Biolab, a London-based medical referral laboratory for nutritional and environmental medicine, hosted a Long COVID Day conference in March with various speakers including Dr Sarah Myhill.

Another of those speakers was Dr Yassine Bendiabdallah. Dr Bendiabdallah is a Functional Medicine Specialist and co-founded the health & wellness centre ZEN Healthcare. His talk focused on the strategies for treating Long COVID, he mentioned Dr Perrin and how The Perrin Technique can help reduce the overload on the sympathetic nervous system when treating the condition.

Dr Bendiabdallah has personal experience of the technique, having been treated by Perrin Practitioner Rakhee Mediratta and he explained how he has been significantly helped by The Perrin Technique as well as sharing that the technique has helped numerous patients who he has referred to Rakhee.

It’s wonderful to hear such positive feedback from patients about our Perrin Practitioners and the technique, please do get in touch with us at pr@theperrinclinic.com if you wish to share any testimonials of your personal experience too. 


Sunday 20th March saw the team at Bridgeman Physiotherapy Centre set up their stand at the Run Wigan Festival to offer runners pre and post massages to help fundraise for the F.O.R.M.E. Charity.

F.O.R.M.E. (Fund for Osteopathic Research into M.E.) continues to fund vital research on The Perrin Technique and we are over the moon to share that the Bridgeman Physiotherapy Centre raised an incredible £502.67 on race day! A huge well done to all involved, with special mention to our esteemed PnT Practitioner Sue Capstick who takes it upon herself to raise funds for F.O.R.M.E. each year and support this invaluable charity. She’ll be back fundraising again on 11th September at the Wigan 10k run!

Check out the photos below from the glorious sunny Sunday in Wigan…


Earlier this month Dr Perrin travelled to Belgium to run a course on the lymphatics and The Perrin Technique at the Flanders International College of Osteopathy (FICO) in Antwerp.

His trip was extended to include a visit to the Netherlands, to add on one day of ‘practical’ workshops which had previously been delayed due to COVID-19.

After four days non stop of workshops Dr Perrin returned home via the Eurostar – something which he thoroughly recommends! Check out the photo’s from Antwerp below…



Thanks to international travel now back up and running for Dr Perrin, the first quarter of 2022 has seen aspiring Perrin Technique Practitioners become trained up in many corners of the world.

Firstly, there is Dr Kostas Filippopolitis who is a qualified and highly experienced neurologist from Greece and has retrained as an osteopath in Athens. After reading Dr Ray Perrin’s latest book, his interest in The Perrin Technique led him to contact Ray directly and book himself on the latest Perrin Technique workshop in Manchester at the start of the year. As a consultant neurologist, acupuncturist and neural therapist he is a wonderful addition to the growing Perrin Technique family.

In addition, we also have a trio of newly qualified Perrin Practitioners in Belgium. These are Barbara De Lange, Jory Pauwels and Inge Schuermans. We welcome them on board to our worldwide network of Practitioners and wish them all the best for the year ahead.

In the first week of April, Dr Perrin will be giving a workshop on The Perrin Technique in Rio De Janeiro – Hopefully after that trip we will see our first licensed practitioners in South America!