The Physiotherapy Centre is situated within Hirslanden Clinique La Colline in the Champel district of Geneva.
With a friendly, stimulating atmosphere, a highly qualified team with a wide range of specialties and state-of-the-art equipment, everything is done to help you return to your daily, professional or sporting activities.
The mission of the centre is to offer its patients personalised service and unique expertise based on the most recent scientific knowledge, thus allowing patients to return to their activities under the very best conditions.
Geoffrey Willems, the head physiotherapist, created the Physiotherapy Centre in 2012. He leads a dynamic and experienced team.
Our team has established itself as the key player in the field of rehabilitation and physical re-adaptation in Geneva.
Today, our centre is in full development as we create one of the largest networks of re-adaptation centres in Geneva. In addition to the Physiotherapy Centre we will soon also be able to serve you in Veyrier.
Missions and values
The mission of La Colline Re-education and Physiotherapy Centre is to offer its patients personalised service and unique expertise based on the most recent scientific knowledge, thus allowing patients to return to their activities under the very best conditions.
La Colline Re-education and Physiotherapy Centre welcomes you for all types of treatment :
- For out-patient care in our premises at 76A avenue de la Roseraie, as well as 6 avenue de Beau Séjour for pool re-education.
- For in-patient care at the Clinique La Colline
We do our utmost to :
- provide you with specific treatment fully adapted to your case
- enrol you in care as soon as possible
- guarantee care that is at the forefront of advances in our profession thanks to our top quality ongoing training programmes
- accommodate you in a comfortable and pleasant setting.
Physiotherapy cases managed at our centre are fully reimbursed by most health insurance or basic accident insurance plans. This means that our services are available to all external patients.
The centre is accessible to people with reduced mobility.