Born in Normandie, France, from age of 19 until 26, Mickael devoted himself fully in the pursuit of professional cycling. He was a member of France’s National Road Cycling team in the youth category and become a professional after obtaining his baccalaureate. Through his period of time he participated in international races around the world and was the champion in overall ranking of the Madagascar and Mauritius Tours.
As a professional cyclist, Mickael realised it was a critical to receive good treatment for sports injuries, and was particularly grateful for the support of his chiropractor throughout his practices and competition. It spurred the interest and desire in him to be able to do the same for people suffering from pain and set his ambition towards being a chiropractic doctor. Thereafter, Mickael graduated from Franco-European Institute of Chiropractic (IFEC) in Paris.
Upon obtaining his diploma, he worked in France and in Vietnam (American Chiropractic Clinic) serving athletes, children, adults and seniors.
The experience of his past cycling career is a distinct advantage for Mickael in treating pains and injuries with a deep understanding from the perspective of athletes. For him, the most gratifying rewards in his practice.
He has a holistic approach to optimise the wellbeing of his patients and uses different techniques that adapt to everyone.
Mickael loves travelling and discovering new cultures. During his free time he likes to practice different sports.