Dr. K Private Medicine
A Personalized Approach to Data-Driven Medicine
Dr. K Private Medicine aims to help high-performing individuals be even better versions of themselves.
Doctor K takes a hyper-personalized approach to understand Clients in the context of their biomarkers to devise efficient strategies to achieve their goals.
Doctor K’s Clients are typically high-achieving, type-A go-getters who are continuously looking to improve their day to day performance whether that’s performance at the gym, at work or in the bedroom. Clients are continuously looking to understand all the strategies and tools at their disposal in order to optimize their performance.
Ultimately it’s a collaborative process that requires implementing different strategies and assessing the success of those strategies in both quantitative and qualitative terms. Doctor K looks at both numbers as well as the subjective experience of Clients in order to iterate and optimize regimens to enhance their performance.
The Practice Today
Upon entering clinical rotations as a third year medical student at Mount Sinai, Doctor K had a disheartening realization: everyone in the hospital was absolutely miserable. The doctors exhausted and burned out, the nurses under-staffed and under-appreciated and the patients sick and frustrated. With decreasing insurance reimbursements year after year, medicine has transitioned to prioritize quantity over quality. Doctor K knew that he didn’t want to become part of the endless carousel of reactive medicine: applying temporary bandaids instead of addressing underlying causes of symptoms and disease.
Young and ambitious, against the advice of all his medical school mentors, he chose to launch a private practice dedicated to proactive, personalized and private medicine. Doctor K officially launched The Practice in January of 2017, merely months after the completion of his internship and obtaining licensure. The original concept sought to revive the old-school NYC doctor who performed housecalls and actually knew his clients (as opposed to “patients” which implies infirmity) but with the modern upgrades of innovative technology, data-driven decision making and customized products.
What began exclusively as a housecall service soon evolved into a practice dedicated to optimizing performance. This remains the mission of The Practice today.
Meet the Team
Andrew R. Kibert,
The Five Dimensions
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