Treatment of hip lameness, post-operative and other gait disorders

Hip lameness: what causes it?

Lameness is a difficulty in walking caused by instability during the passage of the step. There are three main causes of lameness:
  • Analgesic: the pain causes the patient to avoid taking the step.
  • Muscular insufficiency: often due to damage to the gluteus medius.
  • Unequal length of the lower limbs.

What are the different hip conditions that can cause lameness?

They are diverse and varied, including :
  • Neurological damage (paralysis, hemiplegia following a stroke, etc.)
  • Traumatic injuries (fractures, sprains, etc.)
  • Surgery after-effects (hip prostheses, ligamentoplasties, etc.)
Regardless of the hip condition that may be causing a walking lamenessdiscover an effective solution with the Allyane, neuromotor reprogramming.

What can be the consequences of lameness?

Lameness has major repercussions from a functional point of view: it reduces a person's walking range and thus their independence, and it also has repercussions on simple activities of daily living and on social life.

Hip lameness and Allyane method

The Allyane method allows you to work effectively on the stability of the pelvis, in particular by working on the recruitment of the gluteus medius, an essential muscle in the frontal stability of the pelvis. It also allows to have a perennial action on the posture of the person. In lameness and more generally in hip pathologies, it is essential to work on 3 axes:
  • Maintain maximum mobility at the hip.
  • Fighting the pain that leads to lameness
  • Work on the stability of the pelvis

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The Allyane method

Addressed motor difficulties

Find below the other pathologies treated by the Allyane method.

Shoulder pathology

The Allyane method can also be used to treat shoulder disorders, including the after-effects of capsulitis, shoulder instability (which can occur following a dislocation or subluxation), as well as disorders related to postoperative effects (amplitude deficit, etc.).

Knee pathology

Our method of neurological and motor rehabilitation allows for the effective treatment of traumatic traumatic knee pathologies, such as recurrence of sprains, cruciate ligaments knee prostheses, patellofemoral syndrome or knee flessum.

Elbow pathology

Certain elbow pathologies can also be treated with Allyane's physical medicine and rehabilitation method. These include the after-effects of tendinopathy, elbow stiffness and non-mechanical mobility disorders (flexion, extension and pronosupination).

Neurological pathology

The Allyane method can also be used to rehabilitate certain
neurological conditions, in particular those that may arise following a stroke (Parkinson's), multiple sclerosis, incomplete spinal cord injury,
or in the context of spasticity regulation.

Hip lameness

Defects in active mobility (flexion/extension), stability (insufficiency of the gluteus medius) or lameness induced by a hip prosthesis can be effectively corrected by the Allyane rehabilitation method.

Pathologies of the trunk and spine

Certain pathologies of the trunk and spine such as kyphosis, scoliosis, sciatica and lumbago can be treated with our neuromotor reprogramming method.

Wrist and hand motor skills

The Allyane method allows for effective management and is part of a complete care programme.

Ankle instability

The Allyane method is particularly effective in the context of functional rehabilitation functional rehabilitation in connection with certain ankle pathologies, in particular: recurrence of sprains, muscular disorders (insufficient lifters), motor inhibitions after immobilisation and post-operative effects.

Video analysis and assessment of your motor skills

Definition of the treatment plan with your Allyane certified practitioner

Neuromotor reprogramming

Video analysis and evaluation of results