Change of office :
Please note that from Monday, June 21, all consultations will take place at the following address :
Rue de la Gabelle 28, 1227 Carouge
All information about how to get to the office is available below on this page.
In accordance with the recommendations of the cantonal doctor, the consultation and common rooms are disinfected between each patient and the therapists wear masks. Please respect the social distance in the waiting room and arrive on time or wait in the corridor. Hydroalcoholic gel will be made available to you.
By making an appointment online, you agree to come and consult without any symptoms: fever, cough, sore throat, loss of smell/taste and not to have had any close contact during the previous 14 days with a person who has been tested positive for COVID-19 or who has developed similar symptoms. If this is your case, please contact me directly at 076 403 18 23 to assess the situation.
Wearing a mask is recommended. Please take one for your consultation.
Consultations are taking place:
Mondays and Wednesdays at the Grand-Lancy, avenue des Communes-Réunies 1, 1212 Grand-Lancy
Tuesdays and Fridays in Geneva, rue des Battoirs 4, 1205 Geneva
Coming by Tram:
from Geneva take line 15 towards Palettes or line 17 towards "Lancy Pont Rouge" and get off at "Indutrielle".
from Geneva take line 12 or 18 and get off at the "Armes" stop
Coming by Bus: line 11 stop "Rue des Mouettes".
Coming by car: Covered parking at the Coop Super Centre Acacias or Parking de M Parc.
Grand Lancy's office
Coming by Tram: from Geneva take line 15 toward Palettes and get off at the stop "Grand-Lancy-Place" or "Lancy-Mairie".
Coming by Bus: line 22 and 23 stop "Grand-Lancy-Place".
Coming by car: park in the car park next to the church.
Coming by Tram: take line 12 or 18 and get off at the "Augustins" stop.
Coming by car: park in the car park of the Augustins Shopping Centre or the Plainpalais shopping centre (Migros) entered by rue Dancet.
Rates And Insurance
Osteopathy is a first-line therapy, covered by complementary insurances without a medical prescription, except for certain international or UN insurances.
A consultation lasts about 45-50 minutes and is charged CHF 130.
For more convenience, the sessions are paid in cash at the end of the consultation, an invoice is given to you for reimbursement by your insurance.
Consultations are payable in cash or by card. If it's a problem, please tell me during the consultation and I will give you a payment slip.
As a member of the Federation of Osteopaths of Switzerland (FSO) and the Register of Empirical Medicine (RME), all supplementary and accident insurances cover our consultations. Your share rating is defined according to your insurance contract.
IMPORTANT : Any session missed and not cancelled 24 hours in advance may be billed at the usual rate for a consultation.
The basic insurance (LaMAL) does not cover osteopathy. It is reimbursed by the complementary insurances.
Your accident insurance can cover osteopathy. Coverage varies from one insurance to another.
I am graduated of the CIDO in Saint Etienne since 2013 and certified as CDS-GDK osteopath since 2018.
Having practiced ice hockey at a high level for 12 years my body has suffered the sometimes marked constraints of this contact sport. Osteopathy has allowed only thanks to the hands of the therapist to restore movement, free my joints and heal my pain.
During and after my studies, I continued to practice unihockey at a good level allowing me to join the French national team for 6 years.
Thanks to this personal experience and various continuing education courses in sports coaching, among others, I treat young athletes of all levels every day. Growing up in good conditions and practicing a high level sport are completely compatible.
I have also been able to improve my skills in other fields, particularly in pediatrics osteopathy and in the following of pregnant women before and after childbirth.
I am a member of the Swiss Federation of Osteopaths (FSO) and of the Société Cantonale d'Ostéopathie de Genève (SCOGe). I also participate in its day-care service.