Date of Course:
19 Jul 2020
UNDERSTANDING THE LYMPHATIC SYSTEM: A PROFESSIONAL ONLINE SEMINAR – via zoom meeting on sunday 19th July 2020 from 9.30am-1.30m South African time – please check your own local times.
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.
Past Participant Feedback
A big thank you for your slick organisation! Both the Lymphatics and CFS course were really informative, well presented by Raymond and relevant content. Very worthwhile – Colleen
It was a great course with Raymond. Reawakening the anatomy and importance of the lymph – julia
I thoroughly enjoyed the online lymph and CFS/ME courses with Ray – so much new information!!! Ray is a great teacher, very knowledgeable and inspiring. Thank you Craig for organizing these online courses! – Aby
Thank you Dr Perrin! The Lymph course was very informative! I specially found the info on the different diseases very interesting. Annette
Understanding The Lymphatic System: A Professional Online Seminar with Dr Raymond Perrin (Leading UK osteopath).
Do not be ignorant anymore:
Now you can learn all about the anatomy, pathophysiology of the lymphatic system and the newly discovered neuro-lymphatic system (The Glymphatics) and how to diagnose lymphatic disorders.
This course, which is scientifically referenced throughout, is a must for all medical practitioners, physiotherapists and osteopaths and any health care practitioner to understand the importance of the lymphatic system in health and disease.
Ever since Aselli first documented the lymphatic system nearly 400 years ago there has been one basic consistency within the medical world whether orthodox or complementary regarding this incredibly important part of the human anatomy and physiology which is involved in every pathology to affect our health and that is Ignorance.
The ignorance is not usually the fault of the practitioner it is the educational system that lays much more emphasis on the other important systems of the body for example the cardiovascular-respiratory , gastro-intestinal and in osteopathy the neuro-muscular skeletal systems. However healthy lymphatics are paramount in all these systems as the founder of osteopathy Andrew Taylor Still said “illness is mainly due to stagnation of body fluids and that if you can stimulate blood flow and other fluid motion including cerebro-spinal fluid and lymphatic drainage then the body will recover”
Ancient Chinese medical teachings have always talked of stagnation leading to disease and Still maintained that in the lymph results in
“fermentation, fever, sickness and death.”
When asked about the “eternal truths” of osteopathy, Dr Still responded, “[Those truths] are found in the spinal column with all of its intricate bony framework, plus the beautiful circulation of blood and lymph through the nerve centers of the spinal cord and throughout the whole body.”
Still admitted, “Possibly less is known of the lymphatics than any other division of the life-sustaining machinery of man.” The same can be said today when the many medical students may receive only a basic lecture on the lymphatics.
Timetable: 9.30am start
The history of lymphatic discovery 30 min
The anatomy of the lymphatic system 30 min
The immune system 30min
The Physiology of the lymphatics 30 min
Applied Pathology: lymphatic disorders 30min
The neurolymphatic system (The Glymphatic System)
applied pathology 30 min
Finish 1.30pm – Total 4 hrs (plus 15min break)
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19th July; 9.30am – 1.30pm South African time – please check your local times