SARASOTA, Fla., September 10, 2020 (Newswire.com) - After 27 years in practice, Dr. Daniel P. Stein, M.D. is closing his Sarasota General Adult neurology offices in favor of transitioning to a full-time medical cannabis clinic. The move, due to take effect on Sept. 4, 2020, was announced to patients and colleagues last week.
Transitioning to Cannabis Treatment
For decades, Board Certified Neurologist Dr. Stein was known for providing traditional, alternative and integrative treatment plans to his clients. His Sarasota office will now specialize in helping qualified patients to register and obtain their medical marijuana card, as well as to provide expert guidance regarding the effective use of medical cannabis to improve and transform their health.
“I am excited to be part of the global renaissance in cannabis medicine, and this transition to a full-time cannabis clinic will help us meet the tremendous demand for credible information on this topic.” - Dr. Daniel P. Stein
A highly credentialed medical professional, Dr. Stein completed a fellowship at the National Institute of Health, performed his residency at the Cleveland Clinic, and earned his MD at Albany Medical College in New York. He has published research in several prestigious medical journals, including the New England Journal of Medicine and The American Journal of Endocannabinoid Medicine.
As a medical marijuana expert, he is a sought-after international speaker and presenter, considered an authority on developing holistic patient treatment plans which incorporate not only physical healing but emotional, social and spiritual health. His stated mission is to improve the quality of life for his patients through the responsible use of medical marijuana.
The office will begin operating solely as a Cannabis Clinic after September 4, although medical records for traditional patients will continue to be made available.
For more information, contact Neurology of Cannabis.
For confidential questions regarding cannabis use, call Dr. Stein directly at 941-685-5038.
Source: Neurology of Cannabis