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My name is Neha Shah and I am a dietitian specializing in scleroderma, along with other gastrointestinal and liver disorders in private practice. I overall have been specializing in gastrointestinal and liver disorders for the past 15 years. I truly enjoy working with patients with scleroderma and would like to offer my services.
I began my career as an inpatient GI dietitian at Stanford Health Care, providing care to patients recovering from colorectal/GI surgery. I later came into the Digestive Health Center there to build Nutrition Services for the GI and Liver clinics. I provided specialized care to all diagnoses, such as celiac disease, dysmotility, IBD, scleroderma, short bowel syndrome and non-alcoholic fatty liver disease. I have seen many scleroderma patients in my practice there and helped them address the multiple issues that have interfered with eating well, such as swallowing difficulty, GERD, concerns with motility and more.
My goal through my private practice is to address the needs of the community to help improve patient access to specialized nutrition care. I would like to learn if in the future, can provide any support to the patients through one on one telehealth nutrition counseling and/or presentations to the support groups to move nutrition forward.
I can be reached through email at firstname.lastname@example.org and my # is 415.275.4549 . My contact information can be shared. I can also certainly provide additional information as well as flyers on my services.
Thank you! I look forward to hearing from you!
Neha D. Shah MPH, RD, CNSC, CHES
Neha Shah Nutrition
Nutrition for Gastrointestinal and Liver Health
There is more than one way to eat, let's find your way!
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