Our Coru registered dietitians specialise in tailoring evidence-based nutrition plans to your unique needs, and are suited for someone looking to manage a nutrition related medical condition.
By working with a dietitian, you’ll receive personalised guidance, support, and the tools you need to make sustainable changes.
Here are some conditions we cover as part of the dietetic consultation: Type 2 diabetes, High cholesterol, High blood pressure, PCOS, Irritable bowel syndrome, Inflammatory bowel disease, Fatty liver disease, Reflux, Iron deficiency.
A nutritionist provide weight loss and sport performance programs, while a dietitian can do these but also provide advice on clinical nutrition eg Diabetes, Cholesterol, IBS and much more. Dietitian is also a title protected by law.
Yes, most insurers will reimburse you for a dietetic appointment. The amount depends on your policy and health insurer.
You can schedule a consultation by contacting us through our website. Visit our Contact Us page for details.
During the consultation, you’ll discuss your health goals, medical history, dietary preferences, and lifestyle with a registered dietitian. They will provide expert advice, create a personalised nutrition plan, and offer ongoing support and guidance.
The duration of a consultation can vary but usually takes about 45 mins. Follow-up consultations may take less time, around 30 mins.
No, we offer virtual consultations through zoom only. You can receive expert guidance from the comfort of your home.
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