Dietitians translate the science of nutrition to educate individuals and groups with the aim of assisting them in optimising their health.
Dietitians provide medical nutrition therapy tailored to individuals with or without illness. They can also have a host of other roles including provision of food service management for organisations, roles in public and community health and within research.
Accredited Practicing Dietitians (APDs) are university qualified in nutrition and dietetics. They are part of the Dietitians Association of Australia, must complete ongoing professional development and are the only nutrition professionals recognised by Medicare.
A dietitian may assist with the following:
For more information: https://daa.asn.au/what-dietitans-do/definition-of-a-dietitian/
What to expect when visiting a Dietitian at Correct:
At an initial appointment we will discuss the following:
Depending on the individual, a review may be scheduled within a month or up to 3-6 months later - everyone is different. At a follow up appointment / review we will discuss the following:
We allow up to an hour for initial appointments and 45 minutes for any following sessions.
To find out more about our Correct Dietetics, meet Jen Mclaren and book in your initial consultation today.
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A member of our team will be in contact over the next 24 hours to assist with any enquires you may have.