Bethany is a specialist in digestive health and polycystic ovary syndrome and the newest member of our team.
Bethany first started her career qualifying in nutrition before deciding to take the next step to become a registered dietitian.
Being interested in helping women with PCOS and digestive problems, Bethany initially started working with The Food Treatment Clinic as a student intern, before deciding to specialise in this area when she was fully qualified.
The level of dedication Bethany has given to undertaking extra training in order to provide our clients with exactly what they need is only testament to the sort of support and advice you should expect to get from her.
We decided to approach Bethany to work for The Food Treatment Clinic as her level of dedication was so high that we knew her approach of working would fit into the clinics ethos of providing clients with that 110% support that they need.
Qualifications / Training
Masters Of Science – The University of Chester – To be completed 2018
The low FODMAP Diet – Kings College London – To be completed 2018
The low FODMAP Diet and Irritable Bowel Syndrome – The Food Treatment Clinic in house training – 2018
The Management of Pancreatic Enzyme Insufficiency – Mylan – 2018
Introduction to Total Parenteral Nutrition – The British Dietetic Association – 2018
Post Graduate Diploma in Dietetics – The University of Chester – 2015 – 2017
BSc Biology with European Studies – The University of Nottingham – 2013 – 2014
German Language Certificate at Professional Working Proficiency.
2018 – Current – Specialist Gastroenterology and PCOS Dietitian at The Food Treatment Clinic
2018 – Current – Dietitian at The Royal Oldham Hospital
2017 – Dietitian – at The International Hospital for Expatriates (China)
2015 – 2017 – Intern at The Food Treatment Clinic