When treating and working with our body as a whole we realize all of our individual parts are connected. Everywhere we have blood in our body we have lymphatic fluid to be moved and help our bodies detoxify. This includes bones, all organs, connective tissue (fascia), muscles, our brain and our entire blood circulation system, everything.
Lymphatic drainage is key for your body to rid itself of inflammation and toxins. It is extremely effective for anyone with an auto-immune disease, Chronic
Inflammatory Response Syndrome, mold illness, Lyme disease and heavy metal toxicity, cancer and or radiation treatment. Before and after any surgical procedure lymph drainage treatments not only expedite and aid in the detoxification process; discomfort and fatigue are also lessened.
Often our body becomes constricted due to accidents, trauma, surgery, repetitive motion syndromes, neuromuscular weakness, or poor postural habits. When the lymph is stagnant the tissue inflames and is slow to heal because of poor blood supply and lack of hydration. There is also discomfort and pain involved because of the vast number of nerves that become constricted, it becomes tight and produces pressure causing a great source of tension to our body. Scar tissue in the muscles can form and range of motion and flexibility are compromised.
The body is truly an amazing machine. Trauma and fatigue influence our whole body; as emotions and moods alter our energy, they affect our body’s state of wellness.
Lymph drainage will aid in your total state of well being, health and maintenance program.
includes, aesthetic, reconstruction and orthopedic patients.
You’ve decided to schedule your surgery.
Now you want the best recovery possible
Lymphatic drainage accelerates healing.
For optimal results it is recommended lymphatic drainage start with at least
one treatment before surgery. This allows the body to begin draining toxins
and stimulates the immune system. Surgeons, particularly aesthetic surgeons, find it easier to make incisions through cleared, well-drained tissue.
Lymphatic drainage treatment may be scheduled as soon as 24 hours after surgery. Additional sessions are recommended every 48-72 hours over a 5-10 day post surgery period. This reduces the risk of infection by stimulating the immune system and helping to alleviate bruising and swelling while providing a more comfortable, reduced recovery.
Lymphatic treatment is a valuable technique that supports the main function of the lymphatic system- stimulating circulation of the lymphatic flow, blood and immune system. One of the most important aspects of treatment post surgically is to alleviate swelling, bruising and discomfort, as well as diminish scarring, improve circulation and lymph flow to help the body heal faster.
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