Enjoying good health is something more than being physically well: our health also relates to our emotional, spiritual and mental spheres. Being well also and especially means “feeling well”. For modern-day doctors, it is no longer sufficient to cure, but it becomes essential to prevent, inform and promote healthy behavior aimed at complete well-being. In practical terms this signifies: keeping up-to-date with the most innovative techniques and methods; opening up to the knowledge, if not the practice, of complementary medicine; acquiring communication skills through specific training courses.


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Medicine that cures

Humanely practiced medicine is inevitably integrated medicine and it utilizes all the most recent scientific and technological advancements, but also takes into consideration complementary know-how. In addition to conventional medicine, which forms the basis of my training and to which I constantly refer, in my professional practice I utilize complementary medicine electively, because of its great effectiveness in the prevention of disease. Homeopathy and homotoxicology, phytotherapy, nutraceutical and Bach flower remedies are powerful tools for prevention and cure. I am specialized in pediatrics and I possess solid education and training in Nutritional Sciences and experience in the allergy field. My patients are both adults and children. In the homeopathic field, I coordinated the first Italian Clinical Research Project (Clinical) until 2015. During my time with the project, numerous scientific papers were produced and published in indexed journals.

A relationship that cures

Everyone involved in the healthcare sector, and thus in professions that help others, shares the desire to contribute to the well-being of others, offering solutions to the health issues that are presented to them. Every physician knows how important it is to establish a good alliance with his patient: diagnoses are easier; there is a greater adherence to the prescribed therapy; the effectiveness of the cure increases. The alliance originates in the quality of the relationship between the doctor and the patient. Unfortunately it is not a simple task to establish a good working relationship during a medical appointment: it requires acute listening skills and an empathetic manner. However, when the alliance works, something special occurs and healing already begins during the appointment… As I am aware of this phenomenon, through the years I have dedicated much time and energy to my listening skills training.