My therapeutic method is dynamic and non-static, this means that it is based on the harmonious and gradual evolution of the food plan during the treatment period.
According to the progressive change in the physical state, dietary changes are made.
This method is implemented during periodic updating examinations using the following procedures:
Periodic examinations are fixed at the exact moment when the food plan needs to be updated.
For this reason, it is very important that you do not miss these appointments during the treatment in order to maintain steady the driving force of the diet.
The punctuality of periodic refresher examinations is as important as joining the diet itself, because the delay of the appointment stops the healing process.
The method of progressive evolution allows to get a better nutritional completeness during the treatment period and ensures greater coverage of the nutrients, which are part of the twin code.
For this reason, the adoption of this method allows to obtain greater results and more quickly than the outdated and tedious technique of simple caloric reduction.
I give great importance to the communicative aspect, as I consider it a fundamental tool in the treatment process. Communication highlights the human dimension in the therapeutic relation.
Periodic refresher examinations are a meeting in which my clients, in addition to receiving explanations of various kinds, may ask questions and clarifications to better adhere to the food plan.
For any communications, outside of the periodic examinations, it is suitable to contact the medical office only by phone, because questions are often interlocutory and, in order to obtain the best answer, the office staff needs, in turn, to ask questions and clarifications.
E-mail and fax, on the contrary, are means of transmitting reports and laboratory tests.
Depending on the topics emerged during the meeting, documents, which expand on such subjects, are provided.
Through these readings I transmit my knowledge to facilitate the accession to the food plan.