Through the donations of H.O.P.E. Wellness Collective, Joey was able to resume aquatic therapy at Hands on Rehab after CHOC denied these services, calling them “experimental”, leaving few options.
The medical marijuana community is picking up where health care delivery is dropping off, and as the results reveal, this is an important form of experiential healing, not experimental healing.
Mieko can’t say the same for the previous medications his doctors ‘experimented’ on Joey with for the first ten years of his life.
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