OAA Welcomes New Registered Dietitian

June 11, 2019

(Allentown, PA, June 11, 2019--) OAA Orthopaedic Specialists announced that Kelly Gombert, R.D.N., L.D.N. will be starting as OAA’s new registered dietitian nutritionist on June 19, 2019. Kelly joins OAA after many years of working in healthcare and wellness settings.
Headshot-Kelly-Gombert.pngKelly is passionate about empowering others to improve their health and lives through proper nutrition, behavioral/lifestyle changes, and by developing a better relationship with food. She believes providing quality care is paramount because nutrition plays a vital role in our overall well-being, impacting all aspects of our lives. Kelly regularly helps individuals with a variety of goals and conditions including: weight management, heart-health, diabetes, kidney disease, cancer, sports performance, mindful and intuitive eating, vegetarianism, and wellness and health promotion.
Kelly’s ultimate goal is to help clients get to the point that they more often choose to eat nourishing foods, not because they feel they have to, but because they now truly want to. She believes in a “progress, not perfection” philosophy and emphasizes that small changes equal big results.
“I am thrilled for this opportunity to be a provider of nutrition education with the Lehigh Valley’s premier facility for quality orthopaedic care. I look forward to working with OAA patients to help them maximize their potential as they journey along their ongoing path to wellness.”
Learn more about Kelly Gombert, R.D.N., L.D.N. and OAA’s Nutrition Services. To schedule an appointment, call 610-973-6200 or fill out our “Request an Appointment” form.
About OAA Nutrition Services
Nutrition Services is the newest service line to complement the multi-disciplinary approach to health care at OAA Orthopaedic Specialists. Whether you are striving to lose weight or feel constantly fatigued, nutrition can be the missing piece that is preventing you from becoming the best version of yourself. Proper nutrition practices and education can benefit an array of conditions and can simply improve one’s overall quality of life.