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Frequently Asked Questions

What forms of payment do we accept?

Online payments only. When booking an appointment you will be asked to secure payment at the time of booking to secure your appointment slot. Remember - a FREE discovery call can be booked to answer any fee queries or to learn more about our services before making a payable initial consultation appointment. 

What is a Registered Dietitian?

The title ‘dietitian’ is the only food and nutrition title that is protected by law. You will be recieveing safe and evidenced backed nutrition advice. Only those registered with the statutory regulator, the Health & Care Professions Council (HCPC) can use the title.

Why see a private Registered Dietitian?

If you are looking for practical, evidenced-based expert nutrition advice, dietitians are experts in clinical nutrition whilst being compassionate and supportive to your individual needs. Seeing a private dietitian means prompt booking and no NHS waiting times as well as regular follow-up appointments if required.

How many appointments will I need to have?

Everyone's goals and journey are different therefore the number of appointments will differ for every individual. Frequency and number of appointments required can be discussed at the initial consultation appointment with your dietitian. 

Which appointment is right for me?

If you have not booked an appointment or spoken with one of our dietitians before, please book an initial consultation appointment first. During the initial consultation appointment, relevant forms and information will be gathered which will support future appointments and help us get to know you and your goals better. Following an initial consultation appointment, review appointments can be booked if required.

Do you offer weekend and evening appointments? 

Yes, we offer weekend and evening appointments. Appointment availability can be seen when booking your appointment on our Book Online page. If you have any other questions about appointment availability, please get in touch. 

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