Patient Information


*Don’t see your condition on the list?  Fill out the contact form, schedule a 15 minute consultation, or give me a call to discuss your specific needs.  

Do you take insurance?

I am currently in network with Aetna, Cigna, and United Healthcare.  Please call your insurance company before seeing me to verify that you have benefits for nutrition counseling.  You can find instructions on verifying your insurance benefits here (Verifying Nutrition Benefits).  In the event that a visit with me is denied, you will be responsible for the full bill.  If I do not take your insurance, I can provide you with a superbill to submit to your insurance company, the visit may still be partially covered.  If you will not be using insurance and would like a a list of prices for initial visits and follow-ups, please contact me via my contact form.   

Can I see you via telehealth?

Yes, I see patients both in-person and via telehealth.  When making your appointment HERE, please select the option you wish to choose.  If you will be using your insurance coverage to pay for the visit, please make sure that your insurance covers you nutrition counseling visits via telehealth as some providers only cover in-person visits.  For more instructions see Verifying Nutrition Benefits

What should I expect from my first visit?

Your initial visit with me is mostly an information gathering session where we discuss your health, medical conditions, lifestyle and diet. We will discuss goals you have and come up with a general plan for our sessions together. The initial session goes by quickly and while I do try to fit some education into the first session, the bulk of our work together will come in later sessions.  I typically see people at a minimum of 2-3 sessions and longer as needed.

What should I expect from follow-up visits?

In 45-minute follow-up sessions I will educate on nutrition or diet where needed, we will evaluate goals, talk about what is working and brainstorm ideas when things aren’t working, we might talk about recipe ideas or modifications or think about food options that fit at your favorite restaurants.

What is a Registered Dietitian Nutritionist?

A Registered Dietitian Nutritionist is a nutrition professional that holds at least a bachelor’s degree in nutrition or a related field, has completed a 1200 hour supervised internship, and has passed an examination from the Commission on Dietetic Registration.  Dietitians may work in hospitals, public health, running foodservice at schools, in a private practice setting, or hold other food related jobs.  RDNs must take continuing education yearly to maintain their credentials.  

Can you take HSA/FSA cards as payment?

Yes!  I do take HSA and FSA cards.  Please verify with your plan administrator that nutrition counseling is a covered service.

What is a Certified Lactation Counselor?

Certified Lactation Counselor is a healthcare worker that has taken a 52-hour course on breastfeeding training and has demonstrated evidence-based counseling on breastfeeding as well as passed a written exam. 

I am located outside of Colorado, can I still see you?

I can currently see patients in Colorado, Arizona, California, Nebraska, and Virginia

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