The free app for "cycle-connected" care is branching out into brick and mortar with its first patient clinic for subscribers at $150 per year

Tia, an app that tracks women's menstrual cycles and offers them comprehensive information about their health, is expanding its services by opening its first clinic in NYC. The $150-a-year membership clinic works by pulling information from the patients' own in-app tracking, and focuses on women's health as an integral part of their individual cycles.

As explained on the app's website, “Cycle-Connected Care is the notion that the menstrual cycle — not just women’s periods, but our broader cycle and associated physiological and emotional manifestations — is the “5th vital sign” that should be considered amongst other data points and indicators when evaluating, diagnosing and treating any female patient.”

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