NOT INTERESTED IN A PACKAGE BUT STILL NEED AN EXPERT?
If you have miscellaneous nutrition questions, or need a quick kick in the pants, but otherwise have a good handle on your overall health- feel free to reach out and we can schedule a session in which you will be provided with helpful resources and evidence-based advice . Limited time rate of $75/hr
SOME FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESITONS
What's included in the holistic assessment?
Assessments include an in depth medical history exam, review of dietary and eating patterns, supplement use and health goals. It usually lasts an hour. After I get to know as much as possible about you, I will work with you to create an attainable and meaningful nutrition action plan specific to your situation.
What is included in a follow up?
Follow ups are opportunities for further education on nutrition topics I see fit for your situation, to assess progress, address questions or concerns you have, and to tailor goals and treatment as needed.
Do I pay monthly or is it a one time fee?
This is dependent upon which package you choose to go with. The Jump Start package is a one time fee. The other two packages require a 50% payment upfront and can then be paid through the subsequent months of treatment.
Are your services covered by insurance?
Yes! I currently accept Medicare, Medicaid, Blue Cross of Idaho and others. Contact me for details if you would like to use insurance during a visit.
How is care set up?
I practice via in-home visits which means you can just sit on your coach and I will come to you! Your home is a nice and comfortable space for you, so we can tackle the big stuff in a private setting. If you prefer not to meet in your home, I do have an office that I am also able to meet with clients in a private setting.
What does a dietitian actually do?
A dietitian is a medical professional that uses the practice of medical nutrition therapy to conduct extensive nutrition assessments on all patients and clients to assess anything from micro-nutrient (vitamin and mineral) deficiencies to present factors that put patients at risk for chronic health concerns. They have specialized training in preventing diseases through lifestyle choices and treating diseases that have already been diagnosed by using comprehensive approaches that consider medical and social history, lab values, food allergies or food intolerance etc. We are medical professionals found in the community, hospitals, schools, clinics, food industry, and private practices that work to educate and empower people to live their most fully functioning and healthy life. For more information, check out my blog that further uncovers what a dietitian does.