One of the oldest and most popular methods of natural healing is massage therapy. Who does not love that soothing and relaxing sensation after a massage session?
And as we dig deeper into the therapeutic effects of massage, we will learn that it can help your body in many different ways.
Lymphatic Drainage, for example, is highly recommended by many doctors to stimulate the flow of lymph and help reduce edema, which may be the aftermath of surgeries, traumatic injuries, or any condition affecting the lymphatic system. In addition, studies have shown that lymphatic drainage techniques can be really helpful for women who underwent breast cancer treatment. And yes, it might not have a glamorous name, but it is very relaxing.
So, what are you waiting for? Take charge of your well-being.
Silvia Burton, LMT, CLT
Advanced Lymphatic Drainage Therapist
A therapeutic add-on can be used in addition to modalities such as Manual Lymphatic Draining session, a Contour massage or in conditions such as deep muscle adhesions, fibrotic tissue formation (scar tissue), muscle sprain or muscle strain, deep fascial restrictions, and chronic pain. The client is always educated about its application and benefits, and in some cases the client should consult his/her doctor for consent.
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