Date & Time
Tuesday, December 17, 2020
- Genester Wilson-King, MD, VACOG – Dr. Wilson-King is a board-certified obstetrician and gynecologist and fellow of the American College of OB/GYN with over 25 years of clinical experience
- Stephen Robinson, MD, MPH – Dr. Stephen S. Robinson received his MD from the School of Medicine at the University of Washington in Seattle and his MPH from the School of Hygiene and Public Health at Johns Hopkins University.
- Sherry Yafai, MD – Sherry Yafai MD is a Cannabis and Emergency Medicine physician at Providence St. John’s Medical Center since 2009.
- December 17, 2020 – Csequence’s Expert Panel Series: Cannabis in Medicine Part 4: Pain
- January 2021 – Clinical Interview – Sexual Health Pt 1
- February 2021 – 1:1 Interview – Sexual Health Pt 2
- March 2021 – 1:1 Interview – PTSD
- April 2021 – Clinical Interview – Finding an Effective Dose
- May 2021 – 1:1 Interview – MyJane and CBD
- June 2021 – Expert Panel Series: Cannabis in Medicine Part 5: Sleeplessness/ Insomnia
- July 2021 – Expert Panel Series: Cannabis in Medicine Part 6: Opioid Crisis
- September 2021 – Expert Panel Series: Cannabis in Medicine Part 7: Parkinson’s Disease
Can you use cannabis to treat acute and/or chronic pain?
Join us on December 17th at 11am PT for Episode 3 of Csequence’s virtual expert series: Cannabis in Medicine: Pain, to expand your understanding of how cannabis can help in the treatment and management of acute and/or chronic pain.
Specifically, we will dive into the existing research, outline current medical use, identify the potential future role cannabis could play in healthcare, and leverage experts’ knowledge and demonstrative evidence to help distinguish fact from fiction.
Genester Wilson-King, MD, VACOG
Dr. Wilson-King is a board-certified obstetrician and gynecologist and fellow of the American College of OB/GYN with over 25 years of clinical experience providing compassionate, individualized care to patients throughout Florida.
After years of working as a full-service OB/GYN in established institutions such as Lawnwood Regional Medical Center and Florida Hospital Waterman, she founded Victory Rejuvenation Center (VRC), a private holistic and preventive medicine practice that provides life-transforming management modalities and customized medicines prescribed to improve and advance the health of men and women.
As the Medical Director of VRC, she channels her expertise in plant-based medicine, integrated health, nutrition, and supplement use, exercise, cannabis education, and hormone balancing to provide services that help her patients age gracefully and achieve holistic well-being.
Dr. Wilson-King treats people from the perspective we are a spirit with a soul held within a body. In order to achieve health and wellness, you must nourish and nurture all three.
-Nationally recognized wellness and cannabis use speaker, presenting widely on topics such as Cannabis Use in Women’s Health and Cannabis use in Obstetrics, and is an advocate, speaker, clinician, and educator for cannabis and hormone/ wellness therapy
-Spent quality time on cultivation farms, in processing facilities, labs, and in dispensaries across the country and in Israel
-Is Co-VP of the Society of Cannabis Clinicians, the educational and scientific society of physicians and other professionals dedicated to the promotion, protection, and support of cannabis for medical use
-Co-authored the Best Practices Guidelines for Cannabis Use in Pregnancy and Breastfeeding, The Relationship Between Marijuana Use and Sexual Function in Men, and Assessment of the Association of Cannabis on Female Sexual Function with the Female Sexual Function Index
-On the Board of Doctors For Cannabis Regulation (DCFR), the first and only national physicians’ association dedicated to the legalization and effective regulation of cannabis for adults
– Advancing the DCFR’s commitment to addressing the disproportionate criminalization of marijuana use among communities of color and the nation’s poor, she regularly provides expert opinions for cannabis legal cases
-Has held dozens of seminars throughout the State of Florida on Premenstrual Syndrome Management, Menopause: Women and Men, Bioidentical Hormone Therapy, and the Aging Process from the whole person perspective
Stephen Robinson, MD, MPH
Dr. Stephen S. Robinson received his MD from the School of Medicine at the University of Washington in Seattle and his MPH from the School of Hygiene and Public Health at Johns Hopkins University.
His passion for both public health and global health became a lifelong commitment after visiting Cuba in the early 70s and again in the mid-80s. He completed his residency in internal medicine at Harlem Hospital Center, and later served as a medical team leader to both Ghana and Liberia with Operation Crossroads Africa. In New York City, Dr. Robinson worked within the Sophie Davis School at the City College of New York for 15 years, to establish the CUNY Medical School, some of that time with the late Dr. George I. Lythcott. During his tenure with the City University, he also served as the interim director of the Physician Assistant Program at Harlem Hospital Center. Dr. Robinson worked as Director of Clinical Services with Georgia’s Primary Care Assn. He left the US for five years and worked in Tanzania, setting up an exchange program between the Institute for Medical Research in Tanzania and the Public Health Sciences Institute at Morehouse College. While there, he also worked with Columbia University’s Mailman School of Public Health evaluating health facilities for their readiness to provide HIV/AIDS care and treatment.
Since his move to Oakland, California, Dr. Robinson has been evaluating patients for their use of medical cannabis over the past ten years, both in-person and online. He has participated in panels at numerous cannabis-related conferences and delivered presentations on cannabis’ medicinal benefits and dosing strategies to both professional and lay audiences. He is a member of the Scientific Advisory Committee CW Analytics, an independent cannabis testing laboratory. Dr. Robinson contributed to the update of the Medical Board of California’s “Guidelines for the Recommendation of Cannabis for Medical Purposes.” He has been a board member of the Society for Cannabis Clinicians and currently serves as president of the organization.
Sherry Yafai, MD
Sherry Yafai MD is a Cannabis and Emergency Medicine physician at Providence St. John’s Medical Center since 2009. She started her medical career at UCSD Medical School graduating in 2005 and UCSD Emergency Medicine Residency in 2009.
In 2017, after recreational marijuana laws had passed in California, Dr. Yafai opened her private Cannabis Clinic, the ReLeaf Institute, where she sees patients primarily referred by physicians for cannabis education and treatment.
She is the Co-Vice President of the Society of Cannabis Clinicians, a member of the UCLA Cannabis Initiative, and a distinguished speaker for UCSD Center for Medical Cannabis Research, Pacific Neuroscience Institute, and multiple other medical programs.
In 2018 she was accepted as an Adjunct Associate Professor at John Wayne Cancer Institute working with cannabis and cancer research.
Last year, Dr. Yafai worked with the Los Angeles community to put together the first-ever CME approved Medical Cannabis Conference designed to educate the healthcare community on dosing, indications, and legal perspectives in the recreationally legal setting of California.
The ReLeaf Institute Conference proudly hosted Kim Kirchmeyer from the Medical Board of California, the LA County of Public Health, The Department of Cannabis Regulations for LA, Clinical and Cannabinoids Research Journal, and the Society of Cannabis Clinicians.
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Some might say it is a “meteorological phenomenon.” Others classify it as a hybrid strain of Cannabis. However, for investors, industry insiders, and burgeoning canna-businesses, it is something very different… Pineapple, Inc. [OTC: PNPL] is a publicly traded company in the legal cannabis industry that through its portfolio of assets offers operational management, technology, IP licensing, Cannabis property rentals, and owns equity in cannabis retail and production facilities.
Pineapple, Inc. through our operating subsidiary Pineapple Express Consulting, Inc., as well as our portfolio asset, Pineapple Ventures, Inc. (“PVI”) we provide capital to our canna-business clientele, lease real properties to those canna-businesses, take equity positions and manage those operations, and provide consulting and technology to develop, enhance, or expand existing and newly formed infrastructures. Pineapple Express is built to become the leading portfolio management company in the U.S. cannabis sector.
Headquartered in Los Angeles, Pineapple, Inc., the Company’s executive team blends enterprise-level corporate expertise with a combined three decades of experience operating in the tightly-regulated cannabis industry. Pineapple Express’s strategic asset integration has provided it with the infrastructure to support its subsidiaries with cost-effective access to all segments of the vertical: from cultivation and processing, to distribution, retail and delivery. With its headquarters also in Los Angeles, California Pineapple Express’s portfolio company, PVI, is rapidly increasing its footprint throughout the state and looking to scale into underdeveloped markets.