We are committed to providing high-quality anesthesia services to our partners, and to ensuring your safety, comfort, and well-being. We will listen to your concerns and provide you with clear and detailed information about your medical care.


Before each anesthesia procedure and a few days before the surgery, the anesthesiologist will welcome you for a consultation on site or organize a phone call to prepare you for the procedure and inform you about the different types of anesthesia recommended for the surgery.

Different types of anesthesia

Anesthesia is the suppression of sensation. It aims to enable a medical procedure that would otherwise be too painful. Depending on the planned procedure, different types of anesthesia are offered and used: general, regional, and combined anesthesia.

pain therapy

Our pain therapy center offers multidisciplinary treatment for acute post-operative and chronic pain.

Depending on the cause of the pain, we offer a range of therapies to treat various pain syndromes, either as a supplement or as an alternative to pharmaceutical treatment.

Our team will support you at every stage of your treatment in a welcoming and attentive atmosphere.


This diagnostic and/or therapeutic treatment involves injecting medication into the patient's painful area.


Treatment with intravenous infusions of low-dose analgesics is effective in lowering the pain threshold.

Neural therapy

This therapeutic and diagnostic procedure uses injections of local anesthetics at specific points in the nervous system to relieve or cure acute or chronic pain and other medical conditions.

Medical massages

Treatment focusing on targeted massage techniques for functional disorders of the musculo-skeletal system. It can be used to treat pain in the spine, joints and muscles.

TENS (Transcutaneous Electrical Nerve Stimulation)

A small, portable device connected to the body by patches at specific points. By means of electrical stimulation, certain types of pain can be relieved or reduced.

Denervation by cryotherapy 

The procedure involves freezing and thus destroying the peripheral nerves that transmit pain information to the brain. After a test infiltration with local anesthetic in the corresponding nerves, this procedure can be offered, with long-term benefits.


Certaines plantes sont capables de sécréter des molécules aux propriétés thérapeutiques. Utilisées en synergie, elles peuvent être d’un grand soutien dans la gestion des douleurs chroniques. Lors d’une consultation d’antalgie, vous avez la possibilité d’être conseillé par une aromathérapeute, qui vous proposera, dans un cadre médical, un accompagnement dans la gestion des vos douleurs.


Foot reflexology is a technique that reduces stress and stimulates the body's various organ systems. Foot reflexology massage is not used to treat or diagnose a medical condition but stimulates the body's self-healing powers and leads to profound relaxation.


This Chinese therapeutic method consists of treating a person by regulating the flow of energy in the body through the stimulation of specific points and the use of fine needles.

Meridian therapy

The term "meridians" comes from traditional Chinese medicine and refers to the body's energy pathways. The aim of this therapy is to balance the energy between the meridians through stimulation, in addition to obtaining information about the general state of the patient's body.

Qi Gong

Medical Qi Gong involves the delivery of care through therapeutic touch and/or regular physical exercise, breathing and focusing. This approach is reputed not only to heal, but also to release tension and stimulate vital energy.


Medical hypnosis is a technique designed to induce a modified state of consciousness, practiced with the aim of relieving, and managing pain, particularly chronic pain.


Our company offers certified anesthesia training courses for healthcare professionals. Please do not hesitate to contact us for further information at info@anesthesiasa.ch

BLS AED SRC (Basic Life Support)

A course dedicated to the application of the main reanimation techniques for both adults and children, aimed at perfecting your theoretical knowledge and reinforcing your practical skills.

Veins and infusions

A course to help you acquire the knowledge you need to perform the gestures required to establish venous access or carry out intramuscular and subcutaneous injections.