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What should I expect?


An initial consultation will last about 60 – 90 minutes and will include a full nutritional assessment- diet history, weight history, family history, patient goals and patient needs. 

Nutrition follow up appointments will include nutrition recommendations, nutrition counseling, and support.


What Payment Methods Do I Accept?


Check and Cash  


Do you take insurance?


No, I do not take insurance. However, I can provide you with a Superbill to submit to insurance for out of network benefits so that you can receive reimbursement directly from your insurance company.


Is There A Difference Between a Registered Dietitian Nutritionist (Rd/RDN) and a Nutritionist?


An RD/RDN is an expert in the field of nutrition. Coursework to become a dietitian is completed in: food and nutrition sciences, medical nutrition therapy, chemistry, biochemistry, organic chemistry, physiology, psychology, sociology and microbiology. All Registered Dietitians must complete 1200 hours of supervised practice in various fields, as well as pass a National Boards Exam administered by the Commission on Dietetic Registration. Registered Dietitians must also complete continuing education credits to maintain their license.

A nutritionist is not a national title and there are no guidelines for being a nutritionist.