Services provided at
10921 Reed Hartman Highway Ste 304G Cincinnati Ohio 45242
513-429-3789 for appointment
Patricia Becker RD is a registered dietitian with over 20 years experience in providing nutrition care for all ages.
Board Certified Pediatric Nutrition Specialist
For the past 20 years Pat Becker and KidsRD.com have been helping pregnant women, parents, families, primary care providers care for children and make sure children receive the nutrition they need to grow and be healthy.
Patricia holds a bachelors degree in food and nutrition from the University of Cincinnati and a masters degree in Human Nutrition from the University of Bridgeport. She is a board certified nutrition support clinician, past president of the North Carolina Dietetic Association,
recipient of Outstanding Dietitian of the Year award.
Hello. let me introduce myself, I am a pediatric dietitian / nutritionist specializing in nutrition therapy for children from conception to teens, working to optimize nutrition therapy for families including pregnant moms, babies, kids with food allergies, teen athletes and kids with anorexia nervosa
I have been caring for the nutritional needs of children for over 20 years at 3 of the top Children’s Hospitals in the country: Duke Medical Center Children’s Hospital, University of North Carolina Children’s Hospital, and Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center and now through my private practice at KidsRD.com.
I have been fortunate to have helped families and children to improve their health and ensure children grow to their full potential through good nutrition. I have found that although parents might not always do so for themselves, they are eager for help to know how to provide good nutrition for their child.
I would be honored and privileged to work with you, your families and your team.
I just wanted to thank you SO much for joining us tonight! I wish I had recorded all of the accolades you received after you departed this evening - your engaging, thorough, and thoughtful review of pediatric malnutrition was extremely well-received by this group. They are definitely in the beginning stages of identifying and documenting pediatric malnutrition but please know by the conversation that took place after you left, it is clear that you inspired each and every one of them to incorporate the principles you presented into practice!
Thank you again for your wonderful presentation.
Alisha Polewarczyk, MPH, RD
Pediatric Specialty Nutrition