Active Life & Sports is thrilled to have Courtney Ferreira, a licensed dietitian nutritionist on our team.
Courtney Ferreira, MS, RD, LDN, NASM-CPT is helping the Baltimore area improve their health everyday! Courtney helps clients identify where they can make beneficial diet changes without restriction or deprivation. Her integrative approach also incorporates stress management, mindfulness techniques, and physical activity goal setting in order to help her clients with all aspects of their wellbeing. If you are sick of feeling stuck and confused about the 'right' way to eat and what your body needs, let Courtney help.
Here's what people are saying about Courtney:
"I would recommend Courtney to others... She is personable, professional, and knowledgable... My experience has exceeded my expectations..."
"Courtney's approach is not only very welcoming, but her positive energy... will stay with you while you are working on your goals"
If you are ready to make changes to your nutrition habits you deserve to have support from a qualified professional that is conveniently located! Courtney is now accepting new clients for one-on-one nutrition counseling at our Perry Hall location.
Now accepting Medicare, Cigna, Blue Cross Blue Shield, and Aetna. Competitive private pay rates also available. Call our office 410-529-3303 and let them know you are interested in nutrition counseling.
For further questions, Courtney can be reached directly via email at firstname.lastname@example.org or phone 443-219-7907.
Courtney Ferreira is a registered dietitian nutritionist and certified personal trainer with a master’s degree in Human Nutrition. She completed her undergraduate degree, graduate degree, and research at the University of Delaware. She completed her dietitian training at University of Maryland Medical center. Courtney has experience working with clients through the lifespan (pediatrics through geriatrics). She has extensive media experience and has been featured in numerous television segments across the DMV. She is also a regular contributor to various online publications and has been featured on NBCBetter and CNN International. She blogs at her website www.realfoodcourt.com.