The Nutrition Student Teaching Clinic currently offers both in-person and online nutrition consultations. Students are conducting supervised clinical sessions. For telehealth, students are using the Zoom for Healthcare, a secure platform that meets industry standards for privacy in health-related communication. Appointments take place twice per month and can be scheduled for prospective telehealth clients living in Maryland, Virginia, Georgia, Texas, Colorado, New Jersey, Indiana, Hawaii and Arizona. By using smartphones or computers from the comfort of their homes, clients can expect the same level of care that they would receive during an in- person session in our Natural Care Center.
Integrative nutritionists use science-based diet and nutrition therapies to support your personal health and well-being. They recognize that individualized nutrition is essential to health and their integrative approach is not limited to one dietary theory. Their support may include the use of conventional and non-conventional dietary philosophies rooted in traditional practice and scientific evidence.
Food can be powerful medicine, affecting your overall health and vitality as well as every function of your body. In fact, what you eat and drink literally becomes the very substance of your body. Whole foods, eaten and prepared properly, can effect profound changes in mind, body, and spirit.
Your practitioner will gather information about your health and personal history, review your dietary preferences and health concerns, and assess your nutritional status. Together with your nutritionist, you will craft a personalized nutrition plan to start you on your path to greater health and vitality.
Follow-up visits will support and guide you towards optimal nutrition and help you achieve your health and wellness goals.
|Minutes||University Teaching Clinic||Professional Care Practice|
|New Patient Intake||90-120||$70||$150|