Clinical cases of patients treated with Allyane
Neuromotor reprogramming at the heart of the Allyane method
Allyane combines a diagnostic assessment of motor inhibitions with proprioception work and listening to low-frequency sounds, enabling patients to quickly and effectively regain their motor skills following surgery, traumatic and/or neurological pathologies. Watch a video of some of the clinical cases of patients treated with our neuromotor reprogramming method.
Clinical case n°1 : Limitation of shoulder amplitude in a patient
Clinical picture: In this case report, the patient in question has undergone 2 operations on the right shoulder, following a total rupture of the cuff. Functional impotence without anatomical abnormalities was observed, as well as a severe limitation with significant compensations and associated pain.
Functional rehabilitation of the shoulder may be required following calcification, capsulitis, osteoarthritis or surgery. The Allyane neuromotor reprogramming method is an ideal treatment solution for this type of pathology, not least because it enables patients to quickly regain their initial motor skills.
Clinical case 2: Algodystrophy in a patient
Clinical picture: This clinical case presents a patient suffering from algodystrophy following surgery on the right hand, elbow and shoulder.
The movement of the hand involves a large part of the brain, as demonstrated by Penfield mapping. However, these everyday gestures can be affected by various pathologies. These include
- neurological damage: this can occur following a stroke, spinal cord injury, carpal tunnel syndrome, Dupuytren's disease or surgery;
- degenerative diseases (osteoarthritis, rheumatism, Parkinson's disease, etc.).
These pathologies can lead to motor inhibitions that need to be overcome, so that the patient can quickly regain good motor skills in the wrist and hand.
Clinical case 3: Walking difficulties after knee surgery
Clinical picture: This case presents a patient with a knee prosthesis, having undergone patella surgery. She had difficulty walking up and down stairs.
The Allyane neuromotor reprogramming method speeds up the rehabilitation of patients suffering from knee pathologies or following surgery. The Allyane method can also be used in the pre-operative phase, to enhance the return to motor skills after surgery.
Clinical case 4: Gait disorder and pelvic imbalance
Clinical picture: In this case, the patient suffers from a tibia-fibula fracture and degenerative disc disease. These pathologies lead to gait disorders and pelvic imbalance.
By working on pelvic stability and posture, the Allyane neuromotor reprogramming method provides effective treatment for patients suffering from lameness, hip pathologies and gait disorders.
Clinical case 5: Knee flessum
Clinical picture: The patient highlighted in this clinical case presents with flessum, developed following knee surgery. This results in an altered gait pattern and cyclops syndrome.
The Allyane neuromotor reprogramming method can be used to treat patients following surgery or traumatic pathologies, but also as part of reathletization for sports patients, enabling them to return to their best level as quickly and efficiently as possible.
Clinical case 6: Treatment of the levator pedis muscle
Clinical picture: This clinical case highlights a patient suffering from sciatica, engendered by sequelae of the levator muscle of the foot.