Manual Lymph Drainage
Indications and Conditions
Benefits and Supporting the immune response
Post- surgery healing:
Orthopedic, Joint/bone replacement reconstructive, cosmetic, plastic dentall, general surgery (including evacuation of anesthesia)
 
Detoxification:
Lactic acid congestion, environmental and seasonal allergens, cleansing affects
 
Lymphedema:
Primary and secondary, m, ixed edemas, lipedema
 
  Soft and hard tissue injury:
  sprains, burns, bruising
hematomas, bone fractures, whiplash, scar tissue, keloids
 
Congestion:
Sinus and ear infection, swelling in extremities during pregnancy
 
Other:
Severe acne, Bells Palsy, diabetic ulcers, chronic constipation
  • Counters the Inflammatory Response as a result of its decongestive effects
 
  • Reduces swelling, edema and bruising.
 
  • Alleviates pain by removing chemical irritants away from pain receptors
 
  • Fights chronic sinus infections
 
  • Detoxifies the tissues Minimizes scar tissue formation by interrupting the accumulation and stagnation of metabolic wastes, excess water, large protein molecules, and foreign substances from the tissues
 
  • Stimulates the Relaxation Response as a result of its gentle and rhythmic touch
 
  • Supports the immune system by enhancing the natural function of the lymphatic system, i.e. increases the 'lymph obligatory-load'.
 
  • Increases the amount and rate in which lymph moves through the vast network of vessels and nodes.
 
  • Shortens the healing process following injury, surgery, and other types of trauma Assists in restoring peristaltic movement in cases of chronic constipation​Insures more healthful transition between seasons

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