Sue obtained her Bachelor of Science degree in Dietetics at Coventry University, where she studied Nutrition and Dietetics.  She started her career at Weston General Hospital where she gained experience in many different aspects of dietetics.

In 2014 Sue moved to Gloucestershire Royal Hospital, expanding her experience in many areas of dietetics including tube feeding and stroke management.  She later joined the renal department where she now specialises in renal dietetics.  Sue works closely with consultant renal physicians and nursing staff to provide individualised nutrition advice and support for patients with kidney disease, including those who are on dialysis.

Sue has wide experience in the nutritional aspects of many other health conditions including diabetes, heart disease, inflammatory bowel disease, weight management, gastro-intestinal disturbances and general gut health.

Sue is inevitably very passionate about food and lifestyle and how they affect general health and wellbeing and is keen to share her knowledge to help people make healthy, informed food choices.  She understands the importance of treating the whole person and is keen to assist with developing individualised eating plans and recipe modifications to help treat specific conditions and promote good health.

Sue will provide the most up-to-date, evidence-based dietary advice tailored to individuals.  She knows from experience that the most powerful and effective advice is that which is practical and fits with an individual’s lifestyle.

Qualifications and Registered Professional Body

  • BSc (Hons) in Dietetics
  • Registered with the Health & Care Professions Council (HCPC) – Registration Number: DT27492
  • Member of the British Dietetic Association

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