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Nutrition and Dietetics Specialties
Our team can assist you towards improving your health goals and we are skilled in the management of all conditions but we have specialist knowledge in the following
Our team has been working with veterans over the past 10 years. We understand the veteran lifestyle and have developed veteran specific nutrition skills to get the best results. Our whole goal is to work with veterans and have no interest in taking away all of the good food you and your family enjoy. We understand that social events often take pride of place, and believe strongly that these things should continue for life.
What we do is provide you with advice that will get your results, while you can still enjoy the food and lifestyle you love. If you are a DVA Gold card holder or eligible White card holder your consults will be completely covered by DVA, and we will also come to you for your appointment. No need to travel to us, we come to your home or your preferred location, reducing the burden on you as much as we can. If this sounds like something you or someone you know could benefit from, please contact us or complete the online referral request form and we will get in contact with your GP for a referral.
PTSD can be a difficult condition to manage and it can take a team of practitioners to provide adequate support to those sufferers. Nutrition and exercise are two key factors in the management of this condition and they can help to increase those mood-boosting hormones and keep you stable over the day. Appropriate nutrition including a wide range of nutrient dense foods is essential to fuel your brain and assist in recovery from traumatic events and preventing the decline in your mental health. Did you know there are foods that can help to treat depression and that exercise can potentially stimulate the regrowth of new brain cells. If you didn't and are looking for the right team to help you manage your mental health look no further and Contact us today.
Weight is complex. A one-size fits all approach is not possible nor is it suitable. We know that for many whether it is struggling to keep weight off, put weight on or maintain weight lost, it is never a simple task on your own. We are here to help you simplify it and ensure that you are able to make sustainable changes in the long term.
Our team don’t just focus on the ‘what’ but the ‘how’ and this is the crux to successful weight management. We understand the impact that your well established habits and social influences have on your ability to achieve your weight goals and we have the capability to help you overcome these. There are so many diets out there promising you rapid weight loss and when you cannot sustain it, you think it is your fault. This is not the case we will ensure you achieve your weight goals and provide you with the knowledge about how to sustain these changes. The combination of our expertise and support will ensure you will be able to self manage your weight will minimal fuss now and in the future.
Whether it comes to fueling your exercise sessions or choosing the appropriate snacks to help your muscles recover, nutrition is an essential component to enhancing performance. We work together to strengthen, train and fuel your body to reach your goals. We work closely with Physiotherapists and Exercise Physiologists to ensure that you are getting the most out of your sessions. Interested? Contact us today.
Being healthy, physically active and socially engaged has a multitude of health benefits particularly as you get older. Being involved in group exercise programs tailored to the needs of older adults is one aspect of attending regular classes with an exercise physiologist. Exercise not only helps to maintain muscle strength, bone integrity, and slow the progression of arthritis but can also stem the development of metabolic disease. Along with exercise, diets high in long chain-omega 3 fats and antioxidants can improve cognition and memory retention. We know that as you get older you might feel that you already know everything there is to know about food or feel that you are too old to benefit from exercise. We know this is not the case and that you will benefit from regular support and social engagement with exercise along with our nourishing food.
One person is diagnosed with diabetes every 5 minutes, totaling 280 new people every day. Approximately 1.7 million people in Australia have diagnosed diabetes and there are many more that do not know they have the disease. It is a silent pandemic but can be reversible with diet and exercise. Research has documented that reducing energy intake and stimulating muscles through aerobic and resistance exercise can lower blood glucose levels and improve the body’s sensitivity to insulin. There are many approaches to reducing the energy density of the diet and our dietitians know how to navigate the research and decide on the most appropriate approach for you. Exercise physiologists are well aware of the importance of not only aerobic exercise but also weight resistance training when it comes to diabetes management. Most programs available are not individually tailored nor do trainers have the knowledge about the appropriate management of health conditions such as diabetes. This is where these exercise specialists together with our dietitians can better manage your health and put you on the right path to sustainable health. Contact us today.
Heart Disease is a multifaceted condition involving a collaborative approach to help treat and prevent its progression. Diet and lifestyle have been long touted the key players to reduce risk factors and ameliorate symptoms. Exercise and movement are often difficult to adhere to without adequate support and guidance, particularly with heart problems. Exercise specialists have a key role in being that support person and ensuring you feel confident to exercise safely and efficiently.
A diet rich in foods that have an anti-inflammatory effect, low GI carbohydrates, long chain omega 3 and polyphenols have all been documented to lower the risk of heart disease and prevent further damage. Dietitians are specialists in the modification of diet to reduce disease risk and are skilled in applying their knowledge of nutrients to real life everyday food. Contact us today.
Our dietitians can assess and assist you to manage your nutritional needs before, during and after you have completed treatment. They will provide appropriate nutrition advice to help manage treatment side effects that impact on your ability to eat, improve your quality of life and optimise your ability to cope with your treatment.
Dietitians will provide you with all the advice you need about what food and drink will help you improve or maintain your energy levels and strength, and help you continue to enjoy your food. You will receive specialist dietary advice by a dietitian with expertise in the type of cancer and condition you have.
Diabetes is becoming more and more common and it is vitally important that those living with the condition know how to handle their insulin and carbohydrate intake correctly to avoid hyperglycaemic and hypoglycaemic episodes and other complications that may arise from the disease. Diabetes educators are there to do just that, educate diabetic individuals on how to manage their blood glucose levels to maintain optimal health.
Physiotherapists work to treat diseases, injuries and deformities using physical methods such as massage, heat treatment and exercise instead of drugs or surgery.
Exercise physiologist focus on their patients’ fitness levels and how a patients’ health could be improved or maintained using exercise. It is common knowledge that physical fitness is beneficial to one’s health and exercise physiologists work to educate others about the importance of exercise and help formulate exercise routines that are practical and achievable on an individual level.
Social workers aim to identify issues in communities so that interventions can be put in place to correct the issues. They are responsible for helping individuals, families and communities cope with problems they are facing and work to find practical ways to alleviate these problems.
Speech therapists are highly trained professionals who help those with speech and language problems to speak more clearly and fluently. Speech therapists help people with hearing difficulties, people who have been through traumatic experiences and people who have voice disorders, communication disorders and swallowing problems.
Occupational therapists use practical activities to aid recovery from physical and mental illness. Occupational therapists aim to enable people to participate in everyday life activities such as grocery shopping and showering on their own.
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