Nutrition Counseling

Individualized Approach to Wellness

Age, gender, body weight, activity level, medical history and general health are all factors that can affect a person’s basic nutritional needs.

Nutritional Health Needs

Our dietitians specialize in developing programs for a variety of health needs, including:

  • Prevention and Wellness
  • Heart disease (blood pressure, high cholesterol and more)
  • Gastrointestinal issues
  • Diabetes and glucose intolerance
  • Gestational diabetes
  • Kidney disorders
  • Obesity and weight management
  • Bariatric surgery (pre- and post-operative)
  • Cancer
  • Food allergies or intolerances
  • Sports

Specialists on Staff

Registered dietitians are credentialed nutritionists who assess, diagnose and care for diet and nutrition-related issues. Skilled at separating fact from fiction, these specialists translate the latest science of nutrition into practical solutions for healthy living.

Strategy for Success

During an outpatient visit, a dietitian will do an in-depth evaluation of your nutritional, cultural and lifestyle-specific needs You will get help developing short- and long-term goals to achieve success and learn about grocery shopping, label reading, preparing healthy meals, eating out and more.

Appointments are made on an individual basis and include:

  • Initial assessment of nutrition and lifestyle
  • Help setting personal nutrition goals and assistance with a customized plan to achieve them
  • Individually tailored education materials for home use
  • Follow-up assistance
  • Written report for your physician
Making an Appointment

  • Physician Referral

    Many major insurance plans provide coverage for outpatient nutrition counseling with a physician referral. Check with your insurance and visit with your physician about the benefits of outpatient nutrition counseling.

    For more information or to request a physician referral form, contact a Texas Health location indicated below.

  • Self-Referral

    Many of our outpatient nutrition counseling programs accept private pay. If you would like to learn more about nutrition counseling options and their costs, contact a Texas Health facility. See below to find a location near you.

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Locations
  • Texas Health Allen

    Address: 1105 N. Central Expressway, Allen, Texas, 75013

    Phone: 972-747-6149

  • Texas Health Arlington Memorial

    Address: 810 West Randol Mill Road, McRae Building, Arlington, Texas, 76012

    Phone: 817-960-6195

  • Texas Health Fort Worth

    Address: 1301 Pennsylvania Ave, Richardson Building, Fort Worth, Texas, 76104

    Phone: 817-250-3812

  • Texas Health Fort Worth Diabetes Center Southwest

    Address: 6270 John Ryan Drive, Community Education Building, Fort Worth, Texas, 76132

    Phone: 817-250-3812

  • Texas Health Plano Diabetes Wellness Center

    Address: 6300 W. Parker Rd MOB 2 Ste 129B, Plano, Texas, 75093

    Phone: 972-981-4225

  • Texas Health Rockwall

    Address: 3150 Horizon Road, Rockwall, Texas, 75032

    Phone: 469-314-7237

  • Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital Denton

    Address: Medical Office Building 1, Suite 100, 2900 I-35 N, Denton, Texas, 76201

    Phone: 940-323-7961

  • Texas Health Arlington Memorial - Diabetes Education

    Address: 810 W. Randol Mill Road, McRae Building Basement, Arlington, Texas, 76012

    Phone: 817-960-6025

  • Texas Health Harris Methodist Hurst-Euless-Bedford - Diabetes Education

    Address: 251 Westpark Way, Suite 300, Euless, Texas, 76040

    Phone: 817-848-5847

  • Texas Health Harris Methodist Hospital Alliance

    Address: 10864 Texas Health Trail, Fort Worth, Texas, 76226

    Phone: 682-212-2202

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