“Thank you for listening to all my tales of woe. You definitely go beyond nutritional guidance. Maybe this year will be the year!”
“Your presentation in Nutritional Program for the Adolescent was wonderful. I have never seen a group so involved with a speaker regarding nutrition.”
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Males and females, from pediatrics through the elderly.
The minimum requirements for becoming a registered dietitian are:
The amount of time spent in treatment depends on many factors including one’s diagnosis, duration and severity of illness and motivation for change.
A Registered Dietitian is an expert in nutrition and can help with a variety of issues relating to health and wellness. At Nutritional Guidance, Inc. Karen Beerbower specializes in a variety of areas including eating disorders, pediatric nutrition, medical nutrition therapy, weight management, and general nutrition concerns.
Foremost commitment to quality of care and communication with your other health care professionals.
Contact our office at 407-629-5504 and speak to our office administrator regarding your presentation needs.
This form enables your dietitian to communicate with your treatment team of other medical/mental health professionals to provide continuity of care.
This record allows your dietitian to complete a computerized analysis of your current intake and identify any potential deficiencies and/or changes to be made.
Nutritional Guidance, Inc. is not currently in network with any insurance company but can provide a superbill complete with diagnostic codes to be submitted to the insurance along with the receipt for reimbursement.
A superbill is a document identifying the reason for treatment as well as the date, time and cost of the appointment. This form is submitted to one’s insurance company along with the receipt from the visit for reimbursement.
Treatment is conducted on an individual basis
All recommendations are tailored to the individual and changes will be made at a pace appropriate for the circumstances. Education is key and we emphasize a behavioral approach to food that allows this knowledge to be applied in all circumstances.
Phone: (407) 629-5504
Fax: (407) 629-5585