I read up on it first

Whenever I’m at a new doc’s office, I try to study the medical pamphlets offered in each respective waiting room.

  • Even though I regularly have my phone with me and could just as absolutely browse online, I still love to read medical pamphlets, especially if I’m seeing a specialist who I’ve never met before.

For example, I had to see a sports physician once after I ruined the muscles in my arm. In the waiting room there were pamphlets discussing all weird kinds of muscle injuries from head to toe. There was a single certain brochure discussing all sorts of arm and shoulder pain. Before I even went back to see the doc, I had a good system of what could have happened and what I would need to do with physical therapy to get the muscles to heal. When the physician ran a few checks, including an x-ray and CAT scan, she said that I had a torn rotator cuff. This was one of the injuries I had read about in the brochure in the doc’s waiting room. When I was waiting in the lobby at the medical marijuana dispensary, I observed that they had a number of papers to study themselves. There was abundant literature to study detailing all sorts of info regarding medical cannabis and it’s regular uses. For someone who is new to weed and is trying the product for the first time, these papers are severely great. Even the best marijuana physicians can’t remember every fact or piece of info when they’re helping new patients see their way through the process.


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