Lauren K. Williams, M.S., Registered Dietitian, discusses nutrition for low iron or anemia.
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What is Local Registered Dietitian

If you have arthritis, gout, ankylosing spondylitis or another inflammatory condition, you will work with a local family physician and likely a local rheumatologist. Because a big part of managing an inflammatory condition is your diet, you may benefit from working with a local registered dietitian. A local registered dietitian is a wellness provider who is trained in nutritional science and health. A local registered dietitian can help patients with rheumatoid arthritis, osteoarthritis or psoriatic arthritis eat an anti-inflammatory diet. By working with a local registered dietitian and eating a diet rich in foods such as leafy greens, whole grains and fruits, people with arthritis or other inflammatory conditions can reduce inflammation and joint pain.

A local registered dietitian can help you lose weight, plan meals, understand the glycemic index, eat for exercise or sport and more. If you’d like to learn more about how a local registered dietitian can help you with an anti-inflammatory diet, start by talking to your local family physician. A local registered dietitian can also work with your other healthcare providers, whether it’s a local cardiologist or local psychiatrist. The five most common types of arthritis to affect the shoulder are osteoarthritis, rheumatoid arthritis, avascular necrosis, rotator cuff tear arthropathy and posttraumatic arthritis. Both the acromioclavicular (AC) joint (where the clavicle meets the tip of the shoulder blade) and the glenohumeral joint (where the head of the humerus fits into the scapula) can be affected by arthritis.  Symptoms of shoulder arthritis include pain, stiffness and reduced mobility. To make a diagnosis, your physician will probably recommend an x-ray. If your arthritis pain doesn’t respond to non-surgical options, your physician or orthopedic surgeon may recommend surgery. Milder cases of shoulder arthritis may be treated with arthroscopy, while more severe cases may require a shoulder joint replacement.

Victoria Middleton

Victoria Middleton

RD
Registered Dietitian
New York City, NY
Yumna Khan

Yumna Khan

RD
Registered Dietitian
Burlington, ON
Margarita deGraaf

Margarita deGraaf

RD
Registered Dietitian
Burlington, ON
Alexis Williams

Alexis Williams

RD
Registered Dietitian
Burlington, ON
Anita Gleeson

Anita Gleeson

RD., CDE.
Registered Dietitian
Oakville, ON
Mrs. Jyotika Desai

Mrs. Jyotika Desai

MSc, RD
Registered Dietitian
Oakville, ON
Courtney Bloch

Courtney Bloch

RD
Registered Dietitian
Toronto, ON
Ms. Jaclyn Pritchard

Ms. Jaclyn Pritchard

Jaclyn Pritchard, RD Weight and Lifestyle Management Cleveland Clinic Canada.
Registered Dietitian
Toronto, ON
Stefanie Senior

Stefanie Senior

BSc.
Registered Dietitian
Toronto, ON
Fedaa Boqaileh

Fedaa Boqaileh

MSc, RD, CDE
Registered Dietitian
Toronto, ON
Neda Kiani

Neda Kiani

Registered Dietitian
Toronto, ON
Amardeep Riar

Amardeep Riar

RD
Registered Dietitian
Toronto, ON
Jenny Accettura

Jenny Accettura

Registered Dietitian
Toronto, ON
Saima Murtaza-Vahed

Saima Murtaza-Vahed

RD
Registered Dietitian
Toronto, ON
Justine Chan

Justine Chan

RD
Registered Dietitian
Toronto, ON
Samantha Cooper

Samantha Cooper

MHSc, RD
Registered Dietitian
Toronto, ON
Tracy Morris

Tracy Morris

Registered Dietitian
Toronto, ON
Farsad Farassati

Farsad Farassati

RD, NM
Registered Dietitian
Toronto, ON
Elke Sengmueller

Elke Sengmueller

RD
Registered Dietitian
Toronto, ON
Emilie Trottier

Emilie Trottier

RD
Registered Dietitian
Toronto, ON
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