Claudio Mio and Enzo Tomeo
Bemer — Physical Vascular Therapy
Vascial Visceral Mobilisation
Website : www.studiovis-therapies.com
Direct Contact : 07716219279
Company biography: Studio VIS was founded in 2005 by Dr. Claudio Mio because of his desire to create a space in which people are taken care of holistically. The therapeutic approach takes an individual’s psychological and physiological state into consideration, as well as one’s social and environmental conditions in order to reveal the causes, which are more than often hidden, of one’s illness. With the passing of time, the Studio’s identity evolved as it tried to create a meeting point between conventional techniques of modern medicine and alternative and complementary techniques.
Dr Claudio Mio: Dr. Mio is a MCB Massage Therapist, specialised in Craniosacral Therapy (Upledger Method) and Somatosensory and Emotional Release at The Upledger Institute in Trieste where he works as a teacher and assistant. He has a diploma specialising in Prevention and Rehabilitation from the Telematic University of San Raffaele in Rome. He is specialised in Facial and Visceral Mobilisation and some techniques of Kinesiology, especially Neuro Training of which he is an instructor of Innate Systems and Specific Skills. With a degree in International Political Science from the University of Trieste, he presented and later published his thesis “Pietro Ellero and the death penalty”. He also attained a Masters in International Diplomacy at the University of Padova (Department of International Studies). He serves also in the Italian Army as a Reserve Commissioned Officer.
Dr Enzo Tomeo: Dr. Tomeo is a MCB Massage Therapist, who graduated from the faculty of Medicine with an undergrad degree and then a Master’s in Sports Science. He specialised in the Upledger Method of Craniosacral Therapy and in Somatosensory and Emotional Release at the Upledger Institute in Trieste. During his studies he was an assistant researcher in the Laboratory of Neuroscience of IRCS E. Medea, University of Udine. With a scholarship granted by the Neuroscience Laboratory of Psychology of University of Reading (UK), he published a scientific article on “Mirror Neurons” in the international magazine Cerebral Cortex.