Nutrition & Dietetics

Our nutrition and dietetic service is dedicated to supporting women’s health and wellbeing through all stages of life. We specialize in fertility, pregnancy, and women’s health, including endometriosis and polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS). Our experienced dietitian and nutritionist provides tailored and evidence-based advice to help women optimize their nutrition and overall health.


We understand that each woman is unique and may have specific dietary requirements, goals, and health concerns. That’s why we offer personalized consultations to develop a comprehensive nutrition plan that suits individual needs and lifestyle. Whether it’s for preconception planning, pregnancy, postpartum recovery, or managing a chronic health condition, we are here to support and guide women towards their health goals.


Our services also include diabetes management, weight management, and gastrointestinal conditions. We believe that good nutrition and healthy lifestyle choices can make a significant difference in managing these conditions, and we strive to empower women to make informed choices about their health.


If you’re looking for evidence-based nutrition advice to support your health and wellbeing, please contact us to schedule a consultation today.

our clinician

Tiffanie Kendall


What conditions do you see clients for?

Our dietitian Tiff specialises in fertility, pregnancy, postpartum and women’s health. She has extra training and experience in working with those with PCOS, endometriosis, pregnancy complications and diabetes. With 10 years of generalist experience, conditions outside of those listed can also be confidently managed including chronic disease and gut disorders.


Do I need a referral?

No. You don’t need a referral to book an appointment. You can see an Accredited Practising Dietitian without a referral. However if you are eligible for a team health care plan a referral from your GP will allow you to claim a portion of your consultation fee through Medicare.

Can I claim the cost of my consultation?

Your health fund may allow you to claim part of your consultation fee depending on your level of cover. Check with your fund provider. If you are eligible for a team health care plan you may also be eligible to claim part of your consultation cost through Medicare. This requires a referral from your GP.


What is the difference between a Dietitian and Nutritionist?

All dietitians are nutritionists, but not all nutritionists are dietitians. The term “Accredited Practising Dietitian” is a legally protected term that is reserved for those who have undergone university level training in biochemistry, physiology, nutrition and complex disease states. APD’s are recognised by a regulating body and must complete continuing professional development to maintain accreditation to ensure the highest quality of care. Nutritionist is not a protected term in Australia, and unfortunately anyone can call themselves ones without any thorough or recognised scientific training.

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