How to Maintain Physical and Psychological Health Until Old Age: Physical Therapist and Gastroenterologist Roman Malkov
People should take care of their health since youth in order to avoid various physical and psychological illnesses in old age. Doctor Roman Malkov knows how to prevent the development of age-related diseases. He will reveal this issue on September 19 at Biohacking Conference Moscow.
The expert will make a presentation titled ‘How to increase the life quality at the elderly age’.
- prevention of muscular wasting and strength losses;
- fracture preventive measures;
- prevention of cognitive capacity disorders and mental state decline.
Roman will show the author’s set of exercises aimed at enhancing the back bone and joints as well as treating osteochondrosis and spinal disc herniation.
Roman Malkov is a specialist in sports medicine, physical therapist, and gastroenterologist with 22 years of experience. He has been focusing on medical practice in Russia, the USA, and Europe. He has a USMLE Certificate (United States Medical Licensing Examination). The expert has developed globally renowned cyclical dieting strategies based on the concept of weight loss without muscular wasting.
The speaker worked for Telo’s Beauty esthetic medicine clinic (Russia), developing complex weight loss and skin resurfacing programs.
Roman Malkov is the author of nutrition science books: The Carb Cycling Diet, The Calorie Cycling Diet, Your DNA-Diet Connection, The Fat Cycling Diet, and Reshape Your Body.
Currently, he practices medicine, provides advice, and conducts research in Russia and abroad. The expert is a dietarian and physical therapist at Medsi clinic (Moscow), a research fellow at Anokhin Institute of Normal Physiology, as well as a member of American College of Sports Medicine, American Council on Exercise, and the International Society of Nutrigenetics. He regularly participates in events dedicated to esthetic medicine.
Discover how to improve your health at the elderly age from the speaker at the conference.