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Our team caters to physical therapy and nutrition services with individualized plans and convenient methods that target root problems without disrupting your lifestyle.
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Do I need a referral from my doctor to consult a registered dietitian?
Can I see the same registered dietitian every appointment?
How will I know if my insurance covers my treatment?
Can I use my HSA, FSA, or self-pay?
Can you tailor a plan to work within special diet restrictions?
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How can a registered dietitian or nutritionist help me?
When should you consult a registered dietitian?
There are many potential reasons to consult a dietitian! Dietitians are trained to help people with a wide array of health and nutrition related concerns including weight loss and weight management, eating disorders, sports performance nutrition, and chronic conditions such as diabetes and heart health. Basically, if you have any concerns about diet and nutrition, it is a good time to consult a dietitian!
What to expect during my first consultation with a registered dietitian/nutritionist?
During your initial consultation, your dietitian will ask a lot of questions and gather a lot of information. This is so that your dietitian can get to know you, your story, and learn what your long term nutritional goals are. From there, you will work together to create a plan to help you achieve your goals in a healthy and sustainable manner.
How often should I visit a registered dietitian/nutritionist?
Recommended frequency of visits will depend on an individual’s needs and nutritional goals. Oftentimes, clients will begin with weekly or biweekly visits in order to establish the best plan of care and stay on track with their goals.
What are the qualifications of a registered dietitian?
Registered Dietitians are food and nutrition experts who must meet a set of rigorous professional and academic standards in order to hold their title. These standards include:
- Earning a bachelor’s degree in nutrition and/or dietetics
- Completing 1200 hours of supervised practice
- Passing a national examination administered by the Commission on Dietetic Registration
- Completing continuing education requirements in order to maintain credentialing
What is the difference between a registered dietitian and a nutritionist?
The terms “dietitian” and “nutritionist” are often used interchangeably, however the two credentials are not actually equal. A Registered Dietitian (RD) or Registered Dietitian Nutritionist (RDN) is a food and nutrition expert who must obtain a relevant bachelor’s degree, complete a supervised practice program, and pass a national examination in order to earn their credentials. A nutritionist, on the other hand, is not required to meet these same requirements in order to use the title. In fact, in many states “Nutritionist” is an unregulated term meaning that anybody, regardless of educational background, can call themselves a nutritionist. This is why it is important to find a Registered Dietitian when seeking nutritional care.
What eating disorders do you treat?
Our dietitians are experienced in treating both patients with formally diagnosed eating disorders and those with disordered eating habits. Eating disorders we treat include: Anorexia nervosa, Bulimia nervosa, Avoidant restrictive food intake disorder (ARFID), Binge eating disorder, Orthorexia, Night eating syndrome, Pica, and Eating Disorders not otherwise specified (EDNOS)
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