Dr. David Tabby now offers Medical Marijuana Recommendations in Bala Cynwyd
For those who have been seeking an alternative means for living a healthier and more balanced lifestyle, Dr. David Tabby can help by providing qualified patients in Bala Cynwyd with medical marijuana recommendations. Dr. Tabby understands that visits to a doctor’s office are often personal in nature, so he treats his patients with care, respect, and warmth.
Healing runs in the Tabby family. Dr. Tabby’s grandfather was a pharmacist and his father was a family physician. Some years later, following his graduation from Princeton University and the Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine, David Tabby became David Tabby, D.O. After spending a number of years as an Associate Professor and researcher, he returned to his private practice in 2014. Accolades of every stripe and every magnitude decorate his education and research career, and now he’s determined to bring the breadth of his knowledge to bear in the world of medical marijuana. Prospective patients seeking medical marijuana assistance with neurological or psychological ailments would be hard-pressed to find a physician more qualified in Pennsylvania.
Medical cannabis legislation in Pennsylvania states that patients must be plagued by a debilitating condition in order to qualify for medical cannabis. The state’s qualifying conditions include PTSD, severe pain, appetite loss, or nausea, among a number of others. Pennsylvania also requires that its patients register with the state’s Patients and Caregivers Registry before purchasing treatments.
The procedure for acquiring a medical cannabis recommendation through Dr. Tabby in Bala Cynwyd is simple for prospective patients. First, patients are encouraged to do two things ahead of time: gather relevant medical documentation describing their chronic conditions from a primary care physician and start a profile online through the state’s Patients and Caregivers Registry. Patients can then contact Dr. Tabby to schedule an appointment where he will sit down with patients to assess those qualified with medical marijuana recommendations.
To complete the process, patients must finish registering with the state’s Patients and Caregivers Registry to receive registry identification. When patients have registry identification and a recommendation in hand, they can legally purchase treatments across the state.
Patients can locate Dr. David Tabby along the Bala Cynwyd throughline, East City Avenue. His clinic has parking and handicap access, so there is no need for patients to search for a parking spot. From Narberth to North Philadelphia, Dr. Tabby and his clinic stand tall as a beacon of hope for patients throughout the region. In fact, the grass in Bala Cynwyd has grown greener since his arrival.
Visitors and residents alike can find a number of chain eateries along City Avenue, from Olive Garden to Chili’s and even Chipotle. Down Belmont Avenue visitors can find the Edgely Ultimate Fields where Philadelphia Area Disc Alliance, or PADA, teams compete to reign supreme as the region’s champion. During the offseason, the Edgely Fields provide visitors with a perfect spot to relax and enjoy some of Pennsylvania’s lush greenery.