Ruth Conroy
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Ruth Conroy
Dietician
BSc (Hons), SRD
NHS Trust: Private practice only
Availability: Please contact us to book
Specialises in:
  • Gastrointestinal (digestive) conditions e.g IBS, coeliac disease and diverticular disease
  • Cancer and palliative care
  • Nutritional Support
  • Weight management

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Professional profile

Miss Conroy qualified in 1994 from the University of Surrey with a BSc (Hons) in Human Nutrition and Dietetics (SRD), following her training at University College/Middlesex Hospital London. She has a wide range of experience in adult clinical dietetics, and worked as the lead specialist oncology dietitian for 11 years at Mount Vernon Cancer Centre, Northwood. Miss Conroy has extensive experience in providing dietetic care and nutritional support for oncology patients.

Since 2011 after completing training on the low FODMAP* diet at King’s College, London, Miss Conroy started using the low FODMAP approach to treating IBS patients.

She works closely with gastroenterologists and oncologists to provide high quality care for all patients and maintains up to date practice through continuous professional development- attending regular workshops, short courses and meetings. Miss Conroy strives to provide excellent standards of dietetic care and improve patient outcomes.

Some of the principal treatments carried out by Miss Ruth Conroy at OSD Healthcare include:

  • Dietetics
  • Cancer and palliative care
  • Gastroenterology disorders including, IBS, Coeliac disease and diverticular disease
  • Nutritional support including patients with dysphagia
  • Weight management, prediabetes and type 2 diabetes (not on insulin).

*The low FODMAP diet is a diet low in fermentable carbohydrates which has been shown to be effective in improving symptoms of IBS.

Additional information

“I enjoy seeing the impact changes in diet make to a person’s health. I often think I am working at a “Food Hospital” and am fortunate to see the significant effect diet can have on health.”

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