Physiothérapie Cornavin


The Cabinet Physiothérapie Cornavin welcomes you at the Geneva Cornavin train station in a dynamic environment accessible to handicapped patients.

Rue des Gares 9
1201 Genève

Opening hours

Monday – Friday – 8:00 am – 7:00 pm
Saturday – 9:00 am – 1:00 pm
Sunday — Closed

We are health professionals

With a multidisciplinary approach for a global care of your body, we are committed to respond quickly to your requests for care

To benefit from a refined diagnosis with optimal efficiency, come and try our complementary therapies


Orthopaedic physiotherapy treats all dysfunctions of the musculoskeletal structure of the body. This therapy is essential to define the origin of the patient’s pain and to identify …


In orthopaedic physiotherapy, kinesio-taping is a complementary treatment to the classical manipulations carried out during the session. Kinesio-taping consists of …


Trauma physiotherapy complements orthopaedic physiotherapy and treats injuries caused by accidents, whether as a treatment for a physical injury or as a …


Neurological physiotherapy contributes to the well-being of people with Parkinson’s disease or stroke. It improves their …


Lymphatic physiotherapy reduces swelling by activating the body’s lymphatic system to help it drain excess fluid.


Respiratory physiotherapy uses manual techniques to maintain or improve the respiratory capacity of patients suffering from upper or lower respiratory tract pathologies, such as asthma, bronchitis, …

Complementary therapies

For a refined diagnosis
and optimum efficiency

We are trained and qualified for these gentle therapies and will soon graduate in osteopathy. The use of these different techniques and approaches allow us to refine the diagnosis of our patients’ body dysfunction and are complementary tools to physiotherapy to treat certain pathologies.


Foot reflexology is a technique that comes from Chinese medicine. It has been used for centuries. This gentle therapy is based on the principle that the foot …


From the skull to the sacrum via the spine, a continuous flow of fluid travels from the brain to the spinal cord. If the rhythm of the flow is disturbed…