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Cannabis + Pain Management Session at Balfour Senior Living

Last year’s Cannabis 101 sessions were so successful that we are doing a 2018 event series with Balfour Senior Living hosted by Stratos and Holos Health. The first event is on cannabis and pain management and will take place in Louisville on January 22 at 3:00 pm and it’s open to the public.

Stratos, the creator of a pharmaceutical-grade cannabis tablet product line, is facilitating a Cannabis & Pain Management Seminar at 3 p.m. on January 22nd in The Lodge at Balfour Senior Living. The free hour presentation will be led by Dr. Joe Cohen of Holos Health, one of the top physician medical cannabis experts in the country. The presentation will discuss cannabis health and wellness applications for common senior pain issues such as arthritis, sore joints, back pain, degenerative disc disease, and neck stiffness. The presentation will also provide information about methods of consumption, proper dosing, and available products. Each session will be followed by a Q+A.

The Lodge at Balfour Senior Living
1331 E Hecla Drive, Louisville 80027
Space is limited; please RSVP by calling 303.867.6400

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