Philadelphia doctor- Dr. Mark Avart
Certification is good for 1 year only, recertification is necessary after that time.
Certification for 1 of 17 accepted conditions only.
Must have medical records at their first appointment.
The patient cannot be a registered firearm owner.
Must register on PA.GOV (Insert link).
Must register for the certification number and have this number available at the first visit.
No medical insurance covers this service.
All services rendered are paid upfront in cash at the visit.
Dr. Mark Avart now offers Medical Marijuana Recommendations in Philadelphia
Residents in Philadelphia searching for expert medical marijuana care at the hands of a compassionate and understanding doctor can now obtain medical marijuana recommendations from Dr. Mark Avart in his clinic, the Philadelphia Orthopedic Group. This clinic focuses on excellent patient care, one-on-one consultations, and professionalism.
Dr. Avart and his staff at the Philadelphia Orthopedic Group have treated countless patients afflicted by opiate addiction and chronic pain, making Dr. Avart and his clinic the region’s must-visit office for those seeking well-being and balance in life. Dr. Avart utilizes his one-on-one consultations to also instill important cannabis education in his patients. He and his staff understand that proper medical marijuana use requires an understanding of the plant and its effects. Dr. Avart informs his patients of the various cannabis cultivars, cannabis legislation, and the most effective methods of administering cannabis. At Dr. Avart’s Philadelphia Orthopedic Group, no patient is left in the dark.
Dr. Avart is an expert orthopedist and with nearly 40 years’ worth of experience in both surgical and nonsurgical orthopedics as well as sports medicine. His understanding of chronic and severe pain is unparalleled in Philadelphia. For competent care at the hands of a thorough and empathetic medical professional, choose Dr. Mark at the Philadelphia Orthopedic Group.
Prospective patients can enjoy a streamlined process here at Dr. Avart’s clinic in Philadelphia. Patients are encouraged to complete two steps before their first appointment: gathering relevant medical documentation describing their chronic conditions, and registering with PA’s Medical Marijuana Program to receive registration ID. Once they’ve done so, patients should contact Dr. Avart’s office to schedule a consultation and his office can take care of the rest!
Pennsylvania’s medical cannabis laws require that patients must prove that they suffer from a debilitating condition that results in severe or chronic pain, seizures, neuropathy, or post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), among others.
Dr. Mark Avart’s office, the Philadelphia Orthopedic Group, can be located off of East Roosevelt Boulevard across from the Max Myers Recreation Center. This clinic has plenty of parking out front so patients do not need to scour the neighborhood for a spot. From the neighborhoods of Frankford and Tacony to Lawndale and Lexington Park, no clinic offers such robust and comprehensive medical marijuana care.