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Dietitian @ Caloundra Sports & Spinal

Sports & Spinal Physio Caloundra is located on the beautiful Sunshine Coast. We can be found on the corner of Ormuz Avenue & Kalinga Street in suite 4 of the building ‘Bradfield House’ with Ochre Health Caloundra. Your local Caloundra clinic is conveniently located near Golden Beach,  Caloundra West, Little Mountain, Aroona, Dicky Beach, Battery Hill, Moffat Beach and Shelly Beach.

The Dietitian team are dedicated to helping patients achieve their health goals and providing the best possible level of care. Sports & Spinal’s Dietitian team will get to the source of your symptoms and work with you to address your nutrition/health goal; they will use nutrition information and education to help you achieve your goals. Our Dietitian team have a passion for making a healthy lifestyle not only achievable but also sustainable. As Accredited Practicing Dietitians, our team are here to support you in every way.

Our Dietitian’s areas of expertise include:
Eating Disorders, Weight Loss/Gain, Bariatric Surgery, Type 1/2 Diabetes, ​Food Allergies/Intolerances, Digestive Issues, Irritable Bowel Syndrome, Coeliac Disease, High Cholesterol, High Blood Pressure, ​Women’s Health, Pregnancy + Lactation, Fatty Liver Disease, Anemia, PCOS and Heart Disease.

Dietitian @ Sports & Spinal Caloundra features on-site car parking as well as an onsite gym with Pilates equipment. We’re NDIS registered, Medicare rebates and HICAPS health fund claims are available. EFTPOS and credit card facilities are also available for payment. Modern, clean and inviting, your local Caloundra clinic is a popular choice for Sunshine Coast residents looking for Physiotherapy, Exercise Physiology, Massage TherapyClinical PilatesPodiatry and Dietetics.

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Caitlin Follett

Dietitian

Caitlin is an Accredited Practising Dietitian (APD) who prides herself on focusing on her clients as a whole person and understands there is so much more to an individual than just what they eat. Since graduating with her Bachelor of Dietetics at the University of the Sunshine Coast, Caitlin has developed her interest in gut health, vegetarian and vegan nutrition, oncology, and chronic disease management.

Caitlin is passionate about making a healthy and enjoyable lifestyle by supporting her clients to create achievable and realistic changes in line with their goals. She uses a non-judgemental, friendly and tailored approach with her care, as she understands that it can be daunting opening up to someone about your health concerns and what you eat.

When she isn’t working, Caitlin enjoys exploring the Sunshine Coast by getting outside to go for walks or hikes, to the beach for a swim, or painting at home.

Caitlin is available for appointments at Kawana, Baringa and Caloundra.

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Our consults will involve making a detailed and comprehensive assessment of the client’s diet and health background. This will be paired with current lifestyle habits to provide evidence-based and practical advice to suit the individual. By helping our patients to set their own nutrition goals and developing useful strategies to implement in everyday life, we can help to make realistic changes to their lifestyles.

Our Dietitian can help you to understand:

  • The relationship between the food that you eat and your health
  • The link between your diet and managing certain diseases such as cardiovascular disease and diabetes

Provide practical, individualised and evidence-based advice on your diet.

Diabetes and Weight Management:

  • Teamed with our fantastic exercise physiology team at sports and spinal, we can help you to achieve your nutrition goals for diabetes management and weight management

Other areas covered:

  • Cardiovascular disease (high blood pressure, high cholesterol)
  • Weight loss
  • Weight gain- for those who struggle to put weight on
  • Gastrointestinal issues: constipation/diarrhoea/bloating
  • Diverticulosis
  • Osteoporosis
  • Iron deficiency

What is Diabetes? 

Type 2 Diabetes is a disorder characterised by high blood sugar levels. There are a number of things which can contribute to you developing diabetes, including a poor diet, sedentary lifestyle and having a family history of diabetes.  

How can a Dietitian help people with Diabetes?

When we look at monitoring and managing diabetes, diet is a major component which has a very big impact on your short- and long-term diabetes management.  There is a lot of information available about your diet which makes it crucial to ensure you are getting reliable and accurate information to enhance your health!  

Put your health in our hands! You can relax, learn and be assured, that you are getting the most up-to-date, evidence-based information and guidance.

If you are after more information on Diabetes we suggest you look at the Diabetes Queensland website.

What is Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS)?

IBS refers to a collection of symptoms including diarrhoea and/or constipation as well as accompanying symptoms such as bloating and abdominal pain. The cause of IBS is not really known, but a number of factors appear to worsen symptoms. These can include some of the foods we eat, stress or an infection.

How can a Dietitian help people with IBS?

Diet plays a big role in managing IBS as we can modify the diet to identify any “trigger” foods which may make IBS symptoms worse. This process is called the FODMAP diet. Our dietitians have a particular interest in the FODMAP diet and would love to help you to minimise your IBS symptoms to limit the impact they are having on your life! We also ensure that you are eating a healthy variety of foods and not missing out on any important nutrients.

How can a Dietitian help people with Weight Management?

Losing weight is a confusing task in today’s world! There is so much information available on different food products, what we should & shouldn’t eat and what new diet is taking over as the latest craze. It is important not to put your body in harm’s way and to ensure you are only taking on advice which is evidence-based and accurate. Achieving a healthy weight is important to reduce your risk of many co-morbidities such as diabetes, high cholesterol, high blood pressure, heart disease etc. It is also important to make sure you do so in a healthy way by making small, sustainable changes to your diet and lifestyle. Our dietitians can help you to set achievable goals and work with you to determine strategies which are going to work for you!

Caloundra Sports & Spinal can be found at Suite 4, Bradfield House, 20 Kalinga St, Caloundra QLD 4551

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