Welcome ‘Get Fresh Dietitians’ to our Allied Health Team

Posted by | October 03, 2017 | General | No Comments


Wauchope Physiotherapy and Sports Rehab Centre is proud to introduce ‘Get Fresh Dietitians’ as part of our Multidisciplinary Team. Get Fresh Dietitians has been established in 2016 and delivers Accredited Practicing Dietitian and Nutritionist services by Ebru Holman, Brett Holman and Laura Fealy.

Ebru is the founder of Get Fresh Dietitians. She is an Accredited Practising Dietitian who completed her Bachelor of Nutrition and Dietetics in 2012. Ebru has since provided people with nutrition care across the public hospital and community health setting and has also been passionately building her private consulting services for over four years.

Brett is a Chef and an Accredited Practising Dietitian who completed his Bachelor of Nutrition and Dietetics in 2012. Brett has been delivering nutrition care across the public hospital and community health settings for over four years and is now offering private consulting services in partnership with Ebru.

Laura has recently joined the team at Get Fresh Dietitians. Laura is a registered Accredited Practising Dietitian. Laura has worked in a major hospital the past five year across all areas in both the inpatient and outpatient setting. She has a special interest in osteoarthritis (OA) after coordinating a program alongside physiotherapists to enable people to break out of the negative cycle of OA and regain a higher quality of life.

At Get Fresh Dietitians, we will work with you to assess your nutritional requirements and help you translate scientific health and nutrition information into practical advice. Food can be used to assist you in meeting your everyday healthy nutrition goals and/ or as a form of Medical Nutrition Therapy to manage health conditions and diseases. Common conditions that we treat include overweight and obesity, diabetes, heart disease, cancer, kidney disease, thyroid disorders, gastrointestinal diseases and disorders as well as eating disorders and malnutrition.