How Does An OPRC Dietitian Help?
OPRC Dietitians translate the science of nutrition into terms you can understand. Our experienced dietitians unlock food's potential and support healthy living for patients, clients, and our community.
Our dietitians don't just hand you a diet or a list of foods not to eat and send you on your way! Likewise, they don't try and "sell" you unnecessary food or supplements.
OPRC nutrition experts look beyond fads and gimmicks to deliver reliable, life-changing advice tailored to your objectives as well as personal needs and challenges. We take your food preferences into consideration and work on building a healthy relationship with food.
This approach leads to sustainable weight loss and effective management of chronic diseases.
What Kind of Conditions Can an OPRC Dietitian Help With?
These are just some of the topics a private practice dietitian can help you with:
- Picky Eating
- Heart disease
- High blood pressure
- Pregnancy and breastfeeding
- Food Allergies
- Sports Nutrition
- Digestive issues
- Vegetarian and vegan diets
- Weight loss or weight gain
- Meal planning
- Irritable bowel syndrome (IBS)
- Prenatal nutrition
- Infant feeding and child nutrition
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What To Expect on Your First Visit
Your first appointment will start with an initial assessment. You will be asked many detailed questions to get an understanding of your digestive health goals.
Next, your personal dietitian will work with you to create a plan that works for you and any chronic health conditions that you are currently dealing with.
This plan may include:
- Diet counselling
- Meal prepping & planning
- Weight management tips
- One-on-one follow-ups
Here at OPRC, we consider education one of the most important aspects of therapy and will provide you with information about your condition and its management.
Understanding your condition allows you to take a direct and positive role in your recovery.
If you have any blood work or documentation from your family physician please have it available on the first visit
The following are some of the most frequently asked questions about dietitians in Ottawa:
The cost of a dietitian in Ontario varies depending on the type of nutrition service you require. Generally, dietitians charge an hourly rate for one-on-one counselling and meal-planning services.
Most insurance providers cover the cost of dietitian services, however, it is important to check with your provider to determine what is covered.
At OPRC, we offer competitive rates and accept most insurance plans.
Unfortunately, dietitians are not covered by OHIP in Ontario. However, many extended healthcare plans do cover the cost of seeing a registered dietitian. If you have an extended healthcare plan, please check with your provider to see if they cover the cost of seeing a dietitian.
The answer to this question depends on your individual needs and nutrition goals. Both nutritionists and dietitians are health professionals who can help you make healthier food choices, but there are some key differences between the two.
Nutritionists typically focus on providing advice about general healthy eating habits and lifestyle changes, while dietitians are more focused on providing individualized nutrition programs for specific medical conditions.
At OPRC, our team of registered dietitians can provide you with personalized nutrition counselling and meal-planning services to help you reach your health goals.