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The Perrin Technique™

M.E. and 
Chronic Fatigue Syndrome

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potential of the Perrin Technique™ to for the diagnosis of M.E. A current research project is underway to demonstrate the effectiveness of this manual treatment for not only M.E and other post-viral fatigue syndromes but specifically long Covid.

 

According to Dr Perrin, following a severe viral infection, M.E. and Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (CSF) can develop.  This is caused by an accumulation of chemicals and other toxic substances in the brain and spinal cord which inflame the systems and lead to a dysfunction of the sympathetic nervous system. This part of the nervous system is vital for healthy lymphatic drainage.

 

 

What is the Perrin Technique?

 

The Perrin Technique™ was developed in 1989 by Dr Raymond Perrin PhD, a now renowned British osteopath. The technique involves the stimulation of the lymphatic system to promote adequate drainage of neurotoxins from the central nervous system.  At Jane Reynolds & Associates we are committed to providing this cutting-edge method for clients in Eastbourne.

In 2017, a clinical trial sponsored and controlled by the NHS was performed and the results demonstrated the huge

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In the video above, you'll be able to watch Dan Baines of Jane Reynolds & Associates demonstrate the exercises he gives his patients with M.E/chronic fatigue syndrome/fibromyalgia to treat themselves between sessions.

Who Can the Perrin Technique™ Help?

The main ailments that the Perrin Technique™ is used to treat are those which cause chronic fatigue and other long-term pain or fatigue syndromes. In recent years, the efficacy of the technique for M.E. (otherwise known as Myalgia Encephalomyelitis, Chronic Fatigue Syndrome) has become apparent, and the impact of the Perrin Technique™ in alleviating symptoms has been enormous for many sufferers.

Following the global pandemic, a certain segment of COVID sufferers developed Long COVID and Dr Perrin is leading research into the effects of his technique on these people.  Jane Reynolds suffered herself with Long COVID and found the Perrin technique™ helped her. 

potential of the Perrin Technique™ to for the diagnosis of M.E. A current research project is underway to demonstrate the effectiveness of this manual treatment for not only M.E and other post-viral fatigue syndromes but specifically long Covid.

 

According to Dr Perrin, following a severe viral infection, M.E. and Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (CSF) can develop.  This is caused by an accumulation of chemicals and other toxic substances in the brain and spinal cord which inflame the systems and lead to a dysfunction of the sympathetic nervous system. This part of the nervous system is vital for healthy lymphatic drainage.

 

 

What is the Perrin Technique?

 

The Perrin Technique™ was developed in 1989 by Dr Raymond Perrin PhD, a now renowned British osteopath. The technique involves the stimulation of the lymphatic system to promote adequate drainage of neurotoxins from the central nervous system.  At Jane Reynolds & Associates we are committed to providing this cutting-edge method for clients in Eastbourne.

In 2017, a clinical trial sponsored and controlled by the NHS was performed and the results demonstrated the huge

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Who Can the Perrin Technique™ Help?

The main ailments that the Perrin Technique™ is used to treat are those which cause chronic fatigue and other long-term pain or fatigue syndromes. In recent years, the efficacy of the technique for M.E. (otherwise known as Myalgia Encephalomyelitis, Chronic Fatigue Syndrome) has become apparent, and the impact of the Perrin Technique™ in alleviating symptoms has been enormous for many sufferers.

Following the global pandemic, a certain segment of COVID sufferers developed Long COVID and Dr Perrin is leading research into the effects of his technique on these people.  Jane Reynolds suffered herself with Long COVID and found the Perrin technique™ helped her. 

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More about your practitioner, Daniel Baines..

 

 

 

 

 

 

They call Daniel "The Magic Man" in Hastings, where he lives and also works. Now we are lucky enough to have him here in Eastbourne! Dan gained a Masters degree in Osteopathy at the London School of Osteopathy in 2014 and was a Movement therapist and dancer before that.

After having to retire due to injury, from a glamorous career as a dancer with the internationally celebrated dance troupe 'STOMP', he pursued a career in osteopathy and movement therapy to better understand the nature of injury and healing. Since then he has further trained as a Kinesiologist (see 'Kinesiology' under 'All services') a Hynotherapist (see 'Hypnotherapy') a Movement Therapist (see 'Anatomy in Motion') a Personal Trainer (see 'Personal Training') and a practitioner of Functional Medicine (see 'Functional Medicine') - a system biology-based approach that identifies and addresses the root cause of disease. 

Daniel likes to work with anyone and everyone, whether it is to move them out of discomfort or to help them optimise the way their body functions and feels. He treats traditionally with osteopathy as well as bringing some muscle testing and kinesiology into his diagnosis. He is passionate about enabling his patients to move freely and offers suggestions as to how to keep well and improve their movement between visits. 

He also offers advice based on functional medicine, breath-work and maybe even a sprinkling of clinical hypnosis if appropriate and consent is given! 

 

Dan lives in Hastings with his wife and young son.