Manual Lymphatic Drainage


The manual lymphatic drainage is among the common physical therapies. Swelling subsides, the gastrointestinal tract is stimulated, your skeletal muscles relax – and so do you.

After surgery or injury, such as sprains, strains, distortions and torn muscle fibers, a manual therapy is used to decongest the lymphatic system, particularly in the arms and legs and toward the central major lymphatic ducts. With strategic grips, I can multiply the delivery rate of your lymphatic system. Inflammatory swelling subsides much faster when waste products, proteins and dead tissue are removed better. Pain alleviates and scars heal better.