How Much Should I Budget For Preventive Medicine? - Tiger Medical Institute

How Much Should I Budget For Preventive Medicine?

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“Success depends upon previous preparation, and without such preparation there is sure to be failure.” ~ Confucius

How Much Should I Budget For Preventive Medicine?

If you are looking to save for preventive medicine, you are taking a proactive approach.

Sadly, our healthcare system has been one to treat the disease rather than being proactive upfront and seeking to prevent it.

Though all of us are bound to get sick at some point in our lives, many illnesses and sicknesses can be prevented by taking preventive measures.

Of course, this will take an investment. The cost upfront is well worth the benefits if one is willing to do the work and go the extra mile.

We will be looking at the price one should be prepared to pay for preventive medicine and the reason behind the cost differentiation.

Let’s begin!

Plan to Save Thousands

Based on our article, Best Providers of Health Optimization Programs, you can expect to pay anywhere from $4,000 to $50,000.

Our preventive medicine program at Tiger Medical Institute falls nicely at the center of $29,997. We will touch more on why this is the case, but for the time being, it is essential to understand why there is such a gap in the price point.

Reasons for the Price Differentiation

Preventive medicine programs differ in cost based on what is available and included. Some of these variables worth noting include the following:

1. Testing

What kind of tests are done and given? How many tests will there be? What is the time frame you need to complete them?

All of the questions above depend upon the price point. A program that just looks at blood work and does a gut microbiome test will be less expensive than one that includes genetics testing, hormone testing, micronutrient testing, and more.

2. Wearable Devices

Another component that plays a role in price is what is included from a technological standpoint.

What does the program include? Are there devices offered to track sleep? HRV? Activity?

Prices can increase or decrease depending on the wearable device (and how many).

3. Coaching

Does the program include a coach to come alongside you and implement habits and make sense of your test results? Or are you expected to figure that out on your own?

Having a coach come alongside you can be a tremendous help in taking the next appropriate steps toward being proactive.

If the program is just transactional with data, expect to pay less. If you want a coach to come alongside you, expect to pay more.

4. Length of Program

The length of the program will impact the amount you pay.

Some programs last a few days of on-site testing. Others may consist of a week or a few months.

Here at Tiger Medical Institute, we provide a year-long preventive medicine program tailored to you. Meetings are virtual and periodic throughout the year to provide support, encouragement, clarity, guidance, and implementation.

5. Additional Services

Some programs offer massages, acupuncture, chiropractic care, hyperbaric chamber, etc.

It all depends on which program you choose, how many additional services you would like added, and if you are willing to visit them on-site or have sessions done virtually.

What Tiger Medical Institute Costs & Why It Is A Perfect Medium

Tiger Medical Institute offers an innovative approach to preventive medicine.

Suppose you are looking for an individualized preventive medicine program tailored to fit your profile and help you optimize your health and energy. In that case, consider Tiger Medical Institute.

We provide:

  1. Wearable devices to track HRV and sleep.
  2. Advanced blood screening, including over 100 key biomarkers.
  3. Screening for risk assessment of Alzheimer’s, dementia, and memory loss.
  4. SPECT brain scan.
  5. Cardiovascular health scan.
  6. Gut Microbiome screening.
  7. Hormone testing.
  8. Micronutrient testing.
  9. Advanced genetic testing.
  10. Targeted retesting of priority biomarkers.
  11. Multiple appointments with a doctor to review test results.
  12. Health coach to help implement health habits.

And much more.

Next Steps On Your Preventive Medicine Journey

If you are serious about preventive medicine, we highly recommend you view the following articles on our Learning Center:

You have what it takes inside you to make a definite choice that will change the future trajectory of your health.

Our team at Tiger Medical has the experience, clinical skills, and coaching acumen to help you get your health and energy back.

To talk to one of our professionals, click here to schedule your call!

Lance VanTine

Lance VanTine

Client Success Manager

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