How do I make an appointment?
There are two ways to make an appointment:
Submit your name, email and number to firstname.lastname@example.org and we will reply.
Call directly 212-759-6999 x 100. If you reach our voice mail your call will be returned within 24 hours.
Once you have scheduled the appointment, your dietitian will email/fax or send via postal mail a packet confirming the appointment along with forms for you to fill out and return prior to your consultation.
How long will it take to get an appointment?
Anywhere from a few days to 2 weeks.
How do you determine which Registered Dietitian I will see?
We will briefly discuss with you your needs and concerns to determine which one is best suited for you.
How long is the consultation session?
The consultation is 90 minutes.
How long is a follow up session?
Follow Up sessions are 45 minutes.
Do you offer any packages at a reduced rate?
Yes, we offer packages for follow up sessions at a discounted fee. You will have the opportunity to discuss what’s best for you with your nutritionist.
Additionally, we offer 4 specialized programs. For a detailed description, go to the home page and scroll down to ‘Targeted Programs.’
What can I expect in my initial consultation appointment?
You and your dietitian will discuss your needs further and will fill in any gaps that remain after reviewing your initial paperwork. Based on all of the information gathered, your dietitian will work collaboratively with you in the to develop YOUR individualized meal plan and guidelines specific to your needs. Lastly, you will discuss with your dietitian when (if needed) to follow up for your next visit and you will leave with a plan in hand.
What happens in follow up sessions?
You will discuss what is "working" and what is “not” and make any necessary changes to your plan.
Do you have a specific weight loss program?
Every meal plan is highly individualized to meet our clients’ needs. You may be interested in our Weight Loss Coaching Program. You can learn more about this on our Home page under Targeted Programs.
Can my partner/spouse/child and I come to a session together?
If my child has an Eating Disorder how long will it take to help her/him?
Treatment for an eating disorder is a process and the frequency and length depends on the history of the eating disorder and the needs of the client.
Do you do blood tests?
We do not do blood testing. We recommend that you see your physician for an annual check-up and we ask that you provide any blood work that has been done within 6 months to a year.
Do you take insurance?
We do not accept / take assignment. We provide our clients with a receipt to be submitted to their carrier for third party reimbursement.
What to bring to and expect at my consultation?
Prior to your consultation you will be asked to complete a packet of information and fax/email/mail back to the office at least 2 days before your consultation so there is no need to bring anything.
Your hours of operation?
We are quite flexible BUT in general our hours of operation are 8:00 a.m. - 8:00 p.m.