Luc D’ASNIERES DE VEIGY
Physiotherapist / Director
Being a former international gymnastics, he particularly studied the “technical pathology” of the gymnasts’ upper limb. As a co-founder of the Society for Surgical Implants for the upper limb, he has gained experience on the pyrolytic and post-surgical evaluation. With over than 10 years of practice in musculo-skeletal ultrasound, he has a great experience in the field of shoulder clinical and physical assessment.
* Member of the French Society of Shoulder Rehabilitation
* Member of the European Society for Shoulder and Elbow Rehabilitation
* Laureat of the “Institut de France” (French institution) and the “Agence Nationale de valorisation de la
recherche” (national research promotion agency)
* Member of the French Society of hand & upper limb rehabilitation
Passionate about sports and health, he logically carries on with his studies in the European School of Physiotherapy and Rehabilitation of Louvain la Neuve (Belgium) to become a Sport physiotherapist.
His thesis, « the muscular ratio (transversus / multifidus) in chronic low back pain » pushes him to develop an expertise on both the spine and the lower limbs.
In 2006, he joins the Monte-Carlo Joint Repair clinic, specialized in shoulder therapy, completes and develop an expertise in spinal pain management, as long as hip, knee and ankle rehabilitation.
He is also graduates in musculoskeletal Ultrasonography (SONOSITE, LONDON) and becomes a member of the French society for the shoulder rehabilitation (SFRE) in 2007.
* Member of The French Society of Shoulder Rehabilitation
* Certificate of osteo-articular echoscopy Sonosite (London)
She created her practice in Nice, diploma in sports physiotherapy, she directs her practice in the care of the sportsman.
Her expertise in musculoskeletal ultrasound brings her naturally to be interested in the rehabilitation of the upper limb.
After training as an observer at Pr Boileau she decides to integrate the clinic Montecarlo-Joint-Repair very oriented on the price in charge of pathologies of the upper limb.
Thomas VAN KLAVEREN
He then became an active junior member of Eurospine, the European Spine society, and learns an interprofessional approach to spine care, the assessment and diagnosis of spinal pain, the management of spinal deformities (scoliosis, etc…), the prevention of disability.
He logically joins Monte-Carlo Joint Repair in 2014, where he improves his diagnostic and technics on the peripheral joints, especially the shoulder.
A two years diploma in musculo-skeletal ultrasound (Queen Mary University, London) helps him sharpening his diagnostic skills.
His rigorous approach leads him to validate a certificate in Perinatal and pediatric osteopathy in Paris (OPP) and joins the European Research Society in Perinatal and Pediatric Osteopathy (SEROPP).