Denver Dietitian Nutritionist Eating Disorders Revival Nutrition

Are you offering in-person sessions?

We are offering both in-person and telehealth visits, at the discretion of the client.

What would be helpful to know about your office location?

The office address is 5575 S Sycamore Street, Suite 105, Littleton, CO. 80120   

The office is located about two blocks from the main street of downtown Littleton. There are many shops and coffee/tea stops off this street that we recommend checking out if you have any time before or after appointments.

Street parking is available directly in front of the building. There is also a parking lot on the opposite side of Sycamore Street that has designated parking spots for the building. 

**There are five stairs down to the level of the office, from the street. If you need to or would prefer to access the office via a ramp, there is a ramp on the back side of the building. There is also parking in the back for those that would like to use the ramp to enter the building.**

What are your fees?

The initial nutrition assessment is 75 minutes and $175. Ongoing nutrition counseling sessions are 50 minutes and $140. Reduced fee options are available for those who qualify.

Do you take my insurance?

Revival Nutrition is in-network with Cigna. If your insurance includes out-of-network benefits, we’re happy to provide you with a super bill upon request, to support you in pursuing reimbursement independently. FSA & HSA cards are also accepted.

How do I schedule an appointment?

To request an appointment, you are welcome to use the link on the request an appointment page on this site or to call (720 310 8674) or e-mail (rdkatieb@gmail.com) to schedule. We will follow up to plan a 10-15 minute call to hear more about the support you’re seeking and make sure it’s likely we’ll be a good fit.

What if I need to cancel my appointment?

As able, please cancel at least 48 hours in advance of your appointment. For cancellations within 48 hours, the full session fee will be charged. This is necessary because a time commitment is made to you and is held exclusively for you.

No Surprises Act and Good Faith Estimate

As of January 1, 2022 new legislation is in effect which requires healthcare providers to provide an estimate of treatment costs for patients who do not have insurance, or who are not using insurance benefits. This is called a Good Faith Estimate. Please read more about the No Surprises Act and your rights to a Good Faith Estimate here.