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Rick Liogier-Weyback, M.D.
United States Naval Academy
Luis Enrique R. Liogier-Weyback, M.D., is President and founder of Doctor Jane, South Florida’s most professional and discreet concierge medical cannabis practice. As a United States Navy veteran and a neurosurgery-trained physician, Dr. Weyback has made it his mission to bring education and evidence-based personalized therapy into his patients’ homes. As a member of the Brigade of Midshipmen of the United States Naval Academy, Dr. Weyback played Division-1A men’s ice hockey as a highly-recruited defenseman. He has played a total of 22 years of high-level competitive ice hockey. Dr. Weyback is passionate about ensuring that first responders and veterans have access to the benefits of medical cannabis they can use to manage the psychological and physical conditions that disproportionately affect them. Given his extensive personal and professional experience with traumatic brain injury, he decided to concentrate on injury prevention and recovery. When his wife became ill necessitating a change in career from neurosurgery, Dr. Weyback transitioned to wellness and preventative medicine. That was when he decided that this burgeoning therapy should be more easily accessible to a wider range of patients. Maintaining the core values of evidence-based treatment and respect for his patients, he founded Doctor Jane with the mission of providing high-quality, individualized and safe medical cannabis therapy to the patients that need it most. Dr. Weyback has co-authored a number of medical articles, including "The Aging Brain: The Significance of the Default Mode Network (DMN) in Neurological and Neuropsychiatric Disorders: A Review,” in the Yale Journal of Biology and Medicine; “Caffeine as Treatment for Alzheimer’s Disease: A Review,” in the Journal of Caffeine Research; and “The Positive Correlation Between Migraine and Vertigo: A Review,” in The Egyptian Journal of Otolaryngology.” Dr. Weyback holds a Bachelor of Science in Chemistry and Biology and a Post-Baccalaureate in Medical Sciences from the University of Pennsylvania. He obtained his MD from Eastern Virginia Medical School in 2014, received his residency training at the Medical University of South Carolina, and is a member of the Congress of Neurological Surgeons, American Association of Neurological Surgeons, North American Spine Society, and the Florida Medical Association. Dr. Weyback currently resides in Palm Beach County, FL with his wife, Katie Liogier-Weyback, B.S., R.N., and their daughter.
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