Ostéopathy La Colline, partner of Hirslanden Clinique La Colline

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    Osteopathy La Colline Champel


    The Centre is located in the heart of Geneva, at 9, rue Marignac, 1206 Geneva, near the HUG.
    Our osteopaths welcome you from Monday to Saturday from 7am to 9pm.

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    Osteopathy La Colline Bellevue


    The Centre is located in the heart of Bellevue, at 345, route de Lausanne, 1293 Bellevue, near the Country Club Geneva and the Reserve.
    Our osteopaths welcome you from Monday to Friday from 12:30 to 20:00.

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Osteopathy Centers
La Colline, Geneva


Our team will be happy to welcome you in one of our osteopathic centers.

A complete session lasts 45 minutes (complete check-up, diagnosis, treatment and advice).

To benefit from our care, you can make an appointment online or by phone.

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Our osteopaths team


In our center, a partner with Hirslanden Clinique La Colline, our team are experienced practitioners,
with multiple training, experiences and complementary approaches.

This allows us to propose to our patients a large scale of treatment (muscular,
cranial, visceral, structural approach), to help alleviate each source of problems.

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François Vatin

DIRECTOR OF CENTERS
OSTEOPATH IN CHARGE OF
MARIGNAC

French - English


Graduate CDS-GDK
Member of FSO-SVO

Graduate of the European Osteopathic College (C.O.E) of Cergy-Pontoise

Inter-University Diploma (D.I.U) Psychosomatics from the University of Paris Descartes

Assigned to the ATP and WTA tour, for the follow-up of our Professional Tennis Players

Assigned to the Servette Rugby Club de Genève, for the follow-up and treatment of Team 1 players

Post-Graduate Training :
  • « GEPRO »
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Karine
EUDES-DESBOTTES

OSTEOPATH IN CHARGE OF
BELLEVUE

French - English


Graduate CDS-GDK

Graduate of the Institut Supérieur d'Ostéopathie (I.S.O), Lyon

Post-Graduate Training :
  • « Perinatal and Pediatric Osteopathy »
  • « The Neuro-Meningeal System »
  • « Peripheral Nerves »
  • « Screening, Prevention and Treatment of Infant Head Deformities »
  • « Physiological Childbirth: How to prepare for it? »
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Pierre-Yves Montagner

Osteopath

French


Graduate CDS-GDK
Member of FSO-SVO

Graduate of the Swiss School of Osteopathy Belmont

Post-Graduate Training :
  • « I.W.G.S »
  • « Biokinergy »
  • « Jealous »
  • « Neuro-Ostéo »
  • « Posturology »
  • « Tissue Approach »
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Tél. : 022 346 71 87
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Lorraine De La Tousche

Osteopath Assistant

French - English


Graduate of the European Osteopathic College (C.O.E) of Cergy-Pontoise

Bachelor in Osteopathic Medicine

AFGSU Level 2: Certificate of Training in Emergency Management and Care Level 2

Assigned to the ATP and WTA tour, for the follow-up of our Professional Tennis Players

Post-Graduate Training :
  • Perinatal training: Osteopathic care of pregnant and post-natal treatments
  • Perinatal training: Osteopathic care and treatment of infants, and children
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Charles Hurel

Osteopath Assistant

French - English - Spanish


Graduate of the European Osteopathic College (C.O.E) of Cergy-Pontoise

Assigned to the Servette Rugby Club de Genève, for the follow-up and treatment of Team 1 players

Post-Graduate Training :
  • « Obstetrics »
  • « GEPRO »
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Cyril BRETTE

Osteopath Assistant

French - English


Graduate of the European Osteopathic College (C.O.E) of Cergy-Pontoise

University degree in Osteopathy, acupuncture and homeopathy, applied to perinatality

Post-Graduate Training :
  • « Osteopathic approach around physiological childbirth and postpartum »
  • « Osteopathic approach to babies »
  • « Osteopathic approach of the perineum »
  • « Preparation and Accompaniment at birth: Painless childbirth and haptonomy »
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Tiffany ARCHEN

Osteopath Assistant

French - English


Graduate of the European Osteopathic College (C.O.E) of Cergy-Pontoise

Bachelor in Osteopathic Medicine

AFGSU Level 2: Certificate of Training in Emergency Management and Care Level 2

Assigned to the ATP and WTA tour, for the follow-up of our Professional Tennis Players

Post-Graduate Training :
  • Perinatal training: Osteopathic care of pregnant and post-natal treatments
  • Perinatal training: Osteopathic care and treatment of infants, and children
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William COLLINS

Osteopath assistant

French - English


Graduate of the European Osteopathic College (C.O.E) of Cergy-Pontoise

AFGSU Level 2: Certificate of Training in Emergency Management and Care Level 2

Assigned to the ATP and WTA tour, for the follow-up of our Professional Tennis Players

Assigned to the Servette Rugby Club de Genève, for the follow-up and treatment of Team 1 players

Post-Graduate Training :
  • Perinatal training: Osteopathic care of pregnant and post-natal treatments
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François DUPAS

OSTEOPATH IN CHARGE OF
SOPHIA ANTIPOLIS

French - English


Graduate of the European Osteopathic College (C.O.E) of Cergy-Pontoise

Assigned to the Mouratoglou Tennis Academy

Assigned to the ATP and WTA tour, for the follow-up of our Professional Tennis Players

Post-Graduate Training :
  • « Knee and Sports Hip »
  • « The Traumatic Foot »
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Cécile DUMUIDS

Osteopath

French - English - Spanish


Graduate of the European Osteopathic College (C.O.E) of Cergy-Pontoise

Bachelor in Osteopathic Medicine

AFGSU Level 2: Certificate of Training in Emergency Management and Care Level 2

Assigned to the Mouratoglou Tennis Academy

Assigned to the ATP and WTA tour, for the follow-up of our Professional Tennis Players

Post-Graduate Training :
  • Training in Neuroscience: Research and practice, bio-psycho-social model and nervous system
  • Perinatal training: Osteopathic care and treatment of infants, and children
  • Perinatal training: Osteopathic care of pregnant and post-natal treatments
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Osteopathic treatment : a global approach


The benefits of Osteopathy are numerous. The osteopath treats each patient (adults, pregnant and post-natal women, babies, children, teenagers, athletes, seniors) in a holistic, whole-body approach, using a detailed knowledge of anatomy and physiology. Osteopathy can treat many structural and functional problems.

If the spine and its ailments is the major cause of consultations in Osteopathy, it can relieve a much larger variety of pains and complaints. Discover in the following list the numerous pains that Osteopathy can cure.

The most common ache :

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Back pain

Back pain (lower back pain, sciatica, dorsalgia, neck pain, stiff neck, herniated disc..) represents the most common reason for consulting.

The headaches

Headaches and migraines can usually be very disabling. Osteopathy can be an alternative to painkillers, in a natural and effective way to reduce the pain and discomfort.

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The other scopes of Osteopathy :

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E.N.T and pulmonary system

Dysphonia, prevention of sinusitis, chronic otitis, rhinitis, vertigo, bruxism, buzzing, jaw pain, migraines, bronchitis, dysphrenia, asthma.

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Orthopaedic system :

Sprains, tendinitis, lower back pain, dorsalgia, lumbago, herniated disc, neck pain and stiffness, whiplash, joint pains, scoliosis, pubalgia, headaches caused by mechanical problems.

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Digestive system :

Bloating, hiatal hernia, flatulence, Hepatobiliary disorders, colitis, constipations, organ ptosis, dysphagia, digestive problems, gastralgia, gastritis, gastric acidity, gastroesophageal reflux disease, dyspepsia, nausea.

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Neurologic system :

Cervico-brachial neuralgia, intercostal neuralgia, facial neuralgia, Occipital neuralgia (Arnold's neuralgia), sciatica, cruralgia.

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Urogenital system :

Dysmenorrhea, dyspareunia, dysuria, prevention of chronic urinal tract infection, perineal pain syndrome.

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Cardiovascular system:

Circulatory disorders of the lower limbs, venous congestion, hemorrhoid, palpitations, oppression.

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Trauma consequences :

Fracture, sprain, muscular trauma, tendinitis, whiplash, falls.

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Neurovegetative system :

Neurovegetative dystonia.

Osteopathy, at any age of life

During childbirth, the newborn experience important pressures on his whole body, especially on his skull, even if the childbirth went well.

This phenomenon is amplified if the delivery is very long or very fast and if forceps or spatulas are needed to extract the baby. In this case, the baby's passage through the mother's pelvis will sometimes mark her skull and therefore slightly deform it.

In addition, the tensions caused by childbirth can lead to digestive disorders (regurgitation, constipation, colic) as well as nervousness, anxiety and sleeping difficulties. These tensions can be treated by your osteopath from the first days of the newborn's life.

When to consult for your baby ?

  • Asymmetry of the infant's head: flat or plagiocephaly, flat or curved forehead, hump, half-closed eye, detached ear, oedema, use of forceps or suction cup.
  • Difficult childbirth: umbilical cord around the baby's neck, breech position, cesarean section, difficult passage of the baby, prematurity
  • Digestive disorders: diarrhea, constipation, colic, wiggling, crying
  • Torticollis, difficulty turning the head to one side
  • Agitation, nervousness, sleep disorders, crying, anger, anxiety
  • Baby's lazy eye (converging or diverging)
  • Suction disorders
  • Chronic ear infections or rhinitis

Growth is an important step in development. Each child's growth is unique and can cause pain or occasional imbalances.

Osteopathic follow-up of the child and teenager is important so that he or she does not grow up with dysfunctions that can lead to various disorders in adulthood. This follow-up is very important if the child has scoliosis. Static disorders (scoliosis, lordosis, kyphosis) are a sign of poor adaptation of the body. The causes, which can be visceral, traumatic, cranial, will be determined by a specific diagnosis of the osteopath. Appropriate correction techniques will improve these spinal disorders.

Children undergoing orthodontic treatment. Wearing braces creates tensions in the jaw and skull bones that can cause stress, headaches, neck and back pain or difficulties to concentrate.

When to consult for your child and/or teenager?

  • Prevention: annual check-up, beginning of sport activities or intensive practice of a sport, first steps, preparation for a sporting competition, wearing a dental appliance
  • Scoliosis, scoliotic attitude, child not standing straight
  • Back pain, muscle aches, osteoarticular pains
  • Growth cartilage disorders (Osgood_Schlatter, Severs, Scheuermann)
  • Tendinitis (Achilles tendon, elbow, shoulder...), adductor pain and pubalgia (football)
  • Headaches, migraines, pains caused by wearing a dental appliance
  • Abdominal pain, diarrhea, constipation, bloating, bloating, regurgitation
  • Difficulties to concentrate, dyslexia, nervousness, hyperactivity, torticollis
  • Sleeping disorders
  • Frequent crying, withdrawn child
  • IMC (Motor and Cerebral Insufficiency)
  • Hypertonia or hypotonia, psychomotor disorders, delays
  • Some functional hearing and visual disorders
  • Enuresis or "bed-wetting"
  • Wearing orthopaedic insoles

Whatever the profession, everyone spends many hours a day in the same posture, or repeating the same movements.

Sitting in front of a computer, carrying objects, doing manual work with the same arm, working in difficult positions or simply feeling stressed, are the causes of many musculoskeletal disorders (MSDs).

Attentive to these muscular or joint disorders related to working conditions, the osteopath uses a method of care that seeks to identify and treat mobility restrictions that can affect the entire human body.

The appearance of the first pains and tensions should encourage you to consult an osteopath who will perform a complete check-up. It will restore the body's ability to adapt to the constraints it is undergoing.

When to consult?

  • Back pain: lumbar, dorsal, cervical, torticollis, herniated disc, disc protrusion
  • Neuralgia: sciatica, cruralgia, cervico-brachial neuralgia, intercostal neuralgia
  • Pelvic pain: sacralgia, coccygodynia (coccyx pain)
  • Functional urinary and anal incontinence
  • Consequences of operations
  • Headaches, some dizziness
  • Muscle pain: contractures, cramps, slamming, stiffness, tendonitis
  • Arthrosis, arthritis, osteoporosis
  • Joint pain: hip, knee, ankle, fingers, shoulder, neck
  • Digestive disorders: abdominal pain, functional colitis, diarrhea, constipation, bloating, epigastric pain, heavy eructation, gastric reflux
  • Posttraumatic consultations
  • Sleep disorders, depression, depression, depression, anxiety, nervousness, stress

Over the years, the body is subject to transformations that gradually lead to a decrease in all its functions, leading to the appearance of disabilities.

These restrictions can lead to loss of autonomy and isolation, and have a significant psychological and social impact.

Being followed as soon as possible and as regularly as possible by an osteopath allows you to regain and strengthen your functions by working on the general mobility of your body.

Maintaining a good physical and mental state through preventive actions throughout life guarantees a good health. For example, osteopathic treatments improve balance, reduces pain in short and long term and thus contribute to improving quality of life.

When to consult?

  • Back pain: lumbar, dorsal, cervical, herniated disc, disc protrusion
  • Neuralgia: sciatica, cruralgia, cervico-brachial neuralgia, intercostal neuralgia
  • Pelvic pain: sacralgia, coccygodynia (coccyx pain)
  • Functional urinary and anal incontinence
  • Headaches, some dizziness
  • Muscle pain: contractures, cramps, slamming, stiffness, tendonitis
  • Arthrosis, arthritis, osteoporosis
  • Joint pain: hip, knee, ankle, fingers, shoulder, neck
  • Digestive disorders: abdominal pain, functional colitis, diarrhea, constipation, bloating, epigastric pain, heavy eructation, gastric reflux
  • Sleep disorders, depression, depression, depression, anxiety, nervousness, stress

Any mobility loss of joints, muscles, ligaments or visceral system can cause an imbalance in your body. This is manifested to athletes by various symptoms, from simple contracture to chronic pain, altering performances.

Through his specific action on the whole body, the osteopath knows how to recognize and treat the real causes of pain limiting the practice of sports activity.

Through its effectiveness, it improves muscle potential and power, joint flexibility and respiratory capacity. Osteopathic treatment also allows a better concentration before the event and optimizes recovery after the exercise.

When to consult?

  • Prevention: annual review, competition preparation, before the start of an activity, performance improvement
  • Back pain, scoliosis, joint pain
  • History of fracture, sprain, surgery
  • Sprain, tendonitis (tennis or golf elbow, Achilles tendon)
  • Muscle pain: contracture, breakdown, elongation, rupture and disinsertion
  • Pubalgia and adductor pathology (football)
  • Wearing orthopaedic insoles
  • Effort shortness of breath, difficult recovery (between and after the tests)
  • Luxation and periarthritis
  • Post-operative, after a trauma

Of course, pregnancy is not a pathological condition, but it is accompanied by many changes in the body in a short period of time.

However, if this pregnancy occurs while the body is experiencing tensions, dysfunctions or mobility restrictions, adaptation to these changes will be disrupted and pain may appear. The osteopath's goal in this case will be, as always, to reharmonize the patient's body so that it can regain all its adaptive capacities.

For example, rapid weight gain leads to a change in posture that can cause spinal pain, most often lumbar and back pain, sometimes an acute low back pain (lumbago), sciatica or torticollis.

In this case the osteopath works to relax the spasms, decompress and restore the mobility of the joints in pain. Of course, the techniques used are chosen according to the term of the pregnancy and with respect for the comfort of the future mother.

Osteopathy is also useful in the treatment of digestive disorders (nausea, constipation, heaviness) and venous disorders related to pregnancy in order to relieve dysfunctions without taking oral medication contraindicated to pregnant women.

It may also be useful to consult your osteopath at the end of pregnancy to prepare your pelvis for childbirth and prevent the high stress that it will experience when the baby passes through.

When to consult?

DURING PREGNANCY:
  • Prevention: Pregnancy follow-up during the three trimesters, preparation for delivery
  • Back pain: lumbago, sciatica, cruralgia, dorsalgia and neck pain
  • Pelvic pain, tension, sacralgia, coccygodynia
  • Abdominal pain, constipation, bloating, nausea and vomiting, diaphragm contractures
  • Thoracic and intercostal pain
  • Angravism, fatigue, oppression, sleep disorders, depression or depression (baby blues)
  • Headaches and some dizziness
  • Circulatory disorders (phlebitis, heavy legs, water retention, edema)
AFTER THE BIRTH:
  • Prevention: postpartum check-up, preparation for perineal rehabilitation
  • Lumbar and pelvic (sacrum, coccyx and perineum), dorsal and cervical pain
  • Functional urinary and anal incontinence
  • Pain during sexual intercourse
  • Cesarean and epidural (scar work)
  • Baby blues, anxiety, depression, fatigue, stress

Prevention: a guarantee of health


Trauma, whether physical or emotional, old or undetected, can cause painful sequelae even years later.

The osteopath makes everyone aware that they are responsible for their own health, which they can preserve through regular osteopathic follow-up.

Prices and reimbursements for an osteopathic consultation


Prices from Monday to Saturday

CHF 120

Insurance coverage of Osteopathy in case of illness

Basic insurance (LaMal) does not cover Osteopathy. It is reimbursed by the supplementary insurance companies. However, we recommend that you check with your insurance company to ensure that your contract covers Osteopathy.

Contrary to popular belief, in 95% of cases, there is no deductible with your supplementary, only the basic insurance is concerned.

Insurance coverage of Osteopathy in case of an accident

Your accident insurance can cover Osteopathy. However, as the coverage varies from one insurance company to another, we advise you to contact your insurance company directly. The insured will pay for the sessions after each sessions, the same way as for illness.

Insurance covering Osteopathy

We are certified osteopaths: R.M.E (Register of Empirical Medicines), A.S.C.A and especially C.D.S (Commission of Health Directions), with recognition by the Swiss Red Cross.
Today, basic insurance (LaMal) does not cover osteopathic care. On the other hand, supplementary insurance reimburses all or part of the consultations. Do not hesitate to contact your supplementary insurance to find out about the terms of reimbursement.

Make an appointment in one of our Osteopathy Centres


Osteopathy La Colline Champel

9, rue Marignac
1206 Genève
Monday to Saturday from 7:00 to 21:00

022 552 30 30

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Osteopathy La Colline Bellevue

345, route de Lausanne
1293 Bellevue
Monday to Friday from 12:30 to 20:00

022 552 30 31

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Contact

Our team welcomes you by appointment in one of the centres listed opposite.

 

Osteopathy La Colline Champel


9, rue Marignac, 1206 Geneva
022 552 30 30
Monday to Saturday from 7:00 to 21:00

Osteopathy La Colline Bellevue


345, route de Lausanne, 1293 Bellevue
022 552 30 31
Monday to Friday from 12:30 to 20:00