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A modern integrative and patient-centered approach of care.

One major challenge of care is to address your specific needs. Treatment care with the development of an efficient strategy to meet your demands as to improve your current abilities while bridging the gap to your activity goals.


Musculoskeletal disorders use to be associated with tissue "overload" mechanisms. Yet we know that the body’s condition is reversible and it is more its lack of preparation for activity demands that makes symptoms last.

If taken out of context, pain is just one piece of the puzzle, that makes sense within the context of our personal experience. Being real, and not just in the head or in the back, pain remains under the major influence of our environment.

With your history and clinical examination, we identify the key drivers involved in the onset of your symptoms. Treatment care includes a variety of methods and active care, to serve your goals and initiate change.

  • sacroiliac syndrome
  • gluteal tendonitis
  • adductors tendonitis
  • Alcock syndrome
  • pubalgia
  • hip osteoarthritis
  • hip impingment FAIS
  • paresthetic meralgia
  • piriformis syndrome
  • cruralgia
  • ulnar nerve entrapment
  • flexor tendonitis
  • bicipital tendonitis
  • tennis elbow
  • carpal canal syndrome
  • tenosynovitis
  • thumb osteoarthritis
  • wrist sprain
  • headache
  • Arnold neuralgia
  • cervical bulgus
  • degenerative disc
  • toticollis
  • cervicobrachialgia
  • thoracic outlet syndrome
  • shoulder blade pain
  • intercostal neuralgia
  • idiopathic scoliosis
  • acute back pain
  • spondylolisthesis
  • lumbar canal stenosis
  • Maigne’s syndrome
  • lombosciatalgia
  • adhesive capsulitis
  • cervical neuralgie
  • rotator cuff tear
  • supraspinatus tendonitis
  • sub acromial impingment

  • knee osteoarthritis
  • jumper’s knee
  • IT band syndrome
  • cruciate ligament injury
  • meniscus injury
  • shin splints
  • compartment syndrome
  • peroneal tendonitis
  • popliteus strain
  • ankle sprain
  • ankle instability
  • plantar fasciitis
  • Achilles tendonitis
  • Morton’s neuroma
  • hallux rigidus

Do I need a referral?

No. A chiropractor is a first contact practitioner who is able to determine any counter-indications that would require a referral.


What are the fees?

80 euros per consultation, by check or cash payment.


Can I be refunded?

Chiropractic care is not covered by social care so that the carte vitale is not accepted, but many complementary insurances give a reimbursement.

I was able to resume a normal life.
Highly recommended!

— Markus
I was pleasantly surprised by the treatment effectiveness.
— Véronique