IL Marijuana Doctor Clinics
Med Marijuana doctor’s in IL – Illinois Medical Marijuana Doctors are now seeing patients throughout the state to recommend medical cannabis for alternate medicine. Find the best medical cannabis doctor locations near you here on ILCBD.com. Medical marijuana ID cards are issued by the state following the doctor’s approval.
Illinois Marijuana cards are available to patients with a qualifying condition, including opioid addiction and replacement which now qualifies under state law. Find Cannabis Doctors that are recommending marijuana as a treatment for one of the following debilitating conditions that qualify.
Use the IL Marijuana Doctor Directory by city to find MMJ doctors & clinic locations near you that recommend medical marijuana or check on the map below.
Addison * Anna * Arlington Heights * Aurora * Bartlett * Bloomington * Bolingbrook * Buffalo Grove * Canton * Champaign * Chicago * Cicero * Collinsville * Decatur * Deerfield * Des Plaines * Downers Grove * Effingham * Elgin * Elmhurst * Elmwood Park * Evanston * Fulton * Grandview * Harrisburg * Highland Park * Homewood * Joliet * Justice * Lincoln Park * Marion * Milan * Mokena * Morris * Mount Prospect * Mundelein * Naperville * Normal * Oak Lawn * Oak Park * Orland Park * Ottawa * Palatine * Park Ridge * Peoria * Posen * Quincy * Rockford * Rolling Meadows * Romeoville * Sauget * Schaumburg * Skokie * South Side * Springfield * St Charles * Tinley Park * Urbana * Waukegan * Wheaton * Worth
Illinois Qualifying Debilitating Conditions List
To qualify for medical marijuana in IL, a physician must provide a written certification specifying their qualifying debilitating condition, unless they are a veteran receiving health services at a VA facility. Illinois Veterans must submit one year of medical records from the VA facility where they receive services.
Agitation of Alzheimer’s disease * HIV/AIDS * ALS * Arnold-Chiari malformation * Cancer * Causalgia * Chronic inflammatory demyelinating polyneuropathy * Crohn’s disease * CRPS * Dystonia * Fibrous Dysplasia * Glaucoma * Hepatitis C * Hydrocephalus * Hydromyelia * Interstitial cystitis * Intractable Pain * Lupus * Multiple Sclerosis * Muscular Dystrophy * Myasthenia Gravis * Myoclonus * Nail-patella syndrome * Neurofibromatosis * Parkinson’s disease * PTSD * Reflex sympathetic dystrophy * Residual limb pain * Rheumatoid arthritis * Seizures * Fibromyalgia * Sjogren’s syndrome * Spinal cord disease * Spinocerebellar ataxia * Syringomyelia * Tarlov cysts * Tourette syndrome * Traumatic brain injury * Cachexia/wasting syndrome
Get Started Now!
Interested in Medical Marijuana? Let us help by starting here.
For people interested in medical marijuana in Illinois, we are now offering the service that makes it easy find a recommending doctor near you when they become active. You will also receive updates & news relative to medical marijuana in general. If you are interested fill out the registration form below and a physician or clinic representative contact you as available.
PLEASE READ PRIOR TO COMPLETING PATIENT REGISTRATION FORM:
Some doctors take most PPO commercial insurance (Blue Cross Blue Shield, United Healthcare, Cigna, Aetna, and Medicare) – so whatever the co-pay is for a primary doctor visit. This can reduce out of pocket expense some.
The state charges $100, $200, or $250 for 1, 2, or 3 year applications. Every patient must pay this in addition to the doctor visit. Fingerprint card is also required. $65. Please understand the costs associated and be sure they are acceptable prior to completing this form. Thank you.
Veterans For Marijuana
Illinois Veterans have expressed strong support for THC or medical cannabis as a real treatment for qualifying medical conditions they face. For example, PTSD is a spectrum anxiety disorder that MMJ treats without the commonly prescribed anti-anxiety prescription medications such as Klonopin, Valium & Xanax. One Combat Wounded Veteran stated, “Weed is a miracle for PTSD, sometimes I think I smoke a lot, then it occurred to me that I haven’t wanted to hit anyone in 6 months.”
Currently, veterans have to go out of the network to a civilian doctor for a MMJ recommendation as the Veterans Administration is still conducting studies. A veteran receiving health services at a VA facility can use that as their written certification specifying their qualifying condition. Veterans must submit one year of medical records from the VA facility where they receive services.