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Miss Bryony Campion

Dietitian

MSc (Nutrition) Registered Dietitian

I am a Health Professions Council Registered Dietitian specialising in gastroenterology including irritable bowel syndrome (IBS), inflammatory bowel disease (IBD), and coeliac disease. I have undertaken post graduate level specialisation in dietary treatment of IBD and the low FODMAP diet for IBS.

Whilst currently working with the NHS, I also provide private dietetic services and consultations for outpatients at Sussex Premier Health.

I deliver private outpatient care in a range of areas including weight management, the low FODMAP diet, food allergy and intolerance, coeliac disease and nutrition support. Should you wish to discuss the provision of care in other clinical areas please contact me to discuss this.

I am recognised by AXA PPP Healthcare, Pru Health, Aviva and Simplyhealth as a provider of dietetic services.

Clinic Times

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Treatment information

Some of the principal treatments carried out by Miss Bryony Campion include:

Dietetics

Additional information

British Dietetic Association

The BDA Specialist Gastroenterology Dietitans Group

BAPEN

Private secretary: Katy Muir

Private secretary telephone: 07752 325670

Private secretary fax: 01323 400832

Website: http://www.ukdietitian.co.uk

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