Christina Ushler is a Registered Dietitian at the Rittenhouse Women’s Wellness Center™. She helps patients improve their overall health and manage disease through eating natural and healthy foods. Ms. Ushler completed her Bachelor of Science (B.S.) degree in Nutrition and Dietetics at the University of Delaware, with a minor in Biology and she completed her dietetic internship at the University of Delaware.
Ms. Ushler believes in using whole foods and locally sourced food in order to improve the overall health of her patients. Studying nutrition was a natural fit and she loves how the nutrition field is constantly evolving.
Ms. Ushler enjoys educating her patients and finding solutions to their lifestyle struggles. She believes that all areas of your life are connected, and that true health comes from many factors, not just diet or exercise alone.
Ms. Ushler’s goals at the Rittenhouse Women’s Wellness Center™ are to empower and bring vitality back into the life of each and every patient.
Theresa Shank is a registered dietitian for Rittenhouse Women’s Wellness Center™. She has a bachelor's degree in nutrition and is certified in childhood, adolescent and adult weight management and is currently working toward her master's degree.
Ms. Shank currently holds a Bachelor’s degree in Nutrition from West Chester University, where she graduated Summa Cum Laude. She completed her Dietetic Internship at Stony Brook University.
Since August 2010, she has worked as an outpatient registered dietitian at Einstein Medical Center where she works with patients by providing nutritional assessments, interventions and general education. She has also worked for Aramark Corporation; served as a nutrition educator at The Heart Group of Lancaster and worked as a dietary assistant at the Chester County Department of Health in West Chester, PA.
As a registered dietitian for Rittenhouse Women’s Wellness Center™, Ms. Shank hopes to help her patients with every stage of the life cycle, by meeting personal nutritional goals and establishing healthy lifestyle behaviors.