The Perrin Technique™
What Is The Perrin Technique?
The Perrin Technique™ is an osteopathic approach that manually stimulates the fluid motion around the brain and spinal cord. Manipulation of the spine further aids drainage of these toxins out of the cerebrospinal fluid. Massage of the soft tissues in the head, neck, back and chest direct all the toxins out of the lymphatic system and into the blood, where they are eventually detoxified in the liver. Eventually with no poisons affecting the brain, the sympathetic nervous system begins to function correctly, and providing the patients do not overstrain themselves their symptoms should gradually improve and in time some patients become totally symptom free. To see patients return to their normal healthy lives see the film ‘The Perrin Technique‘.
Revolutionary Treatment Of ME/CFS
To learn more about the Perrin Technique™ and to find out how a diagnosis could help you or your loved one with ME/CFS, please get in touch today. We’ll answer any questions you may have about ME/CFS and guide you to a licensed practitioner that can make a diagnosis and ultimately administer treatment.
The Perrin Technique Books
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The Perrin Technique 2nd edition
& The Concise Perrin Technique: A Handbook for Patients
The Perrin Technique™ is a manual method that aids the diagnosis and treatment of ME/CFS based on the theory that stress factors which can be physical, emotional, chemical, or immunological (such as allergies or infections) can cause excessive strain on the sympathetic nervous system, leading to ME/CFS.
The sympathetic nervous system spreads throughout the entire body affecting every type of tissue, but more importantly receiving messages from all the tissues e.g. skin, muscle, blood vessel, gland, lymph vessel etc. The latter forms an important network of small channels carrying lymph, which is a transparent bodily fluid collected from all tissues and eventually returned to the blood. The lymphatic system is basically a secondary waste disposal unit within the body that flushes out the waste products of the cells and foreign bodies that are toxic to us. The fluid motility in the lymph is helped by pressure from the blood flow in the surrounding blood vessels, and so the lymphatic tissue will be engorged with fluid if the blood circulation is not working properly. The sympathetic nerves also have been found to control a pump mechanism within the main drainage of the lymphatic system which becomes disturbed in ME/CFS. The resultant backflow further engorges the lymphatic vessels, especially in the chest and neck.