What is the difference between a Dietician, Nutritionist and Nutritional Therapist?
Most dieticians work within the NHS, which means that you usually need to be a hospital patient or have a GP referral to see one.
Nutritionists are scientists and usually work in academic research, the food industry or the media. Unlike dieticians and nutritional therapists, nutritionists are not generally trained in clinical practice and don't see clients.
Nutritional therapy is a comparatively new profession and is regarded as a complementary therapy. Working primarily in private practice, nutritional therapists are interested in the root cause of health problems and aim to help their client holistically.
What if I need to cancel an appointment?
Cancellations with less than 24 hrs notice are charged at 50% of the normal consultation fee. Cancellations with less than 12 hrs notice are subject to the full consultation fee. Cancellations with more than 24 hrs notice attract no charge.
What if I have questions between consultations?
E-mail and telephone support is available between consultations within reason.
How much do the consultations cost?
An initial consultation is £45 for 75-90 minutes and a follow-up consultation is £35 for 45-60 minutes. Nutritional supplements and diagnostic tests are not included in this price.
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