April 2012, opening of the Permanence Ostéopathique de la Gare (POG) (the Osteopathic clinic at the railway station), at Chemin de Mornex, in Lausanne.
A few months later, we moved to Avenue de la Gare, and in 2016 we finally ended up in our current location on Place de la Gare.
As of January 2017, we offer walk-in consultations.
November 2017, we open a branch in Rue du Mont-Blanc, at the Geneva train station.
June 2018, we change our name to Osteo 7/7 to clarify what we are: osteopaths and we are open seven days a week.
We started off as three friends who made the decision to build a centre for consultations every day of the year with the main goal of providing people in need with rapid and simple care, hence the term “at the station.”
Gradually, we also became a training centre for newly qualified osteopaths to be supervised and prepared for the inter-cantonal diploma.
Since 2017, we have also been training students from the University of Applied Sciences in Fribourg in the clinic.
Currently, some of our osteopaths have specific areas of expertise, such as gynaecology, obstetrics, paediatrics, occlusodontics, and sports and artistic creativity disorders.