Manual Lymphatic Drainage for Lymphedema

Lymphedema, acute or chronic edema (swelling), post operative swelling, dense fibrous or lumpy tissue are some of the issues Manual Lymphatic Drainage (MLD) treats.  This therapy manually removes blockages in the body’s lymph system enabling removal of metabolic waste large protein molecules, and excess fluid from the tissues.

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Complete Decongestive Therapy for Lymphedema

Complete Decongestive Therapy encompasses all the elements necessary to bring Lymphedema under control, and provides the education and skills required to maintain a healthy lifestyle that will maintane the affected area.

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Therapeutic Massage

Therapeutic massage works on the multiple layers of fascia, muscle, tendon and nerve.  Effective for both small muscle injuries as well as chronic problems it is an excellent way to deal with a whiplash or sports injury, postural misalignment treating spasms as well as muscle tension.  The focused treatment concentrates on treating specific tissue areas holding tension, muscular knots, adhesions, and muscular weakness by using slow, specific and deliberate strokes that help with postural deviances and abnormal muscle tone.  The treatment does not force pressure into the muscle, but applies pressure until the muscle pushes back against the pressure, allowing proprioception correction in the musculotendinous junction as it releases and corrects, bringing true relief.

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