Lymphatic Drainage Therapy

Lymphatic Therapy, Inc is dedicated to helping people regain and maintain control of their health. We use the most advanced forms of technology and protocols to tailor treatment plans that include manual lymph drainage (MLD), Compression Therapy, Complete Decongestive Therapy (CDT), Remedial Exercises/ Breathing, Skin Care and Hygiene.Dr. Vodder’s Manual lymph drainage technique. mld was developed by Dr. Emil and Estrid Vodder in the 1930’s following many years of research into the lymphatic system. They presented Manual Lymph Drainage therapy at an exhibition in Paris in 1936 to great acclaim and went on to teach their method in many countries throughout the world.Lymph drainage massages are not as popular as other types of massage in the United States, yet they provide numerous health benefits. The International Alliance of healthcare educators explains that lymph drainage massages are done in a specific rhythm and direction to increase the flow of the lymphatic system in the body.This drainage follows two pathways. The best known is to the axilla (armpit), and these lymph nodes are usually treated by surgery and/or radiation therapy. The second pathway drains to the internal.Lymphatic massage, also called lymphatic drainage or manual lymph drainage, is a technique developed in Germany for treatment of lymphedema, an accumulation of fluid that can occur after lymph nodes are removed during surgery, most often a mastectomy for breast cancer. Lymphedema can also be present. · Contraindications to Lymphatic Drainage Massage. 2. Lymphangitis is an infection in the lymph vessels. It’s common in bacterial infections. Patients who have lymphangitis should not use or continue with lymphatic massage until the infection is completely cleared because it could be transporting the infection throughout the rest of the body.reducing swelling – usually by wearing compression garments, some people may need compression bandaging or a specialised massage called manual lymphatic drainage (MLD), compression. called complex.The Norton School of Lymphatic Therapy is the premier institution for training professionals to become certified lymphedema therapists. students are trained in Complete Decongestive Therapy (CDT) and may sit for the lana national certification exam.Lymphedema is a condition that causes one or more of your arms or legs to become swollen due to a buildup of lymph fluid. This type of lymphedema is called secondary lymphedema. Primary lymphedema.


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