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I currently see clients at ‘The Practice’ in Greensborough, where I provide dietitian consultations addressing a range of conditions and health difficulties:  

Gastrointestinal Conditions: ​

  • Reflux / GORD

  • Constipation / Diarrhoea

  • Coeliac Disease (pre-diagnosed)

  • Irritable bowel syndrome (IBS) 

  • Inflammatory bowel disease (IBD) 

    • Ulcerative colitis​

    • Crohn's disease

Food Intolerances:

  • FODMAP intolerances

  • Lactose Intolerance

  • Other Food intolerances (not allergies)

Weight management:

  • Unwanted weight Gain

  • Unintentional weight Loss, poor appetite, malnutrition

  • Cancer (Weight Loss/Poor Appetite)

Metabolic conditions:

  • High Blood Pressure management 

  • Elevated Cholesterol and/or Triglycerides 

  • Diabetes / Pre-Diabetes (Impaired Glucose Tolerance) 

  • Heart disease 

  • Recovery from stroke/ stroke prevention

  • Gout

  • Fatty liver disease


  • Nutrient Deficiencies

  • Osteoporosis

  • General Improvement of Diet / Lifestyle

  • Pregnancy nutrition 

  • Paediatric nutrition

Appointment Information 

Initial consultation: 

Before you arrive at your first appointment you will be provided with a short pre-appointment questionnaire which will be used to plan your first appointment.

During your first appointment some time will be spent collecting information from you which will be used to tailor nutrition therapy to you and your nutrition needs. The initial appointment, along with review appointments and dietary recommendations made, will be guided by this information collected. 


After your first consultation you will receive an email outlining key points covered and recommendations made.

Review consultation: 

Your first review session is likely to be scheduled 2-4 weeks after your initial appointment. Review appointments ensure you receive continuing support from your dietitian to identify and overcome any challenges you may be experiencing with your new diet. 


During review appointments, your diet, as well as clinical signs and symptoms will be reviewed and monitored to ensure prescribed dietary changes continue to work for you. Tailoring dietary changes ensures improvements to your diet are achievable and more likely to result in long term improvements to health and wellbeing. 


Depending on your reason for seeing a dietitian, you may only need a few sessions or you may need ongoing support, your dietitian will advise you on what would be the recommended number of sessions for you. 

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