We’ll help you find a way of eating that improves your health and quality of life.
Want to lower your chances of getting a disease, improve your quality of life or simply feel better? How you eat plays a big part. The registered dietitians at The Polyclinic Madison Center and Northgate Plaza can help. They’re experts in food and nutrition.
You’ll receive personalized guidance focused on helping you meet your nutritional needs. And you won’t be asked to follow a diet plan. Instead, you’ll be encouraged to eat whole foods.
We provide dietary counseling and education about a wide range of nutrition-related concerns, including:
- Type 1 and type 2 diabetes
- Gestational diabetes (diabetes during pregnancy)
- Weight loss
- Cholesterol problems
- Polycystic ovary syndrome (a hormone disorder)
- Metabolic syndrome (a group of health conditions that increases the chances of heart disease)
- High blood pressure
- Nutrition for children and teens (ages 2 and up)
- Sports nutrition
- Food allergies and intolerances (gluten, dairy, nuts, etc.)
Read this article to learn how a registered dietitian can help you meet your health goals.
Most major insurance companies cover services with a registered dietitian if you have a medical condition in which food plays a role. These services must be prescribed by your physician, physician assistant or nurse practitioner.
Check with your insurance company to find out what your plan covers.
Schedule a meeting with a dietitian
To meet with one of our dietitians, ask your doctor or provider for a referral. Then call our central scheduling line at 1-206-860-2208. The first visit takes an hour. Follow-up visits usually take 30 minutes.
Before your first visit, please keep a record of what you eat and drink for a week. Bring that record to your visit.