Will I be able to drive if I am taking medical cannabis?

There are rules in Ontario regarding cannabis use and driving and they can be found here.

There are certain limits of THC that are permitted. There is no concern with CBD as CBD does not provide impairing effects on driving. 

Most protocols at our clinic do not utilize THC during the day; therefore, you will be able to drive in most circumstances. If THC is used during the day for your treatment protocol, then discuss the implications on driving with the physician.

Can I claim medical cannabis as a medical expense in Canada?

Yes, you can claim expenses related to medical cannabis up until a certain amount each year. This can be found on Lines 33099 and 33199 of your Canadian Income Tax Return

See here for more details.

I lost the link to the virtual education session on medical cannabis. Where can I find that?

The virtual education session for medical cannabis can be found here.

Dr. Evan Lewis has also developed various online resources here.

Where can I find resources on the laws & regulations of medical cannabis in Canada?

Dr. Evan Lewis has developed various online resources here.

A video on the laws & regulations of medical cannabis can be found here

Where can I find resources on the basics of medical cannabis?

Dr. Evan Lewis has developed various online resources here


A video on the basics of medical cannabis can be found here.

Is this appointment covered by provincial health insurance?

Unfortunately, occupational therapy appointments are not covered by provincial health insurance. Patients pay at the time of their scheduled appointment and may then be reimbursed by any private insurance plans under which they have occupational therapy coverage.

Do I need a doctor’s referral to see an occupational therapist?

No, a doctor’s referral is not required to book this appointment. If you would like, you’re welcome to consult with your doctor and have them refer you, but it’s not a requirement.

How much is an occupational therapy session?

Sessions start at $135. Please contact us at 1-833-NUMINUS (686-4687) or book a call for more information.

Who can be seen by our Occupational Therapists?

There are no age restrictions on who can see an occupational therapist.

We highly encourage you to see an occupational therapist if you have been diagnosed with concussion or persistent post-concussive symptoms.

How long does treatment last?

For depression, TMS treatment is usually broken up into two phases: acute and continuation. The acute phase involves 20-minute treatments, delivered five times each week for four weeks. In the continuation phase, you will receive 10–16 treatments, delivered two times each week.

TMS therapy for OCD involves around 30 treatments, delivered five times each week for six weeks. The first session will be a longer 90–minute session. Each following session will be 40–45 minutes.