Adapted from What is the Difference Between a Dietitian and a Nutritionist? Dietitians of Canada (2009). Retrieved from www.dietitians.ca.
There are a variety of reasons you may benefit from consulting with a Dietitian. From one-on-one guidance to meet specific goals or to feel reassured that you’re eating well for yourself and your family. I can help you:
Absolutely not. Although your physician may recommend you see a Dietitian, you can also contact me directly to book an appointment independently.
Initial assessments take place at FamilyCare Medical Clinic (191 Marion Street). Other meeting locations, such as a Pantry Makeover and Grocery Store Tour, can be determined later to accommodate personal preferences.
Many basic insurance providers often cover Dietitian consultations. To find out, it is best to contact your Medical Insurance Provider and retrieve information on their specific policy.
Yes. At present, we offer direct billing to the following providers: Green Shield Canada, Manitoba Bluecross, Sirius, Chambers of Commerce and Great West Life.
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