Sport Health offers you the opportunity to get personalized advice from one of our specialists at our Rome offices or any other contract center.
At your service are:
A personal trainer to maintain and improve the performance of amateur athletes and professional athletes, as well as for the treatment of obesity and metabolic disorders.
We specialise in:
Rehabilitation therapist Riccardo TORQUATI will examine the case and propose the type of workout programme you need.
You will also receive advice on how to set up a mini gym at home and what exercises are best suited to your age or personal situation. Personal training can also be given at home. Our Personal Trainers Massimo Miressi and Mauro Girini will create a customised training programme for you that is specifically suited to your needs, habits and goals.
ISEF trainer, Doctor in Sports Science, specializing in functional and rehabilitative recovery
Words at the Sport Health center on Viale Ciamarra
Graduated in Physical Education and Scientific Methods for Preventive and Adapted Motor Activities and postural retraining. Physical trainer in the SS Lazio Youth League, holder of a UEFA B trainer licence.
Dr Paola Meo graduated with honours in Biological Sciences in 1999 and then specialised in Clinical Pathology, always achieving the highest honours in her studies. Later, she obtained a Master's degree in Clinical Nutrition and successfully graduated from the School of Clinical Nutrition.
Read her curriculum vitae in the gallery.
Curriculum Vitae of Dr Paola Meo
She has years of experience as a nutritionist at a private health centre, in close collaboration with medical specialists including pediatricians. Planning of infant and early adolescence nutrition. She prescribes customised diets based on a balanced diet without the need for drugs or meal replacements.
She corrects poor eating habits and helps patients implement proper, healthy lifestyles.
She creates diet plans for patients who suffer from physiological or paraphysiological conditions (pregnant or postmenopausal women ), aimed at maintaining or improving their physical and mental state.
She also develops diet plans for patients suffering from pathological conditions, which then make up important components of their therapy.
She is at her patients' disposal as a constant go-to contact person who is on top of all the latest research and findings in her chosen field of work. Considerable experience in the field of clinical analysis.
An essential cornerstone of her therapeutic approach is, first of all, seeing the person as a whole before seeing them as a patient. Standing on the scale is only at the end the first visit, in particular to find out about eating habits and grasp the psychological aspects that so often affect the damaged relationship that the patient has with food.
Establishing a relationship of empathy is essential, as it creates an attitude of trust for the patient. Trust helps him/her follow through with the diet programme that is developed.
The following tests and analyses are performed:
The dietary plan is based on the Italian guidelines for healthy eating, issued by INRAN (National Institute of Research for Food and Nutrition).
Visit by dietician
Nutritional history (knowledge of the eating habits and lifestyle, weight history, highlighting the critical points related to the person's relationship with food; identification of any family history of disorders)
Estimation of energy requirements and basal metabolism
Anthropometric analysis for the study of body composition (fat mass, lean mass, body water)
Development of a customised diet plan based on physical characteristics, gender, age, food preferences and lifestyle of the patient
Development of a dietary plan to support the healing of any existing diseases.