An experienced team
Working together for several years, we have treated hundreds of children with KISS syndrome.
We have been treating hundreds of babies/ children over the last 10 years in the Paris region. Faced with the growing demand for care, you have now a new Medical Consultation in Avignon on Thursdays.
Serge LARCHERDoctor - Osteopath
Since 2011, Dr. Larcher and his team treat KISS and also adult babies according to a protocol inspired by the work of Dr. Biederman, a German specialist in this syndrome.See the biography
Osteopath since 1991, he has been working with Dr. Larcher for many years with children with KISS syndrome ...See the biography
Osteopath since 2014, he has been working with Dr. Larcher for many years with children with KISS syndrome ...See the biography
Osteopath since 2012, he has been working with Dr. Larcher for many years with children with KISS syndrome ...See the biography
Osteopath since 2019, he works with Dr. Larcher and his team...See the biography
Our intention is to provide lasting relief and cure for children with KISS syndrome by proposing a proven protocol (inspired by the work of Dr. Biedermann, recognized German specialist), respectful of the rhythm of the child but also by giving parents the keys to necessary understanding for healing their child.
The manipulation performed in respect of the physiology and anatomy of the baby is different from that practiced on adults and presents no risk. It is a side manipulation and not torsion which although impressive does not present any danger. This is the only way to cure babies with Kiss Syndrome.
Each member of the health care team shares the same values:
- Quality of care
- Respect for the child
The professionals of our team (doctors and osteopaths) who are involved in the care of children with KISS syndrome are passionate about their profession. They all have their respective offices and are thus available 1 day a week to treat these children.
"Nature did a perfect job. If one restores a body perfectly by rebalancing its structures, food and rest alone are needed to help nature to do the rest."