We've all heard the saying, "You are what you eat." We often don’t give it much thought, but healthy eating is key to our total well-being.
The experts at Watertown Regional Medical Center can help you develop a healthier lifestyle. Our experienced Registered Dietitians will work with you to make lasting changes in how and what you eat.
ONE Wellness Redefined
ONE Wellness Redefined offers a unique roadmap to success. It’s a year-long journey that brings the experts to you. You’ll develop personal relationships with our Medical Director, a physician specializing in Integrative Medicine; with fitness and nutrition specialists; and with a caring, supportive wellness coach.
ONE Wellness has been specially designed for “real people” with busy lives and unique health challenges. You don’t have to be fit to join. In fact, our program’s biggest success stories started their journey with major health issues.
Nutritional Guidance Program
Interested in reaching and maintaining a healthy weight? Building a healthier lifestyle for your family? Receive expert nutrition guidance that emphasizes heart health. Our Registered Dietitians work with individuals, couples, and families, helping you to build a road map to better health.
Please note that the Nutritional Guidance Program may supplement, but does not replace physician-referred Medical Nutrition Therapy.
An affordable, pay-as-you-go option! Just $60 per 45 minute appointment. ONE Flex members receive a 20% discount on nutritional guidance consultations. To schedule your visit, please call Wellness Works at 920-262-4639.
Medical Nutrition Therapy
Individuals with a variety of conditions and illnesses can improve their health and quality of life by receiving a physician’s referral for Medical Nutrition Therapy (MNT). During an MNT intervention, Registered Dietitians formally counsel clients on dietary habits as they relate to a specific disease or medical condition.
Some of the issues that merit Medical Nutrition Therapy include:
- Cardiovascular Diseases: hypertension, dyslipidemia, congestive heart failure
- Diabetes: Type 1, Type 2, Gestational
- Disease Prevention: general wellness
- GI Disorders: celiac disease, cirrhosis, Crohn’s disease
- Immunocompromise: food allergy, HIV/AIDS
- Nutritional Support: oral, enteral, parenteral
- Pediatrics: infant/child feeding, failure-to-thrive, inborn errors of metabolism
- Pulmonary Disease: COPD
- Renal Disease: insufficiency, chronic failure, transplantation
- Weight Management: overweight/obesity, bariatric surgery, eating disorders*
- Women’s Health: pregnancy, osteoporosis, anemia