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Looking for Support with Your Weight and Not Another Celebrity Diet?

PremierPhysio are pleased to announce our new weight management service. No diet fads here!

“In reality, if something sounds too good to be true, it probably is. Always ask for evidence and get your advice from someone properly qualified and regulated with nothing to sell or promote.” Sian Porter, consultant dietitian and Spokesperson for the Association of UK Dietitians.



Aisling Duffy is our Specialist Weight Management Dietitian and a member of The Association of UK Dietitians. Aisling provides individual dietary plans, which can be tailored and incorporated into your lifestyle. Helping you to achieve your desired weight loss.


Aisling explains her approach:


“My role involves supporting people with their weight, meaning I understand the complexity of the issue and the frustration associated with this. Unlike dieting organisations, I believe that there is no one plan that fits all.”

“For this reason, I offer evidence based nutritional advice and tailor each consultation to your personal needs. Through experience, I have learned that a completely new diet is very difficult to follow and not sustainable long term. For this reason, I offer plans and set dietary goals for you, bearing in mind the resources and facilities you have available.”


What to expect:


Equipped with your personal plan, further support, advice and guidance on dietary changes are recommended every 4 weeks. This is until your optimal weight is reached.


The initial assessment, including dietary guidance and your individual plan costs £50


Follow up sessions cost £35


Please contact our reception on 01928 500 557 to book with Aisling or for further information. Evening appointments are available. You can also email to discuss your requirements via our enquiry form.



The Association of UK Dietitians

Registered dietitians are qualified health professionals that assess, diagnose and treat diet and nutrition problems.


Uniquely, dieticians use the most up-to-date public health and scientific research on food, health and disease. They translate this into practical guidance to enable people to make appropriate lifestyle and food choices.

Dieticians are statutorily regulated, with a protected title and governed by an ethical code to ensure that they always work to the highest standard.


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