David Touré, osteopath and certified Allyane practitioner, talks about the contribution of the method in his daily practice and the interest of training as an osteopath.
Why did you train in the method?
I wanted to do post-graduate training as many osteopaths and physiotherapists can do. I didn't know where to turn and when I discovered Allyane, it pointed me towards posture.
It is indeed an innovation that allows us to treat all the motor automatisms and to work on the posture. This biomechanical aspect reassured me.
Why did you feel concerned by the method?
What was interesting as an osteopath is that we see a lot of different cases in our practice. And this is especially postural problems. We try to regulate them but in osteopathy we can't always treat them. With Allyane we can have a lot of action on the posture.
So we can work on posture and change posture patterns in the long term, and that's what's so interesting!
What does the Allyane method bring to your daily practice?
First of all, you have to keep in mind that when you train with the Allyane method, you will review many things. Especially in anatomy and biomechanics. So it has given me confidence in the diagnoses I make with patients, as well as a slightly broader vision and a better understanding of the pathologies we encounter in the office.
What does the Allyane method contribute to your patient care?
Often, as osteopaths or physiotherapists, we are confronted with frustration about the treatment. Indeed, we sometimes realise that we have reached the end of the treatment.
When we do not make any more progress in rehabilitation we are a bit frustrated. We don't know what to offer the patient as an alternative to continue the treatment.
It is true that Allyane is an alternative solution. It is part of the reeducational pathway and allows for comprehensive care.
Why would you recommend your fellow osteopaths to train?
The Allyane method makes it possible, rather than to redirect, to take charge of all patients from start to finish with, for example, shoulder mobility problems that are not necessarily mechanical but affect motor inhibitions.
With Allyane, we learn to know and recognise inhibition better, to see how it is expressed. We can then propose a solution to the patient.
To take care of the patient from start to finish, to better understand and know the treatment of pathologies. It is very interesting to train! It allows you to broaden your skills and knowledge, so it's quite stimulating and interesting.
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