Our mission is to be the highest quality provider of health coaching and nutrition counseling by partnering with the best health coaches and Registered Dietitians in the country with the goal of empowering its members to live long and healthy lives.
TurnWheel Health and Wellness Coaches (TWHWC’s) partner with you in building real-time strategies for health success. The TWHWC is uniquely qualified to use evidence-based coaching practices to bridge the gap between your own health values and needs with your health plan. Success is defined by the you and supported by your coach.
Registered Dietitians provide nutrition assessment, goal setting, and the facilitation of positive behavior change. They also make appropriate referrals to specialists to ensure patients are receiving the care and guidance needed to improve health outcomes. Knowing that research is a key component in ensuring optimal care, the TurnWheel Registered Dietitians and Health Coaches adhere to evidence-based practice.
Owner and Founder
Cheryl Robinson, MS, MBA, RD, CSR, LD
Registered Dietitian Nutritionist
Certified Specialist in Renal Nutrition
Duke Health and Well Being Coach Certified
As a licensed clinical dietitian and health coach, Cheryl Robinson has successfully worked with patients in all stages of chronic disease over the past decade. Since 2015, Cheryl has worked directly with dialysis patients and is a Certified Specialist in Renal Nutrition. As a dialysis clinician, she is responsible for nutrition assessment, goal setting, and the facilitation of positive behavior change. Cheryl also makes appropriate referrals to specialists to ensure her patients are receiving the care and guidance needed to improve health outcomes. Seeing a desperate need for patient education materials for the population of people with diabetes and/or renal disease, Cheryl has written several nutrition education tools, some of which will be available for purchase at TurnWheel.com this fall. You can read her renal nutrition blogs at Healthieyoo.com.
Knowing that research is a key component in ensuring optimal care, Cheryl’s focus in patient education adheres to evidence-based practice. Her passion for improving overall quality of life is what drives her to work in the community she serves. When she is not working or volunteering for community events, Cheryl enjoys all things outdoors and spending time with her family.
Cheryl completed her Bachelor of Science at Texas Woman’s University in Dietetics and her Master’s in nutrition sciences at Bowling Green State University. She also has a Master’s in Business Administration completed at the University of Akron. She is an active member of the National Kidney Foundation (NKF) and currently volunteers for several organizations including the Texas End Stage Renal Disease (ESRD) Network.