Registered dietitians are nutrition professionals and the most credible, objective source of nutrition information. In addition, they are trained in the use of nutrition to prevent and control disease. Look for the initials R.D. after your nutritionist's name. These credentials indicate that the practitioner has completed an accredited four-year educational program, 1,200+ hours of supervised practice, and passed a national exam.

BSA Registered dietitians are available to assist with nutrition education in the outpatient setting. Our services include nutrition education for all ages. BSA works with most insurance plans, as well as offers financial assistance programs as needed. Our outpatient nutrition education services include (but not limited to this list):

 

  • Diabetes Type 1 or 2
  • Gestational Diabetes
  • Obesity
  • Abnormal weight gain
  • Abnormal weight loss
  • High blood pressure
  • High lipid levels
  • COPD
  • CHF
  • Cardiac disease
  • GI diseases (Crohn’s, Celiac, Diverticulitis, etc)
  • Food Allergy or Sensitivities
  • GOUT
  • Bariatric Surgery  (pre and post)
  • Kidney Disease
  • Liver Disease
  • Anorexia/ Bulimia
  • Pediatric Feeding Issues
  • Nutrition Support (tube feeding and TPN, adult and pedi)

 

What to expect?

Outpatient Nutrition education is a 1:1 appointment with a Registered Dietitian. We will ask about your medical history and lifestyle history in order to assist with management of disease, and or lifestyle changes. Each appointment is individualized to provide evidence based knowledge to assist you with your nutritional needs.

 

Need an appointment?

Our BSA Outpatient Dietitians can be reached by phone at:

806-212-0577 or 212-3006

To schedule an appointment please call, 806-212-8888.

A physician referral is required for insurance billing purposes. Our dietitians work with the majority of local and surrounding area physicians.