Provider Bio

Kaitlin Voicechovski, MS, RD, LDN

Lead Registered Dietitian

Kaitlin is a registered dietitian with more than 10 years of experience in evidence-based diet and nutrition care. At Oshi Health, she provides comprehensive nutrition support to help each of her patients meet their individual goals and increase nourishment as part of a balanced diet.

Kaitlin provides tools to help people living with a wide range 
of digestive symptoms and conditions to feel empowered to navigate food choices with confidence. She employs evidence-based approaches to eating that help individuals best manage their concerns. An expert in a range of dietary approaches to managing GI conditions, she has also completed advanced FODMAP training with Monash University.

In addition to building a robust nutrition program, Kaitlin also focuses on advancing provider workflows and supporting team operations at Oshi. She previously worked in an outpatient setting, providing medical nutrition therapy to patients with a variety of health concerns.

In her free time, she enjoys gardening, travel, and spending time outdoors with her family. 

“My goal is to help people optimize their gastrointestinal health and overall well-being. That starts with personalized support to understand the relationship between what you eat and how you feel—and ultimately manage symptoms with as few dietary restrictions as possible. My priority is understanding your individual needs, preferences, and lifestyle factors so I can tailor strategies and recommendations accordingly.”

Favorite gut health tip

So often, dietary guidance for people with GI concerns emphasizes avoidance. Instead, let’s think about diet optimization as a game of addition. While it’s true that some circumstances require restrictions (which a GI registered dietitian can help you navigate!), there’s often a huge benefit to adding in foods and nutrients to support gut health.


  • Medical education: St. Elizabeth University, Master of Science in Nutrition, concentration in Entrepreneurial Nutrition Practice
  • Dietetic Internship: St. Elizabeth University
  • Monash University Low FODMAP Training Certificate


  • Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics (AND), Dietitians in Medical Nutrition Therapy Dietetic Practice Group, Dietitians in Gastrointestinal & Gluten Related Disorders Subgroup (DIGID)
  • Rhode Island Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics