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Lymphatic Drainage Massage

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What is Lymphatic Drainage Massage?

Normally, a network of lymph veins and lymph nodes in your body collects your lymph and transports it back to your heart. When your lymphatic system's function is hampered, lymph builds up in your arms and legs, causing swelling.

A gentle form of massage called manual lymphatic drainage, or lymphatic drainage massage, is used to decrease the uncomfortable swelling in your arms and legs brought on by Lymphedema. People recovering from breast cancer surgery frequently get Lymphedema.

When our tissues retain fluid that is left over after your circulatory system has delivered blood to your tissues and organs, Lymphedema occurs.


Our Lymphatic Drainage Massage Service

Orofacial Lymphatic drainage massage can be tough to find, but you don't need to stress over it because Allimeden has you covered. We are equipped with high-end technology and all other necessary tools to perform smooth lymphatic drainage massage. Rebecka can carry out a lymphatic drainage massage therapy session that focuses on your medical conditions and aims to get you through those conditions. Here at Allimeden, you will never have to worry about the quality of our service because we don't compromise on it.

How Lymphatic Drainage Massage Works

It works without excessive pressure on the vessel; gentle, rhythmic movements stimulate the lymphatic system. They ensure that lymph fluid doesn't become stranded anyplace by facilitating fluid movement across the tissues and nodes.

Tight compression stockings or bandages can be used to treat Lymphedema, but a manual lymphatic drainage massage can assist in maximizing the results.

Integrative Orofacial Functional Medicine & Recovery

Integrative Orofacial Functional Medicine & Recovery

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