Medical Marijuana Evaluation & Treatment
Fully Alive offers evaluations for the initial use of medical marijuana as well as renewals of MMJ cards. These office visits are in total compliance with the Colorado Medical Board’s regulations. During your evaluation we also offer brief treatment recommendations, both through the use of medical marijuana and other therapies. If patients are interested in a more in-depth treatment program, they are encouraged to schedule another appointment.
Dr. Ivker is uniquely qualified to provide this service, as he has spent 48 years researching the remarkable therapeutic applications and holistic health benefits (physical, mental, emotional, social, and spiritual health) of this highly medicinal herb.
All applications to the Medical Marijuana Registry are now made online. This link will take you to the Registry website, where you will find instructions as to how to set up your account: https://colorado.gov/cdphe/medicalmarijuana. Dr. Ivker will upload your Physician certification to the registry system during your appointment, and following your appointment you will be able to complete your application online. It only takes 1-7 days to receive your approval from the registry, and from there you can print off your card.
• Colorado law states you must be a resident and suffer from one of the following conditions to qualify for a MMJ card: cancer, cachexia, glaucoma, HIV/Aids, severe nausea, seizures, persistent muscle spasms or severe pain. Excellent relief may be obtained from migraines, musculoskeletal pain, MS, rheumatoid arthritis, osteoarthritis, as well as cancer treatment side effects. Other benefits (although not recognized by the State of Colorado) include relief of insomnia, anxiety, depression, OCD, ADD, ADHD and PTSD. Visit the Medical Marijuana Registry of Colorado (MMR) for more information.
We prefer that you bring recent medical records that include your diagnosis, however we are prepared to perform our own evaluation for those who cannot obtain records unless you are under 21. Medical records are required for those that are under 21 years of age, unless you are a current patient.
You must have a Colorado ID to renew your red card according to the MMR.
Extended Plant Count
Extended plant counts will be considered with medical records only