Susan R. Marshall, MS, RD
Innsbrook Primary Care
Susan R. Marshall, MS, RD, is a Registered Dietitian, specializing in integrative medicine. She holds a Bachelors of Arts in English from Davidson College and a Masters of Science in Food and Nutrition from North Carolina Central University.
Originally from Raleigh, North Carolina, Susan worked in healthcare marketing and advertising before deciding to follow her passion for health and wellness and pursue a career in nutrition. She brings experience in working with patients with a wide spectrum of chronic diseases and varied goals, and loves helping people learn how to use food to control their disease symptoms and to improve their quality of life.
Susan provides nutritional counseling and dietary planning and has worked in a range of healthcare settings from clinical to wellness. She is passionate about integrated medicine and the health benefits for patients when combining nutrition and overall wellness with internal medicine. An avid foodie, she loves to cook and exercise in her free time and is passionate about making healthy food approachable and delicious.
Her specialties include medical nutrition therapy, weight loss and weight management, holistic nutrition counseling, chronic disease management and prevention, meal and dietary planning, and personalized lifestyle, fitness and nutrition counseling.
Caton M. Savage, MS, RD
Midlothian Family Practice (Village)
Caton M. Savage, MS, RD is a Registered Dietitian specializing in medical nutrition therapy. She graduated with a Bachelor of Science in Dietetics from James Madison University then completed her Dietetic Internship at McNeese State University where she received her Masters of Science in Health and Human Performance.
Since moving back to Virginia, Caton has fulfilled her passion for health and nutrition by working in both clinical and community health settings. She provides individual nutrition counseling to patients who are interested in improving overall health and quality of life through lifestyle changes. She educates on how food and diet can affect symptoms of chronic disease while equipping patients with the tools to put positive changes into practice to meet individual goals. She stays up to date with current health research and trends through medical journals, nutrition podcasts, and books written by prominent food journalists, medical doctors, and agricultural researchers.
In her spare time she enjoys experimenting with new recipes and outdoor activities like biking and playing with her dogs.