‘The Marijuana Solution’ Podcast: Interview with Dr. David Berger
February 20, 2017
Dr. David joined “The Marijuana Solution” podcast with guest Robert Roundtree to discuss the recent proposed rules by the Florida Department of Health Office of Compassionate Use. In the interview, Dr. David breaks down the proposed rules and how they would affect a his ability to practice medicine. Dr. David also discusses many of the therapeutic benefits for children and adults.
For more than two decades, Dr. David has been championing for patient and doctor rights in the State of Florida. He has a holistic approach to medicine and believes the benefits of medical cannabis are only beginning to be understood. In his practice Wholistic ReLeaf, (formerly Family Medical Cannabis Clinic), Dr. David treats patients, ranging from from young to old, with medical cannabis and has been receiving amazing feedback on the benefits.
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Dr. David Berger (“Dr. David”), a Board Certified Pediatrician with over 20 years of experience as a clinician, has developed a national reputation in wholistic pediatric primary care. Dr. David is considered Tampa Bay area’s leading authority on medical cannabis for adults and children, and is one of the nation’s most experienced pediatricians using medical cannabis to help facilitate the treatment of children with chronic conditions.
Dr. David graduated from The Medical College of Pennsylvania in 1994 and completed his pediatric residency at the University of South Florida/Tampa General Hospital where he first began utilizing wholistic therapies. Dr. David has been in private practice since 1997 and in 2005 opened Wholistic Pediatrics & Family Care, his medical practice in Tampa, Florida. In 2010, Dr. David was appointed Assistant Professor at the University of South Florida College of Nursing. In 2016, he launched Wholistic ReLeaf to help qualified patients become certified to use medical cannabis.