Allyane, the innovative solution for the treatment of neuromotor disorders

The innovative Allyane method is based on a combination of proprioception,mental imagery and low-frequency sound. This neuromotor reprogramming solution enables your patients to quickly and effectively regain their everyday gestures.

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Motor inhibitions: a major challenge in patient management

Scientifically documented under the term AMI (Arthrogenic Muscle Inhibition), neuromotor inhibitions define the impediments to movement induced by motor or gestural control in the brain. These inhibitions result from two main causes:

  • The traumatic cause: ankle instability, lameness, muscle weakness, limitation of amplitude of the upper limb;
  • The central cause: when the brain has been directly affected (neurological pathologies, after a stroke, Parkinson's disease or multiple sclerosis).

The consequences of a neuromotor disorder

Weaknesses in muscle activation ;

Functional deficits ;

Delays and difficulties in rehabilitation.

The Allyane method removes motor inhibitions and provides effective support to help patients regain their motor skills.

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How does the Allyane method work?

The Allyane method is based on 3 pillars:

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Work on motor skills ;

Mental imagery work ;

Listening to low frequency sounds

The devices

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Alphabimove®: a new-generation low-frequency sound generator

The latest version of Allyane's Alphabimove® medical device is an integral part of the neuromotor reprogramming method. In particular, it enables you to manage your sessions thanks to its specific software, which includes your patient's history and anamnesis information (photos and videos). It can also be used to create automatic reports, and can integrate complementary software, EMG data processing software and a dynamometer.

The Alphabimove® offers unparalleled sound quality and purity.

Our medical device can be operated via software integrated into an iPad.

It also has a wireless remote control.

The Alphabimove® comes with a mobile column for easy use.

The Alphabox®: low-frequency sound generator

The Alphabox® is a low frequency sound generator. It produces two types of sounds, aimed at achieving different therapeutic objectives:

  • Pulsed sounds, to allow the patient to go into alpha mode;
  • Associated sounds, to activate the patient's motor areas.

This medical device was developed and designed in France by the creators of the Allyane rehabilitation method.

The Alphabox® emits sound signals in specific sequences so that the patient reaches alpha mode, i.e. the change in his or her state of alertness, in order to be able to record the new neuromotor programme and fix its storage.

The Alphabox® low-frequency sound transmitter is protected by a patent issued by the INPI, which has been extended to the European PCT and international level.

Our medical device has undergone extensive electrical safety and electromagnetic compatibility testing to ensure reliability, signal reproducibility and safety in use.

Devices designed and developed in France

At Allyane our priority is to act in favour of patient care, while limiting our impact on the environment and favouring local products.

We are proud to design and manufacture our two low frequency sound generators (Alphabox® & Alphabimove®) in France, and more particularly in the Auvergne Rhône Alpes region, with our partners Innovel, Atoplast & AB Designer. The Alphabimove® is also made from recyclable materials.

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Integrate neuroscience into your daily practice

Discover our professional training courses to become a certified Allyane practitioner.

The Allyane training includes :

  • A 4-day certification course
  • An Alphabox® or Alphabimove® low-frequency medical sound device
  • Personalized follow-up (practical and clinical monitoring, exchanges with a learning community, participation in an annual seminar)

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Read their testimonials

  • It is a new approach that is very interesting to practice and very rewarding at the end of the session!

    The Allyane method allows me to unblock certain situations or to gain time in others in order to reach the goal. I consider the method as complementary to my practice, sometimes indispensable. It is a new approach that is very interesting to practice and very gratifying at the end of the session!

    Jean-Marie Bouvard Physiotherapist (MKDE) & Osteopath D.O

  • It is a fast and efficient method

      When I saw the results, I said to myself that Allyane had to be the future. It's a fast, effective method for removing motor inhibitions which I couldn't work on without the Allyane method. Without it, I'd be facing a therapeutic limit and a loss of opportunity for the patients and athletes I follow.

    Timothé Giordano Osteopath D.O

  • I strongly recommend the

      The method's contribution to my practice is growing and will become increasingly essential. I highly recommend the method to all therapists wishing to strengthen and sustain the effectiveness of their treatment.

    Yvan Butscha Physiotherapist (MKDE)

  • Thanks to the method, my biotechnical analysis is more refined

      Thanks to the method, my biotech analysis is more refined, and I'm able to help certain patients I wasn't able to help before. By doing Allyane sessions, I feel I'm doing quality work, during which I consider the patient as a whole.

    Laurent Ferreol Physiotherapist, osteopath D.O.

  • A new approach to care

      I wanted to take a step into rehabilitative care

    Thierry Blandin Physiotherapist (MKDE)

  • A solution to save time in rehabilitation

      This method is a new opportunity for people whose rehabilitation takes a long time, but also a time-saving solution for long and difficult treatments, such as retractile capsulitis. It's a new tool - and what a tool! - for our practice.

    Franck Archimbaud Physiotherapist (MKDE)

  • A new tool for my practice

      Overall, I can say that Allyane is a new tool in my practice. It's particularly precise and intellectually very interesting.

    Jean-Baptiste Colombié Physiotherapist (MKDE) and sports trainer


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The Allyane method in the press

Would you like to know more about the results of the sessions of patients in functional rehabilitation, as well as the benefits of our solution for movement professionals?

Discover the articles, press reports and scientific publications published about the Allyane method of treating neuromotor disorders.