Years ago, Chloé was looking for a new challenging adventure, so she moved to Calgary to enjoy the wide open space and the mountains.
Chloé has been in practice for over 10 years after graduating with honours from the six-year program at the Institut Supérieur d’Ostéopathie of Lyon in France. Her introduction to Osteopathy started at an early age with some treatment, and she “magically” got better–or at least that’s what she thought at the time! Her curiosity led her to study what really goes on during an Osteopathic treatment. Helping patients feel better and bringing them to the path of health seemed like the most rewarding job in the world, using her brain, hands, and heart at the same time!
Chloé has expertise in a wide range of techniques: gentle hands-on work, Cranio-sacral therapy (Cranial Osteopathy), visceral manipulation, muscle work, and joint mobilizations. Her depth of skill in many Osteopathic techniques helps her resolve some of her patients’ most complex health conditions and adapt each treatment to the patient’s specific needs. Chloé is always up for a challenge!
Helping patients recover and get better is like a game of Clue: in order to assist them, an Osteopathic therapist has to find the cause of the patient’s symptoms. The body has all the information stored in, and so we just have to train our hands to read it properly.
In the different clinics she has worked in, treating babies and kids, mothers, migraine sufferers, patients involved in terrible car accidents or falls, workaholic entrepreneurs, as well as athletes, her patients have experienced a significant decrease in their pain and have benefited from her holistic treatment and her advice on lifestyle, posture, exercises, relaxation, breathing, and dietary recommendations.
Chloé is passionate about Osteopathy and believes that learning is a lifelong journey. That is why she keeps adding to her toolbox to improve her skills in order to help as many patients as possible, which leads her to further her education by Biodynamic Osteopathy both in the United States and in Europe a few times each year.
Chloé is taking a special interest in treating babies and children, which is leading her, after doing a pediatric post-graduate program in Oregon, to further it even more with a six-year part-time, post-graduate program in Pediatrics in Switzerland, and Germany.
Chloé can be reached directly by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org