Whether I am performing manual lymphatic drainage to reduce swelling after surgery or providing ongoing treatments for mobility and recovery, my focus is to keep the incision area safe!
Why is Manual Lymphatic Drainage (MLD) important after surgery?
Manual Lymphatic Drainage can be a very effective part of post-surgery healing for facelift, tummy tuck, breast work, rhinoplasty, dental, orthopaedic or lipoedema clients.
When the lymph drifts out into surrounding tissue after a surgical procedure disrupts the normal lymphatic pathways, swelling is the result. There are ways to combat this problem which as a Dr Vodder therapist, I can work out an effective treatment plan in conjunction the medical teams post operative recovery plan.
I ensure client safety by following a strict protocol that includes:
*I am able to offer Scar Release Treatment after a minimum of 8 weeks after surgery, to keep the scar mobile
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What is Manual Lymphatic Drainage massage?
For more information on MLD The Dr Vodder Manual Lymphatic Drainage (MLD) Technique
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