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)
Lactic acid congestion, environmental and seasonal allergens, cleansing affects
Primary and secondary, m, ixed edemas, lipedema
Soft and hard tissue injury:
sprains, burns, bruising
hematomas, bone fractures, whiplash, scar tissue, keloids
Sinus and ear infection, swelling in extremities during pregnancy
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 constipationInsures more healthful transition between seasons