Medically-regulated, evidence-based nutrition therapy.
The Nutrition program at La Maison Health & Fitness provides one-on-one nutrition counseling that is specific to your body, your lifestyle, and your PREFERENCES. Unlike nutritionists, our dietitians are qualified to conduct medical nutrition therapy to treat diseases such as diabetes, cardiovascular disease, gastrointestinal disease, and more! Like all medical professionals, dietitians are held to evidenced-based, scientific interventions- no fad diets. Furthermore, we are familiar with the body’s biochemistry as it pertains to performance. Whether you are a D1 athlete, aspiring athlete, or weekend warrior, we can help you reach your goals.
This program is a valuable resource to the community, offering nutrition consultations and a team-oriented approach with a sports medicine doctor and highly trained trainers.
Adult One on One Counseling: 45 Minute Sessions – $150
Child/Athlete One on One Counseling: 45 Minute Sessions – $150
Lauren George, MS RD LDN CPT comes to us with experience as a clinical dietitian in both the medical and private sector. She earned a master’s degree in clinical nutrition and dietetics and completed her practicum training at Penn Medicine. As a licensed and registered dietitian, Lauren has the expertise to provide Medical Nutrition Therapy (MNT) that includes but is not limited to pre-diabetes/diabetes, cardiovascular disease, gastrointestinal disease/disturbance, cancer, post-surgical rehabilitation, and weight loss management or simply curate a healthy lifestyle that works for you. Lauren also has experience working with Division 1, college and professional athletes as a sports dietitian. As head coach of a 2021 state championship winning men’s team, she was able to use her knowledge of both sports and dietetics to help lead her team to the top. Lauren also is a Certified Personal Trainer (CPT), so she is qualified to work closely with coaches and other trainers alike.
Nutrition coursework includes: lifecycle, community food service, clinical, biochemistry, biology etc.
Mandatory 1,200 hours of supervised practice
in various nutritional settings
Administered by the Commission on Dietetic Registration, become a Registered Dietician upon passing. States often require an RD to obtain licensure post-exam.
RD's are required to obtain 75 hours of continuing education to maintain RD status or else re-do the exam
Nutritionist may have done a short course in nutrition
or simply added the title to their name
The term "Nutrtionist" is not an accredited term and is not protected by law
While some nutritionist can work in food service, they do not have the training to counsel on dietary treatment of diseases
As a health and fitness center, fitness is the core of our business. We are the experts in the industry, our trainers are highly qualified, and our instructors are the best on the Main Line.
With an on-site Integrative Medical Practice inside our health club, we have the unique opportunity to offer Primary Care (Family Medicine) and Sports Medicine for kids and adults here at the club.
Our dietitians provide personalized nutrition counseling to help you balance enjoyment with good health and nutrition, so you can achieve your goals and still enjoy the pleasures of life!
Our on-site physical therapists provide detailed assessment and diagnosis; quick, effective treatment plans; with a team of caring professionals who create the perfect plan of care to target the root of our pain.