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Emmanuelle has always had a great interest in the well-being and development of children, the world of sport and sports medicine.
She is a former high-level martial arts athlete (a member of the French judo team since 1995, BE 1st degree, and in taekwondo from 2001 to 2006, BE 1st degree), and has always tried to combine her studies with her two passions: sports and children.
Thus, Emmanuelle holds two master's degrees (in Sports Management and in Physical Preparation Engineering) which allowed her to perfect her knowledge of athletes and their environment. Amongst other things, she covered the French taekwondo team at the Olympic Games in Athens and was very involved in the monitoring of young elite athletes in the France taekwondo and judo training centers.
Emmanuelle then received her diploma as a massage kinesitherapist, which had been her primary goal. As a perfectionist and dynamic person, she is open to innovative experiences and challenges.
Then, while monitoring teams of young elite athletes and working at her clinic, she obtained her diploma as an osteopath to perfect her knowledge and have an additional approach to the patients. Since graduating, she has worked with the French rhythmic and artistic gymnastics team at INSEP (she was involved in monitoring and preparation for the 2012 Olympic Games in London and the 2016 games in Rio), with the French junior and senior kendo teams (monitoring and preparation for the European and World Championships from 2012 to 2018), as well as with the iFLY PARIS skydiving team (tunnel and outdoor formation skydiving from 2012 to 2018), which gave her the opportunity to travel a lot. She was also in charge of the paramedical coverage at various events like the Nice IRONMAN, the Nice-Cannes Marathon, and various ultra-trail races.
These experiences allowed her to acquire work and master the management of a multidisciplinary team as well as perfect her knowledge in developing and escorting young, and even very young, athletes.
Emmanuelle then specialized in the osteopathic approach of the infant, from the first hours of life to adulthood. She worked as a massage kinesitherapist at a clinic specializing in genetic diseases in children and statics disorders in adolescents. She has taken several courses and is a teaching assistant in pediatric osteopathy and emergency osteopathy at the CFPCO training center, where she teaches a course titled Sports Osteopathy: One Sport, One Pathology, One Treatment.
Her love of interacting with people and her knowledge are valuable experiences that allow her to best meet the needs of her patients, from the youngest one to the oldest. Looking for the causes of pain or discomfort and seeking to do her best, Emmanuelle adapts her approach and treatment so that her patients can obtain lasting relief. She mainly combines musculoskeletal, neuro-meningeal, fascial, visceral and cranial techniques depending on the general state of health of the patient, his/her expectations and the reason for the consultation.
In addition to these professional activities, Emmanuelle is active in judo, CrossFit, golf, triathlon and is a scuba diving instructor.