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What Is Manual Lymphatic Drainage (MLD) Massage?

Manual lymphatic drainage (MLD) massage, also known as manual lymph drainage, was created by Emil and Estrid Vodder.  It was designed to treat lymphedema, which is swelling caused by an accumulation of fluid in the interstitial space (tissue space) through rhythmic precise hand movements

The Benefits

  •  Removes metabolic waste, excess water, toxins, bacteria, large protein molecules, and foreign substances from the tissues.

  •  Promotes a shortened healing time


Is transportation provided in my package?

Yes! Transportation is included in all packages to ensure a safe, stress-free, and discrete experience.


Is Lymphatic Drainage Massage necessary after cosmetic surgery?

Yes. Swelling is a typical part of the healing process for all cosmetic procedures. Because of the location of the surgery, some cosmetic surgeries, such as liposuction and tummy tucks, disrupt the lymphatic system’s natural pathways. Tummy tucks and liposuction procedures are usually the cosmetic surgeries with the most lymphatic swelling due to the extensive areas of disruption.

Swelling occurs when lymph fluid moves into surrounding tissue after a surgical procedure disrupts the normal lymphatic pathways.  MLD massage therapy assists the body in removing this extra fluid from the body.

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