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Pay your TIP deposit, submit your intake paperwork and schedule your first appointment to join the 8,000+ patients enjoying true Food Freedom!
Your TIP Program Fee includes access to 24/7 support, dosing and…. The program fee does not include the cost of appointments or lab costs.
We accept FSA/HSA cards for TIP Program fees, you can use them for appointments and services by sending itemized receipts for reimbursement to your FSA/HSA provider.
To check if your plan works with TIP, submit your information below. Once you enter your information on in Step 1, you’ll be able to check if TIP takes your plan in Step 2. Don’t worry, this will not commit to TIP (that happens in the later steps). If you still have questions, email [email protected]
There are a number of factors that determine the length of treatment. Age, severity of allergens, type of allergen, family history, health history, etc. All must be considered when designing the patient’s unique protocol. The length of treatment will vary based on each patient’s individual plan. At the end of the second visit, you will have a clear idea of how long your treatment length will be. Generally, the average treatment timeline is 24 – 36 months.
What Is TIP?
The Tolerance Induction Program™ (TIP) is a lifetime of safety from food anaphylaxis and the hope for a life without food allergies.
Built on over a decade of diagnostic data, the Tolerance Induction Program™ (TIP) is a specialized treatment program designed to help patients with severe food allergies achieve true Food Freedom — the ability to eat whatever they want, whenever they want, in unlimited quantities without fear of reaction.
Regardless of pre-existing conditions or the number of food allergies a patient has, TIP can help.
“What is TIP?- with Dr. Randhawa”