The 12th Invest in ME Conference, Part 1
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Anyone try "Dr Raymond Perrin" technique?

Discussion in 'General Treatment' started by humanrising, Jan 20, 2016.

  1. humanrising

    humanrising

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    I was surprised to see this Dr listed here in under the doctor list. I was very impressed with the book and WOULD LOVE to find someone who is trained by him in the US. I did contact them awhile back ( it was hard work) at the time they said they plan on having training's in the US but as of yet they didn't . Hoping that someone from UK or Europe has some experience and could share it here. thank you and happy new year all
     
  2. Sushi

    Sushi Moderator and Senior Member Albuquerque

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    There are quite a few threads on the Perrin technique. To read the longest one, click here.
     
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  3. Mrs Sowester

    Mrs Sowester Senior Member

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    I tried it about 4 years ago, the lymph drainage massage was brilliant but the neck rotation/manipulation thing he did left me in agony for weeks
     
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  5. humanrising

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    thank you for sharing your experience and i am sorry it was painful. there is a lot of info on lymph drainage under "perrin" but I am interested in people like you who have actually gone to a "PERRIN" person.

    I have had 4 whiplash injuries, and i have a long neck. my pain started in my neck then the rest of the story is like many peoples story. I was drawn to CCSVI treatment due to symptoms and my neck anatomy. I believe that some of my symptoms are due to low venous flow and trauma, inflammation and the like in my neck and tension at my occipitall. I went to Dr Klinghart for treatment and he told me he also believed that I should be tested for this.... and if I could have afforded seeing someone who knew what they were doing I would have had the ultrasound. If it would have been positive I doubt that I would have had surgery though, so I started looking into something else that might increase flow but also had more cervical manipulation.
    I have 4 herniated discs that are impinging on my spinal cord. I am pretty protective of my neck ( working on that since "guarding" is not helpful) .
    I will keep hoping that others might pop up who have tried this treatment esp if they were able to commit to it for months since I believe you need to go for an extended time.

    thank you again!!!
     

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