I'm Maria Giulia, graduated in Physiotherapy. I graduated from Alma Mater Studiorum in Bologna with an experimental thesis entitled The infant at risk of developing a neuromotor pathology: qualitative survey on international assessment tools.
The passion for psycho-physical well-being and empathy towards others pushed me to get to know and deepen the Global Postural Re-education of which I took the basic course according to Souchard.
Given my great interest in the world of pregnancy and pediatric rehabilitation, I attended courses for infant care, including the AIMI infant and neonatal massage course.
Physiotherapy is not only treatment and rehabilitation, but also prevention. This is why in addition to carrying out my profession, I am also SVAS Physiotherapist (the back goes to school), a project of the Italian Association of Physiotherapists aimed at promoting correct behaviors and lifestyles, useful in the prevention of diseases of the musculoskeletal system (especially in the spinal column) of children.