Manual lymphatic drainage addresses pathologic lymphedema. Focussing on improving the circulatory system, manual therapy helps aid in moving interstitial fluid out of the cells. We use specific and precise pressure exerted by the therapist to mimic those of the body. There are many reasons why lymphdema may occur.
-Inactivity -Exercise Induced -Fluid retention by premenstrual hormonal changes -Residual edema from sprains or strains
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