Everything rests on our feet, starting with the balance of our body. Ensuring this balance is the job of the Colléter-Chauder Office.
Jacques Colléter has always been keen to bring the perfect correction to a bad posture. By studying precisely the posture of the patient. Jacques Colléter was podologist of the French athletics team, in the 90s, is a good example. A runner was suffering from repeated pain? Jacques Colléter installed his daughter Julie, equipped with a video camera, in the trunk of his R5 to follow and film this runner in action on the track of a stadium. Then studying the video of his stride, Jacques Colléter identified the origin of the problem in order to solve it.
It was this taste for research and innovation that persuaded Julie Colléter to follow in her father's footsteps. After working with laboratories manufacturing materials for podiatry, Julie Colléter joined her father in 2000. Together, they continued to progress in the development of analytical tools for the examination. In 2013, Julie Colléter-Chaudet develops a computer-assisted dynamic analysis platform. With the help of a mechatronics company, to perfect the quality of the exam. This patented platform allows to receive all types of patients in the desired configuration.