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How long does each therapy session take?
Usually, treatment sessions last a minimum of 45min to an hour. Dress accordingly & comfortably. If you have an issue of being in a state of undress, please note that we have to be able to access your lymph nodes for treatment. Treatment can be done with or without oil. If you have allergies & sensitivity to oil types, please let your therapist know.
What is fibrosis after
post-radiation and post-liposuction
Post-liposuction fibrosis is the appearance of extra fibrous tissue generated as a result of abnormal tissue formation while healing. In addition, fibrosis swells the surrounding tissues and causes hardening of the area. It can also present as a bruise or painful lumps. Post-lipo fibrosis is a circulatory problem. Please ask us about our FDA approved prevention and treatment.
What about after care?
After receiving your Lymphatic
drainage it is strongly recommended:
No caffeine (tea, coffee or coke)
No alcohol (your liver is busy getting rid of all this extra fat)
Drink lots of Water, Eat fruits,& Veggies
No very fatty meal directly after
(ie: fried food)
Why is a refferal required for some?
Lymphatic drainage is a medical technique some may think its a massage but its actually a medical procedure done to alleviate swelling or fluid utilizing vodder technique to drain excess fluid through the lymphatic system. During the drainage toxins are being released from the available lymph nodes. Therefore, there are some underlying health conditions that this technique is not appropriate for. It can be contraindicated for some health conditions especially those whom experience fluid overload however, most people are cleared for lymphatic drainage by prescription referral.