Osteo James – Osteopathy in Bath

OsteoJames: Licensed Affiliate of the Perrin Technique In Bath. Patients reporting 51.3% improvement*.

Introducing Bath’s first Perrin Technique clinic for the treatment of:

  • Chronic Fatigue/Myalgic Encephalomyelitis
  • Fibromyalgia
  • Unspecified Sports Fatigue
  • Toxic neurological conditions

Patients reporting 51.3% improvement*

In probably the largest-ever British survey of opinion among people with ME/CFS and their carers about which treatments and therapies work for them and which don't, 51.3% found the Perrin Technique to have helped them.

The 32-page report called *'Managing my ME' (published by The ME Association on 27 May 2010) was carried out online and through a paper questionnaire by the ME Association in 2008 and attracted huge interest. A total of 3,494 people answered the questions online. The results indicated that 51.3% sufferers found the manual therapy and diagnosis encompassed by the Perrin Technique was beneficial to them.

Is there a scientific basis?

Yes:

  • Perrin R.N. 1993. Chronic Fatigue Syndrome, a review from the biomechanical perspective. British Osteopathic Journal; vol xi

  • Perrin R.N., Edwards J. and Hartley P. (January/February 1998). An evaluation of the effectiveness of osteopathic treatment on symptoms associated with Myalgic Encephalomyelitis. A preliminary report. Journal of Medical Engineering and Technology. 22 (1), 1-13.

  • Perrin R.N. Lymphatic Drainage of the Neuraxis in Chronic Fatigue Syndrome: A hypothetical model for the cranial rhythmic impulse. Journal of the American Osteopathic Association. 107(06), 218-224. 2007

What is the Perrin Technique?

A manual system of diagnosis and treatment that has helped many hundreds of patients with Chronic Fatigue/Myalgic Encephalomyelitis since 1989.

Has it been tested?

Yes! Its effectiveness was evaluated with two separate clinical trials* and from many hundreds of patients at the Perrin clinic (Manchester).

  • Perrin R.N. 1993. Chronic Fatigue Syndrome, a review from the biomechanical perspective. British Osteopathic Journal; vol xi
  • Perrin et al. An evaluation of the effectiveness of osteopathic treatment on symptoms associated with Myalgic Encephalomyelitis.

Introducing The Perrin Technique in Bath

Successfully completing his dissertation in Fibromyalgia, James finished his studies with Dr R. N. Perrin in Manchester and has been awarded the Licensed Affiliate of the Perrin Clinic in Bath.


For more information, please contact OsteoJames at: james@osteojames.co.uk 07553 099568.


Home visits available.