Services provided by Smart Dietetics.

For appointments please call The Injury Hub on 08 8522 4232. Please see for further details.

Dietitians are health professionals who can help translate scientific information about nutrition into practical advice for people who need their services.

While both nutritionists and dietitians provide nutrition guidance, a dietitian is someone who has reached a certain level of competency through university study. This includes theory and assessment covering clinical nutrition, medical nutrition therapy and food service management.

In Australia all dietitians are considered to be nutritionists however, nutritionists without a dietetics qualification cannot take on the specialised role of a dietitian. Dietitians can assess how adequate your nutritional intake is for your individual needs.

This insight can be helpful for anyone, whether you’re healthy, have a specific illness, or are somewhere in between. Examples include nutrition for weight management, pregnancy, and for general health and wellbeing. Dietitians assist with managing many illnesses but may be of particular help with conditions such as diabetes, heart disease, gastro-intestinal disease and food allergies

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Suzannah Smart


Suzannah completed a Bachelor of Health Science in Nutrition and Dietetics. She has also completed post-graduate training in Paediatric and Infant Nutrition. Over the past five years her experience has included working in private practice, public and private hospitals, nursing homes and transitional care in rural, remote and metropol-itan regions. Most recently before moving home to Tanunda, Suzannah worked in the United Kingdom National Health Service in Clinical Paediatric Dietetics.

Specialties and areas of interest;

  • Diabetes (Type I, II and Gestational)
  • Cardiovascular Disease / Dyslipidaemia
  • Irritable Bowel Syndrome / FODMAPS
  • Allergies & Intolerances
  • Diverticulitis
  • Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome
  • Obesity / Weight management
  • Malnutrition
  • Paediatrics (e.g. Failure To Thrive, weight loss, fussy eating, food intolerances)

Suzannah will be consulting at ‘The Injury Hub’ on Monday mornings, as well as in the Barossa on Wednesday, Thursday and Fridays. She has a passion for delicious healthy food, and uses Medical Nutrition Therapy and evidence-based practice to improve her clients health outcomes and goals.


Stacey Hardie


Stacey is and Accredited Practising Dietitian (APD) and Nutritionist, has always had the ambition to help those in rural and regional South Australia live healthy lives. As a life long local, Stacey understands the blessings and difficulties of living in the country. Not only how hard it can be to have access to fresh and affordable produce but the travel commitments it can take to access them.

When she’s working, Stacey is passionate about making a connection with those she meets and prioritising individualised care for her clients. She can empathise as well as support her clients with ideas and plans to suit any lifestyle. She has always had an obsession with food and how its nutrients can have a positive effect on the body and loves to share her knowledge.

With a 5 year background in sports nutrition, and recently completing her sports dietetics qualifications, Stacey has a keen interest in how to optimise performance in training, competitions and on game day through food.

When you don’t find her in the clinic, Stacey will be on her family farm foraging in the orchard with her children or driving the truck, or she may be found in the community playing tennis or netball, sports training or devoting her time to her young family.

Some areas of interest include:

  • Sports nutrition
  • Chronic Disease (eg. Diabetes, heart disease)
  • Womens Health eg. Fertility, PCOS
  • Renal / Kidney Disease
  • Gastroenterology nutrition