The Geneva Center of Alternative, Integrative and Complementary Medicine
The Geneva Center of Alternative, Integrative and Complementary Medicine in Geneva opened its doors on January 4TH 2022.
We are open 7 days a week, Monday to Sunday, for all routine and specialized consultations, as well as for emergencies every day of the year.
Craniosacral therapy (CST) is a gentle hands-on approach that examines...
For years, acupuncture and other Chinese/East Asian medicine methods have...
A non-invasive treatment that uses acupuncture to enhance skin and...
By increasing the metabolic activities of the cells in the...
Osteopathy involves approaches to ensure the well-being of this system. Osteopathic techniques aim to relieve pain in the musculoskeletal system and ensure the proper functioning of the entire body. There are different techniques that an osteopath can use to treat a patient. It may be a combination of two or more techniques. It may be soft tissue massage, joint manipulation or joint and soft joint mobilization.
Soft osteopathy, tissue osteopathy, myofascial osteopathy or even “soft” osteopathy…The basic principle is to work gently on the tissues and the osteo-muscular and articular areas…
In contrast, there is structural osteopathy or “osteopathy that cracks” by a movement called: “Trust” …
Soft” and “tissue” osteopathy remain complementary techniques, a bit like a mechanic who has several tools at his/her disposal.
Professional Alternative and Complementary Therapy for The LGBTQ Community
We Promote Equality and Acceptance by Creating a Safe Space for all Identities.
The professional practitioner of integrative medicine at The Geneva Center of Alternative, Integrative and Complementary Medicine understand the interconnectedness of the body, the spirit, the mind, and the environment. We also understand the unique challenges faced by the LGBTQ community.
Treatments for All Types of People
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The National Council decides to take complementary medicine into account in the management of pandemics
Promoting salutogenesis and considering complementary medicines.