Julie G wrote:The only extra cost would be the practitioner, with a media cost of $400/hour. (Estimate 1-1.5 hours for first appt. and around 30 mins. for follow-ups.)
Please elaborate! Does this mean that all practitioners associated with Apollo Health are charging $400/hour?
AlphaLee wrote:We are evaluating using a functional doctor. They are expensive! Does anyone have any fee's we can use to compare? We just want to know if this is what they all cost or if this one is especially expensive.
Perhaps the cost is less in less expensive areas of the country. I hope this is helpful.
Julie G wrote:This also includes a one year subscription.
Hi Julie, can you elaborate on what the subscription is for and how much that costs after the first year?
I'd like to see the ability to do ReCode without having to use an FM practitioner, but I'm not holding my breath. I'll at least keep waiting until prices come down given how much I've improved doing so much outside of any one lab set, protocol or FM practitioner.
Julie G wrote:That's great news, circ. I feel the same at the present moment as I've been able to identify and am continuing to address my biggest drivers. For others, who haven't devoted the past 6-8 years immersed in this, I think Apollo Health has a good product which they're earnestly continuing to refine.
Julie G wrote:They also have a new, very reasonably priced product called PreCODE for the prevention of AD, which they haven't even begun to market yet. Those interested can read about it here.
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