Patient ServicesMedicinal cannabis assessment, physician appointments and nursing support
Services for Tetra Health Patients
Medical cannabis is not like other prescription medications. Pathways to access are complex, and treatment response is highly individual due to a number of factors.
Currently in Australia, patients are only eligible for medicinal cannabis if they have a chronic condition and they have trialled conventional pharmaceutical drugs and experience adverse effects, or their symptoms are not fully controlled.
At this time, Medical Cannabis is NOT a first line therapy.
We assist patients in making informed choices and offer support to your doctor based on clinical research and real patient data. If deemed suitable for treatment by your doctor or our nursing team, you can expect personalised treatment plans, ongoing support from our specialist nurses, a 1800 support line and a review of cannabinoid medicines that best suit your symptoms.
Tetra has access to a number of difference medications that vary in cannabinoid content. Tetra is product agnostic and works with any TGO93 approved supplier of medical cannabis products in Australia.
Interested in learning more?
Simply book an appointment to speak with with one of our nurses over the phone, fill out our Intake Forms online, and review your medical history during your appointment to ensure that medical cannabis is a suitable treatment option. From there, we will work with your treating physicians and build the best care plan for your condition and symptoms. If deemed suitable for treatment, you can speak to one of our physicians through video consultation (TeleHealth) from the comfort of your home! No need to travel to a clinic to get the support you need.
Click the Book Appointment Now button below to schedule an assessment with one of our nurse specialists over the phone. We service patients across every State and Territory in Australia and are proud to be the most trusted service provider in all of Australia for medical cannabis treatment. Our doctors prescribe cannabis for a number of indications, which you can learn more about below.
What is Medicinal Cannabis?
Cannabis is a plant that grows throughout temperate and tropical climates. The leaves and flowering tops of cannabis plants product more than 500 active ingredients, and over 100 of those are called “cannabinoids”. The major active and commonly known cannabinoid compounds are tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) and cannabidiol (CBD). The different combinations of these compounds in cannabinoid medications have a wide range of effects on our individual endocannabinoid systems.
Indications for Use
Medicinal cannabis may be helpful with the management of symptoms associated with a wide variety of conditions that have not responded to conventional treatments. The TGA does not have an approved list of indications that may be applied for, and Tetra has received approvals for over 40 different indications, such as:
- Alzheimer’s disease and dementia
- Cancer symptoms
- Crohn’s disease
- Chronic pain (back pain, migraines)
- Gastrointestinal disorders (IBS, IBD)
- Harm reduction
- Multiple sclerosis
- Nausea and vomiting
- Nerve damage (neuropathy)
- Sleep disorders
- Palliative symptoms
- Parkinson’s disease
- Wasting syndrome and loss of appetite