I have decided to become an osteopath after scientific studies in preparatory classes (engineering and veterinary french selective classes) at the Lycée Fermat (Toulouse, France). I graduated in 2014 from the Centre Européen d'Enseignement Supérieur de l’Ostéopathie de Lyon, 5-full-years curses in osteopathy with the agreement of the Health Administration in France, after an Erasmus student exchange program at the Escola d’Osteopatia de Barcelona(Spain). Then I have begun to work, becoming a collaborator in a clinic in Toulouse with Jean-Paul Orliac, and practicing in Perpignan too, in particular with CrossFit athletes.
During my first year of practice a a professional, we made a team for a medical camp, in order to organize a medical volunteer trek in Nepal. We went there for a month with the association Ostéopathie Solidarité Développement.
In 2016, aiming at introducing osteopathy among public health services, in particular for the firemen, we have co-created a position for osteopaths in the health and medical rescue service with the head physician of firemen for the SDIS 66and two colleagues.
After these experiences, while still practicing osteopathy, I have undertaken a Master of Science in biomechanics at the University of Lyon, aware that as osteopaths in France, we needed more research and acknowledgement as evidence-based medicine. Then I have been admitted in a research team, from the Research institute in Biomechanics of Lyon, France (LBMC), and have created a testing protocol using elastography for the recoil osteopathic technic, in order to achieve my internship for the Master. I graduated from the Master in 2017 and stayed in a collaboration with the biomechanics lab in Lyon where I did my internship, to continue the research projects that we started about elastography, osteopathy and fascia.
In 2018, I have been hired for one year at Ostéo 7-7, an osteopathic permanency in Switzerland (Geneva and Lausanne), to carry on my evolution as a clinician, being part of a dynamic team, practicing with a lot of patients, and continuing my education among my Swiss colleagues. After more than 10 years of education and professional experiences, I have decided to come back in the south of France to create there my own structure, Osteo-FasciaConnection. While launching my clinic, I spent several months in a perinatal office with midwives and colleagues specialized in babies osteopathic practice, to continue my education in pediatrics and get an immersion in the world of parenthood. I also got the opportunity to have my first experience as a teacher at the osteopathic school of Toulouse (ITO) at the end of 2019. Now I wish to share my osteopathic practice with as much people as possible, coming from all these experiences and meetings, linked with osteopathy and fascia.