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11b Avenue Generale de Gaulle, 06240 Beausoleil

11b Avenue Generale de Gaulle, Beausoleil

Beausoleil / Monaco Clinic

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Getting there

Parking

St Charles 100 metres (free for 1 hr)

Belle Epoque 90 metres (free for 1 hr)

Liberation 90 metres (free for 1 hr)

There is street parking outside the office, free for 30 mins.

Walking from the port

Follow the road around the port direction Casino/Italy. When you enter the pedestrian tunnel, take the lift to the Casino…

From the Monte Carlo Casino/ Casino Square
With the Casino directly behind you walk north to the tourist information building. Opposite this is the Passagerie de l’ Ancienne Poterie, go up here and cross the Boulevard de la Princess Charlotte, in front of you to your right is a sign saying Beausoleil, walk up here past the bank, at the pharmacie, turn left walk 60 metres and you come to a T junction with another pharmacie on the corner also with steep steps in the middle.
This is Avenue du General de Gaulle, with steps in front of you turn right, there is a health food shop on this corner, pass this shop, the patisserie next to it and then another 60 metres along here after the vets, and the hairdresser is Us !! note we are 11b   not 11.

Walking from the train station

Follow the signs to Beausoleil whilst in the station, go across the tracks, in the lifts and up the escalator. Once outside facing the sea, turn left and cross the road as the pavement disappears, pass the Novatel Hotel, keep on the same road, Avenue Princess Charlotte. Pass the British Car Co on the opposite side of the road and continue. Cross the road and keep straight on till you come to the cafe La Cremaillere and the sign saying Beausoleil, walk up here past the bank, at the pharmacie, turn left walk 60 metres and you come to a T junction with another pharmacie on the corner also with steep steps in the middle.
This is Avenue du General de Gaulle, with steps in front of you turn right, there is a health food shop on this corner, pass this shop, the patisserie next to it and then another 60 metres along here after the vets, and the hairdresser is Us !! note we are 11b   not 11.

Bus routes

The nearest bus stop is La Cremaillere, route 2, this is at the sign saying Beausoleil from there follow the directions written from the Railway station

The other bus stops at Casino Square, follow direction listed from the port

Bus Route 1 red
St Roman from the Port to Casino Square
Bus Route 2 blue
Jardin Exotique from the Port to la Cremaillere
Bus Route 6 green
Larvotto from the Port to Casino Square

Wheelchair access?

This clinic is fully accessible. Please let us know in advance what assistance we can offer. We may need to use a different treatment room depending on your level of mobility and portability, and that needs to be booked ahead of time.

For Home/Yacht call outs – 04 93 96 50 88

Who is working in Monaco?

Aurélie

Aurélie

Osteopath

Aurélie Babey MSc CAT 

Aurélie joined the team in 2018 after graduating from the University College of Osteopathy (previously known as The British School of Osteopathy) with a Master’s in Science in Osteopathy.

 Aurélie is also a Certified Athletic Therapist CAT©. Athletic Therapists adhere to the Sports Medicine Model of Care. We treat a wide variety of patients from the athlete suffering/recovering from a concussion to the senior citizen that is recovering from a hip surgery. Our goal is to ensure that all patients return to their level of activities whether it may be competitive sports or simply going to work. Athletic Therapy has enabled Aurélie to specialise in the assessment and rehabilitation of musculoskeletal sports injuries.

 Through her work experience, Aurélie has combined both professions to ensure each patient is treated as an individual, receives treatment plans tailored to their needs and she always sends her patients home with a few exercises to further benefit them. This also allows each patient to take charge of their rehabilitation and notice improvements.

 Aurélie’s continuing education includes a specialisation in paediatric osteopathy to allow our tiny humans to receive the best care from the very start of their lives. Issues that may arise include but are not limited to; reflux, colics, nasal congestion, coughs, torticollis or any muscle pains. Early osteopathic intervention may prevent the tiny humans to feel any discomfort, to prevent spinal/ musculoskeletal imbalances during growth and to ensure their happy and healthy growth!

Rachael

Rachael

Osteopath / Founder

Rachael Dickens BA Hons,  BSc Ost Hons

Rachael moved to France in 2001 and set up the clinics.

Being an osteopath is her second career, she used to be a publisher within the Daily Mail Group. But after an accident at the age of 28 where she suffered from a broken back which left her (temporarily) paralysed she was taken to see an osteopath and had the ‘carried in, walked out’ moment that led her to change careers, go back to her third University and study another 5 years to be able to ‘Do to someone, what someone did to me’
During her time in France Rachael co founded the pre cursor to the ‘Osteos du Coeur’ a charity which enables those from modest incomes to access free osteopathic health care. During her stint as President of this charity, she was voted as the PACA regions’ Woman of the Year’ (Prix de Femmes) and flown to Paris to be honoured as the top ten women who had made a difference to their community. The first British woman to be so honoured.

Rachael has raised over 100k for a UK charity for wounded veterans and sits on the committee as the medical lead.  Supporting Wounded Veterans.

She loves working as an osteo and her energy is impressive. Although she has less clinic time these days she is usually to be found plotting and planning the future of the clinics, helping other businesses as a mentor, adopting dogs, or kayaking.

Her family secret is that she was swapped at birth. An incident that her family still tease her about to this day. She was mixed up with an Indian baby, and neither family noticed the difference!

 

 

Romain

Romain

Osteopath

Romain Almirall BSc Ost

Romain joined our team in 2010 and now works in our Antibes Office
He is the hardest working member of our team because he owns an osteopathic clinic in Marseille and at weekends and Monday mornings he works there too.

He is uber fit and a keen sportsman. Because of his history of playing competitive tennis he is really interested in sports injuries as he has seen and experienced most of them.

Romains biggest and darkest secret is that he was on the National French team for Ballroom Dancing. He maintains that he only did this through parental pressure and that the positive side was that it enabled him to be highly sought after with the opposite sex. !!!

Romain has won the accolade of being the osteo that talks the most!, and he has very stiff competition from the girls. Patients refer to him as ‘the chatty one’.

Michel

Michel

Doctor

Michel is bilingual  and dual national, English & French. He is registered with both the Conseil de l’Ordre in France and the General Medical Council in the UK.
Michel is an Approved Doctor to certify seafarers and has his Maritime Medical qualification. He is Approved on behalf of the NMA