"I have a lot of patients who have epilepsy who would not be good for that, especially when they're having multiple seizures a day," he said. "Or patients who have autism can get very violent and don't have patience to sit in the car for long periods of time."
Others need to travel with wheelchairs or other equipment. Berger said some of his patients drive as long as six hours to his office because he's one of the only board-certified pediatricians in the state who can grant certifications for medical marijuana. Continue >