What is a clinical nutritionist?
A clinical nutritionist has completed a tertiary qualification in nutrition, undergone clinical training and uses an holistic and evidence-based approach to health and wellbeing.
What can a clinical nutritionist help with?
Food allergies and intolerances
Gut health and digestive complaints/conditions
Sleep and energy
Mood and mental health
Liver health and detoxification
Weight loss and weight management
Chronic health conditions
Pregnancy and infancy
Child health and nutrition
And much more!
How much does a clinical nutritionist cost?
Initial Consultation: $135
Review Consultation: $90
Extended Review Consultation: $125
The price of the consultations involves time assigned for dietary analysis, personalised treatment plans, additional research, analysis and review of pathology testing to ensure clients receive personalised treatment plans to assist them in achieving specific health goals.
* nutritional supplements and diagnostic testing are additional costs
Which appointment should I book?
If it is your first time visiting a Clinical Nutritionist, you are required to book an Initial Consultation. The reason for this is so there is enough time allocated for an extensive health history, to perform diagnostic tests to meet your health needs, discuss your goals and expectations and to develop a personalised treatment plan.
30 Minute Review Consultation
This appointment can only be made after an initial consultation. The purpose of a follow up consultation is to check in with your practitioner and to continue working on your health goals. This may involve developing a new treatment plan or adding to your original treatment plan from a previous consultation.
60 minute Extended Review Consultation
If it has been some time since your last consultation, or if there have been changes to your health, it is recommended you book an appointment for an extended 1 hour review consultation to ensure there is enough time to discuss your current health status and evaluate your treatment plan.