Therapist Questline

Escape From Tarkov “Athlete” Quest Guide

An Apple a Day Keeps the Doctor Away is a quest in Escape From Tarkov given by Therapist.

Escape From Tarkov Athlete Quest Details

Athlete Quest Image

Athlete Quest Dialogue

You know, as a doctor, I treat people who have illnesses, it’s my job, even in our difficult situation. However, since you sometimes run errands for me, I must be sure that your health is okay. Just to feel safer, you know, so I could be sure that you can see any task through. Prove to me that illnesses and physical conditions won’t stop you.


  • Reach the required Health skill level 10


  • +21900 XP
  • +0.04 reputation with Therapist
  • ~120,000 Roubles
  • 1x Dundukk sport sunglasses
  • 3x Zagustin hemostatic drug injector
  • 3x Adrenaline injector
  • Unlocks the purchase of Adrenaline injector

Reward Dialogue

To be fair, I did not doubt that you are the person I can trust, not only in work.


This quest is the same as the previous one that asks you to boost your Health skill. You just need to play the game and sustain injuries each time you get in a raid. In this way, your Health skill will go up. A good way of monitoring your progress on the Health skill in a raid is by going to your character menu and clicking on Skills. There, you can see if the skill gap has already reached diminishing returns. Once you reach that, there’s no point in trying anything else but extracting and starting a new raid.

Nevertheless, playing the game naturally should get you to this Health level without even doing it forcefully. Therefore, I’d encourage you to just enjoy the game.

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