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Tullamore Conference


A Meeting has been arranged by the Midlands Fibromyalgia Group which features amongst others Dr Raymond Perrin and Professor Basant Puri. Details below:

Midlands Fibromyalgia Support Group
Fibromyalgia, M.E. and C.F.S. Conference

Date:                   October 31st 2010
Time:                   9.00am – 5.00pm
Location:              Bridge House Hotel, Tullamore, Co Offaly
Cost:                   €10.00
Contact:               Martina Grace

Midlands Fibromyalgia Support Group
Offaly Centre for Independent Living
Clonminch Road
Co Offaly

Midlands Fibromyalgia Support Group and Academy Of Nutritional Medicine (AONM) presents-: Dr. Nina Bailey; Dr. Ray Perrin; Prof. Basant Puri; Ms. Catherine Gilmore.

Dr Nina Bailey is a nutritional scientist and senior member of the Academy of Nutritional Medicine, whose efforts are concentrated within the role of dietary health and nutritional intervention in disease, with particular emphasis being placed upon the role of fatty acids in conditions such as M.E., fibromyalgia and depression. Dr Bailey regularly holds training workshops with the public, medical practitioners and practitioners of complementary medicine, on a variety of topics including digestive health , depression, M.E., fibromyalgia and children’s disorders.

Professor B.K. Puri, a medical doctor and research scientist based at Hammersmith Hospital and Imperial College London, is a world-leading neuroscience and biochemistry expert. He has carried out pioneering research work in these fields. Indeed, he was the first in the world to treat a patient with depression using a pure fatty acid. Professor Puri's research findings have been described in scientific journals and in lectures at international medical and scientific conferences.


Dr Raymond N Perrin DO PHD is Honorary Senior Lecturer in the Department of Allied Health Professions, University of Central Lancashire, and a Registered Osteopath. Treating a patient for back pain in 1989 led him to the concept that there was a structural basis to CFS/M.E.





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