Wellness

Get Your Pre-Iso Confidence Back With This Digital Health Clinic For Guys

By Urban List Writers
1st Jul 2020

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No doubt, 2020 has been a tough ride. Whether that's included changes to your routine, your job, your future plans—even your morning coffee route—disruption (and not the cool Silicon Valley kind) has been rife this year.

Here to help you navigate some of the trickier and more trying things in your day to day now and into the future is Mosh. It’s Australia’s leading digital health clinic for men—and it’s here that you can get fully tailored and personalised treatments for mental health, sexual health, skin problems, and even hair loss.

All treatments are discreet, custom, online and convenient—no awkward in-person consults or anxiety-filled waiting rooms. And this is precisely the approach Mosh founders David Narunsky and Gabe Baker wanted to take after discovering Aussie men don’t prioritise their health. In fact, statistically, Australian men are less likely to visit a GP compared to women.

“It’s all about telemedicine at Mosh, we know that comfort and convenience plays a big role in your health, and when something is too hard we’re less likely to do it, so our customers can enjoy online consultations with qualified Australian doctors and psychologists from the comfort of their own home,” says Narunsky.

As for how Mosh works, you’ll complete an interactive online questionnaire to assess your needs and suss out how Mosh can help. Mosh uses algorithms to decipher whether your condition is or is not appropriate for telehealth.

For treatment, you’ll be connected with a fully-qualified Australian doctor via video consultation and be guided towards a personal treatment plan. Any products prescribed for you will be delivered directly to you and are offered on a flexible subscription-based plan with free delivery and a 90-day money-back guarantee.

You can discover more about Mosh here

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