KinéOParis' Practices : Physiotherapists and Osteopaths in Paris 9th and Paris 17th)

The KinéOParis' practices located in the heart of the 9th and 17th arrondissments of Paris, welcome you from Monday to Friday from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. to provide you with physiotherapy and osteopathy treatments to improve your functional abilities.

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    Our Practice

    Located in the 9th arrondissement of Paris. Open Monday to Friday from:

    8 a.m. to 8 p.m.

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    Our team

    The team is made up of 3 professionals: 1 Physiotherapist / Osteopath and 2 Physiotherapists

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    Booking

    Appointments are made at +33 (1) 40 37 09 13 or online on the Doctolib platform

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Our Services

The firm has practitioners covering these 3 areas of activity

Patient Reviews

  • Aubin is a very friendly and competent physio. I went to see him for hand rehabilitation following a surgery and he gave me total satisfaction. The practice is very clean.
    Arnaud Burgot
  • Two professionals with a charming welcome, the physiotherapist who received me did not try to make money on the 10 sessions of my prescription because after spending more than an hour with me he told me that my problem did not come from the inner ear. Pleasant welcome, clean office and a clean and nice waiting room. 2 friendly gentlemen who know their job. Located 2 steps from the department stores and the Saint Lazare train station if I had to consult a physiotherapist again, this is the office I would choose without a doubt.
    Nathalie Chemama
  • Very accessible practice, close to the Saint Lazare department stores, clean, functional and welcoming. The physiotherapists are really very professional, sincerely concerned to relieve you; very nice too! It helps to pass the time;
    Patrick THILL
  • Very good experience where you feel taken care of, it's so nice. 1. I found an appointment for vertigo overnight. 2. On the day of the appointment, I was greeted on time by Thomas Cavarle, who created an atmosphere where you feel like trusting him. 3. My symptoms were completely absent at the appointment, the physio did everything he could to make sure he didn't miss it. 4. He asked me to keep him informed a week later, regardless of whether there were symptoms or not. During the call, Mr Cavarle gave me very clear instructions on what to do, all without charging for the time spent. Thank you and I will not hesitate to recommend you and call on you in the future.
    Céline MARTIN

Pathologies

Low back pain

Or "lumbar region pain": this pain can be related to herniated discs...
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Neck pain

Or "Cervical pain". It is often related to poor posture in the thorax.
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Mid back pain

Or "chest pain". Whether they are related to the ribs or the spine itself.
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Sprains

Trauma to a joint: ligaments are stretched too fast and too hard...
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Fractures

A fracture is a broken bone. It may or may not then move: this is called a fracture....
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Dislocations

Dislocation is a phenomenon whereby two pieces of bone lose their contact.
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Scars

We often tend to neglect scar work. However, a scar that is not well...
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Headaches and Migraines

These headaches can be caused by very different factors (prolonged bad posture,
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Stroke sequels

Stroke is an event that results in an inability to vascularise a part of the brain.
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Bronchial drainage

Some conditions such as pneumopathy (formerly pneumonia) or pleurisy...
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Palpate and roll

Between the skin and the deeper layers, there are partitions delimiting pockets of adipose tissue.
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Osteopathic interview

Because you shouldn't wait until you are in pain to get treatment. Walking on two feet ...
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Vestibular Rehabilitation

Vertigo is defined as an illusion of rotational movement without loss of consciousness,
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Our appointments are made online on Doctolib

Our Physiotherapy - Osteopathy practice

The office is located at 94 Rue Saint-Lazare, 75009 Paris on the 2nd floor with elevator.

KinéOParis, physiotherapists and an osteopath in Paris Saint Lazare

The KinéOParis practice welcomes you from Monday to Friday from 8am to 8pm to provide osteopathy and physiotherapy to improve your functional capacities

KinéOParis, the best osteopathic physiotherapists in Paris

The way we work in the practice of osteopathic physiotherapists

KinéOParis is a group of physiotherapists specialised in vestibular rehabilitation, osteopathy and sports physiotherapy. Our aim is to get you back on your feet whatever your age. We bring all our skills and knowledge to your therapy.

Patients often have difficulties in knowing what the difference is between osteopathy and physiotherapy. In truth it is quite simple: osteopathy will release tensions that may exist on muscles, ligaments, fascias or joints through manual techniques. Physiotherapy, on the other hand, will teach you to use your body again through muscle strengthening. Physiotherapy can be done with the help of physiotherapy machines such as ultrasound, Tecartherapy©, shock waves or Lasertherapy©.

Even though physiotherapy is a paramedical profession (subject to a state diploma) and osteopathy is an alternative medical discipline, the two therapies are therefore very complementary.

Joining KinéOParis means being able to constantly switch from one discipline to the other in order to optimise recovery. We establish a preliminary assessment which allows us to know which therapy is best suited to you and then direct you to the most competent therapist to treat your pathology. This way you can recover as quickly as possible.

We are constantly training and are post-graduate trainers in training institutes, which allows us to remain at the forefront of what is done in our disciplines.

The different osteopathic physiotherapists

Becoming a physiotherapist means learning on a 5-year course including a common year with doctors to fight against the deficiencies of patients. This course is sanctioned by a state diploma allowing you to become a health professional. In a rehabilitation center, in hospitals or in private practice, the physiotherapist will manage orthopedic, neurological, respiratory or rheumatological pathologies.

Ayayi AJAVON, founder of the firm, physiotherapist and osteopath, teacher in manual therapy, will know how to determine which is the best treatment to relieve joint pain or muscle tension. Cervical pain (or neck pain) holds no secrets for him and the treatment of the jaw is one of his specialties. Physiotherapist for many top athletes in basketball and football, he has worked for many years with Bemavo Corporation to monitor its athletes.

Thomas CAVARLE, vestibular physiotherapist, works with the latest technologies to treat the symptoms of vertigo. Vertigo is defined as an illusion of rotational movement with neuro-vegetative signs, without loss of consciousness, associated for the most part with a feeling of pseudo-drunkenness. They translate the acute, unilateral or at least asymmetrical deficit of the vestibular sensory input by damage to the labyrinth or the vestibular nerve. They fall within the framework of so-called "vestibular" syndromes that can be individualized as follows: Benign Paroxysmal Positional Vertigo (the famous "crystals in the ear"), vestibular neuritis, Ménière's disease for the best known.

Virtual reality is a very valuable tool now and the use of the rotary chair is essential for therapy.

Member of the French Society of Vestibular Physiotherapy, he has made vestibular rehabilitation his specialty.

Aubin BOUTHENET, physiotherapist, the most focused on scientific research. Passionate about reading articles, he knows everything that has just come out, everything that is effective and everything that has not been shown to be effective in the treatment. Sports activity, equipment, orthopaedics, traumatology or ergonomics, nothing escapes this diligent physiotherapist.

The pathologies treated in the practice of osteopathic physiotherapists

We treat a wide spectrum of pathologies such as ankle or knee sprains, fractures, lymphatic drainage, osteoarthritis pain, neck pain or cervical pain, mid back pain or thoracic pain, lumbago or lower pain back. Physiotherapy is very indicated in the aftermath of surgery and nerve pain.

But some skills of rehabilitation physiotherapists are little known, such as scar work, vestibular rehabilitation to fight against vertigo or respiratory rehabilitation. They are however very efficient in acute as in chronic phase. Finally, ergonomics is an integral part of physiotherapy: we will therefore be at your side to modify your workstation if necessary.

With our osteopath you can treat your migraines, lumbago, digestive disorders or even prepare for your sports competitions.

The geographical location of the osteopathic physiotherapist practice

The KinéOParis practice is located 200 meters from Saint-Lazare station, very accessible by many metro, bus or Vélib lines. Bicycle parking has been installed if you need it and your bike will be in the safe custody of our pleasant caretaker.

Finally, you will have to cross the magnificent inner courtyard to reach us, at the second floor with elevator.

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