Clinical Nutrition is a speciality in the field of health and nutrition that provides an objective analysis of a person's nutritional needs by incorporating and analyzing physical signs, laboratory tests, and nutrition/lifestyle analysis to prescribe an individualized nutrition program.
A Certified Clinical Nutritionist must have an comprehensive understanding of nutrition biochemistry, enabling them to competently assess and evaluate signs of nutritional deficiency or imbalance, through the use of or disuse of specific foods, vitamins, minerals, amino acids, or other food substances as necessary to maintain optimal health.
The Clinical Nutrition Certification Board (CNCB) is a 501(c)(3) non-profit tax-exempt certification agency that provides professional training, examination and certification for health care organizations, specialty credentialing programs and state license/certification examinations.
Most clinical nutritionists utilize homeopathic, herbal and whole food vitamin sources rather than medication in the treatment of non-emergency disease conditions. Very often a medical referral is provided to integrate specific medical modalities of analysis and medical consultation for both an allopathic and homeopathic view-point.
Your First Visit
The purpose of the initial first visit with your Clinical Nutritionist is to collect current and past health history - to review lifestyle and diet that may contribute to current condition and health concerns. We provide telephonic consulting for those unable to schedule an in-office consultation.
Contact our office and ask for information about how to receive our Initial Intake Form and Dietary Analysis.
For more information and to schedule A Courtesy Brief Consutation --- 602.264.4040
Report of Testing
Following your first visit, the clinical will discuss your initial health analysis report & recommended speciality lab testing
that may be necessary for a complete diagnosis and treatment.