Our team of friendly dietitians are motivated to improving your nutrition, health and wellbeing.
Ever wondered why a diet that worked well for someone else, did not work for you? That is because each person is unique.
Each individual has differences in body composition, genetics, hormones, food preferences and tolerances, work schedule, financial situation, family environment and personal goals. Each of these factors, and more, can impact on your diet, health and well being.
That is why we take into consideration every one of these factors, and individualize our dietary advice for each individual. Our dietitians combine the latest scientific evidence and practical experience to make good nutrition a feasible and sustainable lifestyle for our patients.
Why see a dietitian?
Are you sick of hearing confusing, conflicting nutrition advice all around you? The internet says one thing, the magazine says another, then some doctor on a documentary says something completely different!
Dietitians are the experts in food and nutrition. We are the only health professionals who dedicate 4 years at university to study food, nutrition and the impact it has on health. We have undertaken training in many different areas including in hospitals, community centres, nursing homes and medical clinics. Accredited Practising Dietitians are required keep up to date with the latest nutrition research and are the sources of reliable dietary advice.
Will Seeing A Dietitian Help Me?
If you have any of the conditions below, our dietitians can help!
Diabetes (Pre-diabetes, Gestational, Type 1 and Type 2)
Hypoglycaemia (without diabetes, including reactive hypoglycaemia)
If you have a condition not listed above and would like to know whether seeing a dietitian would help, please do not hesitate to contact us prior to booking an appointment!
We provide one-on-one consultations in a professional setting. At the initial consultation we will conduct a dietary assessment, to assess your current diet as well as other factors that can impact on your food and drink intake. We will ask you what your goals are, and use food to help you to achieve it. We aim to understand you and your situation as much as possible. We will then combine our expertise and your input to come up with some dietary changes and strategies to help you achieve your goal. We pride ourselves on providing individualised dietary advice – you won’t get any generic, one sized fits all advice from us!
You won’t feel condemned by us for your food and lifestyle choices. We will combine our expertise and your input to come up with a solution to best help your situation. For some that might mean a meal plan. For others it may mean making small changes towards good health.
A review consultation is highly recommended, as lifestyle changes can be challenging to maintain, and research has shown that results are best with ongoing encouragement and support from your dietitian.
The best way to book an appointment is to call the clinic phone numbers listed on the contact us page.
Due to the current COVID-19 pandemic, telehealth consultations are available. You can request a phone or video consult (over Zoom or Skype). Some of our dietitians are available after hours for telehealth consultations. Please email your preferred practitioner to organise this.
We now offer home visits for patients with a home care package or NDIS plan. Visiting you in your home means we can more accurately assess your food intake and any other factors that may influence what you eat. Please email your preferred practitioner to organise this.
Please do not hesitate to contact us for any inquiries about a consultation, including the fees associated.