Angela Luciani, R.D.
Angela Luciani is a registered dietitian for Rittenhouse Women’s Wellness Center™. She has a Bachelor’s degree in Nutrition and Food Science and has a great deal of experience conducting nutrition assessments, medical nutrition therapy and weight management practices.
Ms. Luciani received her Bachelor’s of Science degree from Drexel University, where she was consistently noted on the Dean’s list. She completed her Dietetic Internship at Drexel University’s Individual Supervised Practice Pathway.
Angela also opted to complete rotations at The Renfrew Center, Nutrition Unlimited, LLC, Drexel University's "A Healthier U" as well as a sports nutrition rotation at IMG Academy in order to gain further experience.
Since 2014, Angela has worked as a Nutrition Interventionist for a research study at the University of Pennsylvania, where she assists in offering patient's personalized food recommendations using evidence based guidelines in order to achieve optimal nutrition for cancer prevention. She is also a Clinical Dietitian at Magee Rehabilitation, where she provides nutrition therapy recommendations for populations that include those dealing with weight gain, wound healing and spinal cord injuries.
As a registered dietitian for Rittenhouse Women’s Wellness Center™, Ms. Luciani hopes to help her patients with every stage of the life cycle, by meeting personal nutritional goals and establishing healthy lifestyle behaviors.
Marissa Martino, R.D.
Marissa is a Registered Dietitian accredited through the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics and licensed through the state of Pennsylvania. She graduated from West Chester University where she earned her Bachelor of Science degree in Nutrition and Dietetics. Marissa completed her Dietetic Internship with Priority Nutrition Care based out of Boston, Massachusetts where she completed 4 rotations within a 9 month period. During this time, she covered sports nutrition, adolescent eating disorders, food allergies and intolerances, community nutrition education, food service and clinical medical nutrition therapy for long term care facilities.
With over three years of nutrition counseling experience, Marissa’s approach is to focus on every client as an individual, each with their own needs, challenges and goals. She believes that it is important to be available and supportive during the time of any client’s life changing journey to a state of total health and wellbeing. Marissa is also a fitness trainer and is passionate about combining effective exercising with healthy eating habits to achieve full body wellness.