McCreery, Dr. Mary
- Weight management, obesity, weight loss/gain
- Eating disorders, Anorexia nervosa, Bulimia nervosa
- Binge eating disorder
- Bariatric surgery
- Diabetes type 2
- Bowel disorders, coeliac disease, bloating, constipation / diarrhoea
- Irritable bowel syndrome
- Sports nutrition
- Vegetarian diets
- Heart and cardiovascualr disease, high cholesterol
- Healthy eating and general nutrition
- Counselling and Psychotherapy
All specialist dietetic programmes are based on the latest scientifically and medicallly proved research. The consultation includes an analysis of body measurements, (height, weight, BMI, Body fat, and Total Body Water). Dietary intake, medical history, lifestyle habits and an assessment of medical nutritional intervention that is required for each patient. Close colloboration with consultants and GP’s ensures the best of medical and dietetic care.
- Graduated in Human Nutrition and Dietetics in 1980
- St Vincent’s Hospital Dublin 1980 – 1983
- Irish Olympic Team Nutritionist 1983 – 1985
- Irish Rugby Team Nutritionist 1984 – 1986
- Set up Dietetic service in Blackrock Clinic in 1985
- PH.D 1992 (Trinity College Dublin)
- Graduated with 1st class honours in Counselling and Psychotherapy 2005 (Trinity College Dublin)
Past lecturer on MSC sports medicine (Trinity College and Royal College Surgeons Dublin)
Vice chair of the scientific committee of Nutrition and Health Foundation.
Consultant Dietician St John of God Hospital and St Patricks Hospital Dublin.
Contributor to radio, TV and national newspapers on all aspects of nutrition and health.
Dietitan / Clinical Nutritionist
A consultant Dietician/ Clinical Nutritionist provides medical nutritional intervention in specialist services such as Diabetes, Obesity, Cardiovascular Disease, Gastroenterology, Bariatric as well as nutrition services and educational programmes to individuals and health care facilities. Dietary advice is talior made and individually structured to ensure that nutritional status and nutritional requirments are met. Patient nutrition education is vital for effective treatment to improve the health of the individual and to ensure success.
Obesity, Eating Disorders, Anorexia Nervosa, Bariatric Surgery, Diabetes, Coeliac Disease, Sport nutrition, Weight loss/ gain, Bowel disorders, Counselling.
Obesity Research – Bariatric Surgery – Eating Disorder Research
Member Irish Nutrition and Dietetic Institute, Member Irish Association of Counselling and Psychotherapy