Healthcare practices are defined as spaces that are suitable and organised for medical practices but also for practices in the wellness sector. The rental of treatment rooms is thus reserved for health and wellness professionals.

Care is a set of actions that a person performs for himself or herself or others to maintain physical and mental health and well-being.

There is therefore a large number of treatments that are defined as medical or wellness.

Renting space for practitioners is one of the most suitable solutions, despite the health crisis, which is not preventing property prices from rising. There are different types of practices and practice rentals. The rental of "conventional" surgeries.

Firstly, we will define the term conventional health care practice. Conventional" care practices can be likened to medical practices, equipped for medical practices.

They are aimed at caregivers from the medical sector such as osteopaths, physiotherapists, general practitioners, etc.

These practices can be more specifically equipped with treatment tables, medical equipment, etc.

The so-called "conventional" rental is the fixed rental of a space. It is a rental with a monthly rent to be paid, plus a building fee. This type of rental is aimed at experienced practitioners with a constant patient base. The rental of "conventional" practices allows practitioners to carry out their activity in the same place and to leave their professional belongings there.

Renting of "flexible" care practices

The "flexible" treatment rooms are spaces equipped with materials that can be adapted to different practices, mainly in the field of well-being. They are intended for practitioners working in the wellness sector: masseurs, sophrologists, psychologists, dieticians, etc.

These practices are generally equipped with massage tables, mats, chairs, etc. The equipment in these practices is general to allow each practice to be carried out without worry.

Flexible renting allows practitioners to use space and pay for the hours they use the space. Prices are very often lower and users benefit from packages.

This type of rental is aimed at wellness practitioners who do not need a medically equipped practice. It is also aimed at young graduates who are developing their clientele/patient base.

Flexible" practice rentals allow practitioners to avoid committing to a fixed location and to try out different practices.

The rental of treatment rooms is divided into several types of rental and tries to meet the needs of everyone. Nevertheless, it would be advantageous to develop flexible practices adapted for medical professions. Professionals in these practices also go through a start-up phase where their patient base is not regular.