What is the cost of an Allyane session?

The charges may vary according to where the session takes place, as each Allyane practitioner applies his or her own rates. The average rate for a neuro-reprogramming session is 190 €. You will be offered a quote for a tailored program, over several sessions, according to your specific situation.

How long does a session last?

Allyane sessions take anywhere between thirty minutes and two hours. This will depend on the clinical situation and the options for treating the problem over one or more sessions.

How many sessions will I need?

Just one session may be enough. Our experience shows that between one and three sessions are needed to meet the objectives. If a longer period of treatment is necessary, the practitioner will provide a precise quote for a tailored program for you.

What kind of pathologies can be treated with the Allyane procedure?

Physical disabilities that persist after rehabilitation and reathletisation. Examples include: limping and walking difficulties, shoulder mobility, grasping, spasticity or a lack of motricity following a stroke.

Where can I attend these sessions?

You can consult the ALLYANE practitioners’ directory at the bottom of the page

How do I know if the procedure will work for me?

If you arrange to see a certified Allyane practitioner, they will take the time to analyze your problem and will offer you the appropriate treatment, should it be necessary.

Who carries out the treatment?

Certified Allyane practitioners who work from their own offices, rehabilitation centers. They are health professionals (doctors, physiotherapists, osteopaths) who have been specifically trained and certified in the Allyane process.

Is there a follow-up procedure?

Everyone is offered a before / after assessment and a precise and objective analysis of the results. We offer follow-up by phone in order to check on the stability of the results that were achieved.

Are there cases for which the procedure may not work?

Any limits in the Allyane procedure are linked to the cognitive capacity of the patient (being able to exchange with the patient and give him/her instructions during the session) and to any biomechanical, physical constraints (such as locked joints, spinal cord damage or severed tendons).