Virginia Quadrado is a Doctor of Physical Therapy and a Personal Trainer for elderly people. Her specialties are in Cardiac Rehabilitation, Physical Activity for disabled people, Spine injuries and Neurofunctional activities. She has a Master of Rehabilitation Sciences (University of São Paulo-Brazil), and she is now taking her PhD in Neuroscience at the University of Lisbon, in Portugal. She manages her businesses practices in 3 different countries (USA, Netherlands and Brazil).
She has been involved to Academic Research in Brazil, Colombia, Netherlands, South Africa, and currently in Portugal, researching motor behavior (learning, adaptation, development and performance) in Muscular Dystrophy, Cerebral Palsy and ordinary people.
She is based in Cascais, Portugal, and manages her patients and clients treating them in their houses or facilities, providing a personal session of exercises and specific activities according to their needs. She has been developing her own methodology based on scientific evidence and she obtains a significant improvement of quality of life by combining techniques such as:
- GDS – Godelive Denys-Struyf method
- RPG – Rééducation Posturale Globale method
- Balance and coordination
- Melt Method
- Breathing concepts – Pranayamas
- Strength and Aerobic training protocol from American College of Sports Medicine
- Healthy eating
The elderly have been her main focus because she can work with physical rehabilitation of age-related diseases and improve the quality of life of this population. This is achieved through personalized physical training, education on breathing and healthy eating which results in greater independence in their daily lives.
Feel free to contact Virginia Quadrado for any further inquiries.
Telephone: +351 963 848 658
WhatsApp: +1 (602) 639 3726
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