What Doctor Should I See For Brain Fog? - Tiger Medical Institute

What Doctor Should I See For Brain Fog?

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“Due to intense brain fog, all my thoughts have been grounded until further notice.” ~ Author Unknown

Why Do I Have Brain Fog?

Before we answer that question, let’s start with what brain fog is.

“Brain fog” isn’t an actual diagnosable condition. It describes a particular set of symptoms that can affect your thinking ability. You may find it hard to focus, come up with the right words, or feel confused or disorganized.

According to Cynthia Funes, Ph.D., clinical neuropsychologist, “patients often describe that brain fog feels like having ‘a cloud inside their head’ that makes it difficult for them to focus on daily tasks.”

Would you want to know more about resolving brain fog? This article explains three main ideas to help you decide who you should see for your brain fog symptoms. Those three ideas are as follows:

  1. What are the common causes of brain fog?
  2. What doctor should you see for brain fog?
  3. How does Tiger Medical resolve brain fog?

What are the Common Causes of Brain Fog?

The common causes of brain fog include:

What Doctor Should You See for Your Brain Fog?

Since brain fog could be a complex combination of physical and mental health factors, you must see a licensed healthcare professional to receive care for your symptoms.

Your primary care physician is an excellent beginning point. They know you and your medical history and can refer you to a specialist if there is a concern you could be facing (such as a disease diagnosis) or need a mental health professional.

A functional medicine doctor who practices a holistic version of a medicine seeks to discover the underlying mechanisms driving your symptoms is also an excellent choice.

Traditional medicine practices struggle to get approval from insurance companies for such testing.

Brain fog is a complex case; extensive testing to determine root causes is essential.

How Does Tiger Medical Resolve Brain Fog?

Tiger employs a three-step process with each patient that has proven to work repeatedly in resolving underlying causes of common symptoms. These symptoms keep you from showing up as the best version of yourself.

Here is how Tiger Medical helps:

  1. Test for underlying mechanisms driving your brain fog.
  2. Customize treatment and lifestyle changes specifically for your brain fog.
  3. Partner with your Tiger doctor and health coach to implement the plan for a year!

Tiger Medical employs advanced tests to view your health profile comprehensively. You complete a health history survey, and our doctor’s review, interview you and customize your testing based on what they learn about you.

From test results, we customize your health recovery path. You then enter into the Tiger Medical process that generates results consistently over time. You can learn from previous Tiger clients how our approach worked for them here!

What Are My Next Best Steps?

If, based on the information you have reviewed here on our website, you feel Tiger Medical is a good fit, then the next best step is to go here to book a call with a Tiger Professional.

In this first call, the entire meeting is about learning your history, struggles, and goals. We want to ensure that you are a good fit for our program and that our Tiger team can help you resolve your challenges.

It’s time to make yourself patient number one and embrace self-care.

The first step in that process is to meet with us to learn how!

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Steve Adams

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