Here at CDA Clinics, we’re frequently asked about what to expect in our consultations. We’ve put together a short video in order to help you understand and feel more comfortable when preparing for your consult. You can feel confident booking with us, as for the third year in a row we have won the service of the year award!

The Consultation

In your consultation, we will discuss with you:

  • Your current condition(s).
  • The reason why you’re sourcing medical cannabis
  • Patient education on medical cannabis, products and dosing
  • A customised treatment plan and dosing plan that the doctor or nurse will help you with
  • Review of your current and previous medications and treatments
  • Discuss the pathways and process
  • Answer any questions that you might have

There’s a lot of information provided to you in the consultation so please do feel free to bring a notebook and pen/pencil. Follow up consultations are six weeks after the initial consultation, in order to review the treatment plan, the product and the dosage.

The Costs

We try to keep our costs down as much as possible but please remember that our doctors, nurses and admin staff do cost money to provide you with the best care possible. Our costs are upfront and transparent, we advertise all our costs on our website.

Please note that patients are required to make prepayment for their initial and follow-up consultations. After the consultation, your script will be sent to the nominated dispensing pharmacy and you will be contacted to discuss the product payment and collection/delivery options.

It can take up to 10 business days for your product to be ready at the pharmacy and we do appreciate your patience during these 10 days.

We hope that this blog has prepared you to take full advantage of your consult and your time with one of our cannabis experts. For more information please visit our FAQs page.

Disclaimer: This is not an inducement to use Medicinal Cannabis. Medical Cannabis doesn’t work for everyone, and it may not work for you. How Cannabis affects a person depends on many things, including their size, weight, age and health, dosage and tolerance, and the results can vary. Some people may experience side effects when taking Cannabinoid medication. The information provided by CDA Clinics is for educational and informational purposes only. For medical advice, please check with your doctor and request a referral.