Miami, FL (PRWEB) October 31, 2014
“Americans are suffering with pain every day and Medical Marijuana is a safe, measured and regulated way for patients to be comfortable and live life,” stated Dr. Rudolph Moise, DO, MBA, JD. “What voters don’t know is that communities with medical marijuana availability have actually seen decreases in crime, decreases in deaths from prescription painkillers, and even decrease in teenage use. We are just beginning to see the many benefits of this miracle medicine!” Moise adds.
Dr. Moise is a strong supporter of the Pro-Medical Marijuana movement in Florida. He is also an advocate for helping patients in desperate need of alleviating pain, nausea, seizures and other symptoms associated with Cancer, Alzheimer’s Disease, Epilepsy, AIDS, Multiple Sclerosis and more. Dr. Moise is speaking out about the benefits of Medical Marijuana so that he and other Florida physicians can provide the best care possible for patients.
“The majority of Americans, more than 160 Million in 23 states plus the District of Columbia, have the legal right to choose medical marijuana when recommended by their physician for allowed conditions. However, in Florida the elderly and other residents who seek to relieve their suffering with cannabis are considered criminals. This is just wrong and inhumane!” said Dr. Moise.
About Dr. Rudolph Moise
Dr. Rudolph Moise is the President and CEO of Comprehensive Health Center, LLC a large primary health care practice with centers in Dade, Broward and Central Florida. He practices family medicine and pain management. He is also the CEO of Physician Access Urgent Care Group (PAUC), a Managed Service Organization (MSO), which manages 40 medical practices in South and Central Florida. Dr. Moise has received multiple awards from several organizations around the country. In 2005 the South Florida Business Journal named him one of the five finalists for the “Best Physician of Year” award. He is a member of multiple boards, including The Dade County Medical Association, United Way of Miami Dade County, Jackson Memorial Foundation, and North Shore Hospital. He recently retired from the Air Force Reserve after 21 years of honorable service as a Colonel and Flight Surgeon.
For more information on medical marijuana visit: http://www.medicalmarijuanahealing.com.