sage scrub and reservoir. And Santiago Oaks Regional Park, featuring interconnecting mountain vista trails for hiking, biking, and horseback riding.
NOTICE TO CONSUMERS: The Compassionate Use Act of 1996 ensures that seriously ill Californians have the right to obtain and use cannabis for medical purposes where medical use is deemed appropriate and has been recommended by a physician who has determined that the person’s health would benefit from the use of medical cannabis. Recommendations must come from an attending physician as defined in Section 11362.7 of the Health and Safety Code. Cannabis is a Schedule I drug according to the federal Controlled Substances Act. Activity related to cannabis use is subject to federal prosecution, regardless of the protections provided by state law.