Nutrition at Docklands Health

Nutrition at Docklands Health

Dietitians promote health, and the prevention and treatment of illness by optimising the nutrition of populations, communities and individuals. Dietitians may see individuals for a range of reasons relating to nutritional intake. food intake and eating behaviour.
  • In a typical appointment, a dietitian will assess your nutritional requirements, expectations, goals, usual dietary intake and activity.Suggested dietary changes, meal planning and nutrition counseling will support you with shopping, eating and preparation of food.
  • Review sessions are scheduled to review your dietary intake, and successful changes and keep you on track towards your goals.


Cam Johnson Accredited Practising Dietitian at Docklands Health

Will Medicare cover a visit to a dietician?


Medicare provides rebates for visits to Accredited Practising Dietitians treating chronic health conditions (such as cardiovascular disease, diabetes and cancer) under a care plan coordinated by a general practitioner. Visits to private practising Accredited Practising Dietitians are also covered by most private health funds. 


Why you should see an Accredited Pracising Dietitian

Nutritionists are able to interpret the interactions of nutrients and chemicals in foods in order to determine the interaction they will have with the human body. This includes what changes are made to foods after they are heated and interactions between foods once they enter your system. Nutrition is a major part of everyone’s lives. The expression “you are what you eat” becomes vitally important in reaching your health goals and nutritionists are trained to develop individual nutrition plans for their patients. 

For appointments with a Nutritionist call (03) 9088 3228 or book online.

Meet our nutritionist Cam Johnson- Accredited Practising Dietitian (APD)

Cam Johnson has been an Accredited Practising Dietitian for the past 19 years.

He has worked at a number of tertiary teaching hospitals, diabetes institutes, and organisations in the role of a dietitian, health coach, and research assistant. He has been involved in research, and have delivered numerous conference presentations and workshops, as well as the training of health professionals, medical staff, and students.

A large focus of his work with clients is the behavioural aspect of eating. This includes goal setting, meal planning, consideration of meals and snacks that fit within an individual’s lifestyle and health condition. This includes how, and why clients eat, to assist them in knowing what to put in their shopping basket and what goes on their plate.

Cam has a focus on the nutritional management of diabetes, pre- diabetes, and weight management. His approach aims to simplify the dietary messages for people, and give people the confidence to best manage their condition.

He has a successful private practice, Deconstructing Diabetes. His blog is popular with health professionals and people with diabetes http://deconstructingdiabetes.com.au/news/


For appointments with a Cam call (03) 9088 3228 or book online.


Share This