A Soothing, painless, and gentle rhythm
The weight of a nickel
The rhythm of a heartbeat
A milking of the skin with a cross stretch and forward pump
Increases lymphatic flow by 10x its normal rate
An experienced and professionally trained therapist can maneuver
the lymph through your unique terrain
gliding around blocks
reversing the flow when necessary
successfully guiding the fluid to the closest node
to be filtered then rejoin the blood system at the heart.
This painless soothing touch moves the extra lymphatic load away from the incision’s “blocks”
then flows toward the closest nodes to be processed.
Watch bruises fade
Swelling diminish before your eyes
Pain fades away
The most effective treatment available
Manual Lymphatic Drainage Massage
Start your treatments
2 sessions before surgery in preparation
Minimum of 2 sessions a week for 2 to 6 weeks
Decided on a case by case basis
5 to 7 days after surgery or when incisions no longer seep
Mechanical Lymphatic treatments
Do not move the fluids
They vibrate them to thin the fluid
A client came to me with excessive swelling after liposuction of the abdomen.
She had received several mechanical treatments with no relief.
1 60 min session shifted a tennis ball size swelling to normal texture and size.
The client was amazed as she watched the transformation occur so quickly.
Choose the best treatment for yourself
Manual Lymphatic Drainage
The best choice
Damage and loss to nodes and vessels creates a back log of lymphatic fluids causing swelling
This swelling unchecked thickens Lymphatic fluids causing pain and the tissue become necrotic, thick, and leather like.
Manual Lymphatic Drainage Massage can get this dense liquid moving
Releasing the tightness and alleviating tension and pain in the skin
2 to 3 sessions a week for 2 weeks then monthly maintenance
This along with proper compression garments maintains the health and wellbeing of the affected area.
Experienced hands are necessary for optimal results.
A newly discovered condition
Predominate in women
It is a chronic disease of fat metabolism
The ability of glycogen to breakdown and be used for energy is affected.
This causes fat storage to become blocked and toxic.
Manual Lymphatic Drainage assists the fat movement in the blood.
Fat is directly absorbed into the lymphatic system
Manual Lymphatic Drainage may assist the fat to move through the system more quickly possibly creating less storage and blockage of the fat cells.
Manual Lymphatic Drainage along with Liposuction designed especially for this condition has shown increased improvement.
Paula has been a certified Manual lymphatic Drainage Therapist since 1998.
She has successfully treated 1000’s of patients with Manual Lymphatic Drainage
Paula Irwim clt, cmt #1985