We are pleased to end any speculation about the validity of our certifications. Had a court case today (2-4-16) involving CPS. The court was aware of the suspension and made it clear that since in was after the card was issued, it had no bearing on the case or […]
Denali Has Had a Setback
Obviously many of you know we have had a setback at Denali. The state has suspended my license, and our efforts to have that suspension overturned did not prevail. We have more to go through with the state, but the fact of the matter is that […]
The Science of the Endocannabinoid System
Cannabis and the Endocannabinoid System by Dr. Sunil Kumar Aggarwal, (M.D, 2010, Ph.D., Medical Geography, 2008.) This presentation is scientific and is directed towards Physicians and Healthcare professionals.
Dr. Aggarwal is a graduate of University of Washington’s NIH-supported Medical Scientist Training Program and an Associate […]
Failed Back Surgery Syndrome
Failed back surgery syndrome (FBSS) is when back pain and/ or leg pain recurs or persists
following an otherwise successful back surgery. The goal of back surgery is to relieve pain by correcting the cause of the pain, such as relieving the pressure on a nerve root or […]
The Pharmacist Refuses to Fill My Prescription…
Can They Do That???
Pharmacists are coming under increased pressure from regulatory agencies to decrease the number of controlled substances they dispense. Does this mean they can refuse to fill a prescription written for a legitimate medical reason by a physician in good standing? […]
Denali Healthcare has been working with the people that brought you the caregiver/patient matching service GrassMatch.com to beta test a new web based clinic software program called MichiganMarijuanaForms.com.
What Michigan Marijuana Forms Does
After working with certification for over 5 years, we have helped michiganmarijuanaforms.com identify common problems with the application […]
Dealing with a Urine Drug Screen
Dr. Jana Burson
Drug screens are essential to detect ongoing drug use or relapse to drug use. It’s kind of like using X-rays to detect growth of cancer. The earlier it’s detected, the better.
Addiction is a disease that convinces its sufferers to lie so that the […]
What is Irritable bowel Syndrome?
Tens of millions of people suffer from irritable bowel syndrome (IBS), an enigmatic problem with no known cause and no effective remedy. Sometimes referred to as spastic colon, it affects 10% to 20% of otherwise healthy adults, most of them women. In the United States […]
What is Fibromyalgia?
Fibromyalgia is a chronic pain syndrome characterized by widespread musculoskeletal pain, multiple tender points, and fatigue. ―Tender points refers to tenderness that is found in precise areas, particularly in the neck, spine, shoulders, and hips.
A person is considered to have fibromyalgia if they have widespread pain […]
This was written in response to an article in the St. Ignance News.
Dr. Bob Townsend Discusses Drug Education in Schools
The article on drug education promotes what amounts to little more than anti-drug propaganda being taught in our schools. I actually have a daughter that, laughing her 14 year old […]