Texas Cannabis Clinic
Medical Cannabis Physicians located in Austin, Houston, Arlington, San Antonio, and the entire State of Texas through telemedicine
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At Texas Cannabis Clinic, Matthew Brimberry, MD, and the experienced team of medical marijuana clinicians treat people of all ages with alternative healing methods through Texas’ Compassionate Use Program. Texas Cannabis Clinic is a 100% virtual telemedicine consultation service working with patients in and around Austin, Houston, Arlington, and the entire state of Texas through telemedicine.
The team expertly navigates the path from certifying you based on your qualifying diagnosis, to the formation of your personalized medical marijuana treatment plan, and then connecting you with a State licensed Texas dispensary.
Dr. Brimberry was one of the first certified doctors in Texas to provide access to medical cannabis for conditions related to palliative medicine. Anyone with a qualifying health condition receives a customized treatment plan based on the latest studies and research available for medical cannabis.
The Texas Cannabis Clinic physicians and “marijuana doctors” regularly design treatments to relieve symptoms associated with autism, multiple sclerosis, muscle spasms, PTSD, and seizures. They are experts in using medical marijuana to treat spasticity and neuropathy to help patients that are in chronic pain.
Same day appointments are available, and there is no charge if you don’t qualify for medical cannabis treatment. To learn more about medical marijuana, book a telehealth appointment today.
Texas Medical Marijuana
Eligible Texans have access to medical marijuana through the State’s compassionate use program (CUP) administered by the Texas Department of Public Safety (DPS). Texans with certain medical conditions may qualify. Learn more about its use and who can get a prescription.
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Texas’s Compassionate Use Program (CUP) allows certain physicians to prescribe low tetrahydrocannabinols (THC) cannabis for medical purposes.
Low-THC comes from the plant Cannabis Sativa L. All parts of the plant and any resulting compounds, salts, resins, oils and derivatives that contain no more than 0.5 % by weight of THC are considered Low-THC. Medical use of these substances is limited to swallowing, not smoking, the prescribed dose of low-THC.
By law, CUP is limited to Texas patients with:
- Seizure disorders
- Multiple sclerosis
- Amyotrophic lateral sclerosis
- Terminal cancer
Medical marijuana prescriptions
Patients may get Low-THC cannabis prescribed if:
- The patient is a permanent resident of Texas
- The patient has one of the medical conditions listed above
- A CUP registered physician prescribes
- That qualified physician decides the benefit outweighs the risk
There is no age limit for prescriptions. Patients under 18 may need a legal guardian.
Getting a prescription:
- The physician will enter a prescription in the Compassionate Use Registry of Texas (CURT)
- After, the patient or legal guardian can go to any licensed dispensary to get the prescription
- The patient or legal guardian will need to provide ID and patient’s, last name, date of birth, and last five digits of their Social Security Number
CURT is an online system provided by DPS and used by Qualified physicians to input and manage low-THC prescriptions.
Dispensaries use the CURT system to search for the patient’s information before filling any related prescriptions.
A physician’s qualifications to prescribe low-THC is outlined in Section A169.002 of Senate Bill 339 (PDF).
Compassionate Use Registry of Texas
Search the Compassionate User Registry of Texas to find a participating physician in your area that can prescribe low-THC cannabis. Results displayed are physicians who have granted permission to publish their information.
- When searching by city or zip code at least the first 3 letters or numbers are required.
- Search results will appear exactly as entered by registering physicians.
Compassionate Use Program Eligibility questions can be answered in the FAQ section of CUP FAQ . Any questions not addressed in the FAQs relating to participation in the Compassionate Use Program can be submitted through the Contact Us form.