Date of Course:
16 Apr 2020
UNDERSTANDING CHRONIC FATIGUE SYNDROME / ME ONLINE SEMINAR – via zoom meeting; Live stream 16 April 2020. 10am – 1pm South Arica time
with Dr Raymond N. Perrin DO, PhD
Hon Clinical Research Fellow.
The Faculty of Biology Medicine and Health
The University of Manchester.
Registered Osteopath, Neuroscientist and Specialist in Chronic Fatigue Syndrome/ME.
The Understanding Chronic Fatigue Syndrome/ME live stream course is designed for any practitioner interested in understanding and managing Chronic Fatigue Syndrome / Myalgic Encephalomyelitis (CFS/ME) in their patients.
In this online seminar Dr Perrin will show how his model explains the pathological dysfunction of the neuro-lymphatic system in CFS/ME .
The online seminar is designed to practically help the clinician improve their understanding of CFS/ME.
Dr Perrin will show that this is not a new disease and how it affects millions of people all over the world and will inevitably be more present than ever in our clinical lives following the CORVID-19 Pandemic.
Different diagnostic and treatment techniques will be discussed.
ONLINE SEMINAR OBJECTIVES:
At the end of this session, participants should be able to:
- Understand the pathophysiological mechanisms that lead to CFS/ME.
- Be able to identify aetiological and maintaining factors that may have predisposed the patient and increased their susceptibility to developing CFS/ME.
- Increase their knowledge of the treatment protocols available to help with CFS/ME.
Dr Perrin’s research into CFS /ME began in 1989. In July 2005 he received a doctorate from the University of Salford, UK for his thesis on the involvement of cerebrospinal fluid and lymphatic drainage in CFS/ME.
Since 2007, he has continued post-doc research as Honorary Senior lecturer at the University of Central Lancashire, UK, and Honorary Clinical Research Fellow in The Faculty of Biology, Medicine & Health at The University of Manchester, one of the leading medical faculties in the UK.
He has been a member of the scientific committee for the World Congress on Neurobiology and Psychopharmacology and am research director of a national ME research charity.
In 2015 he was the proud winner of the inaugural Research and Practice Award from the Institute of Osteopathy in the UK
In a study between 2015-16 he was chief investigator of joint UCLan & NHS research project: Examining the accuracy of a physical diagnostic technique for Chronic Fatigue Syndrome/Myalgic Encephalomyelitis, REC reference number 12/NW/0877. The results were published in the BMJ open in 2017.
In 2015 he joined the international faculty of the German School of Osteopathy. He has lectured internationally and in the UK to patient groups and medical professionals on the diagnosis and treatment of CFS/ME and FMS having run workshops throughout Europe, the USA, South Africa, Russia and Canada.
He published CFS/ME research papers in major medical journals and his book, The Perrin Technique: How to beat CFS/ME was published in 2007.
1.5 hrs The pathogenesis of CFS/ME
1 hr Diagnosis of CFS/ME.
1.5 hrs Treating CFS/ME
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Live stream time; 10am – 1pm; South Africa times; please check your own local times