How can the Lymphatic Drainage Massage help?

Lymphatic drainage massage accelerates and enhances the body’s natural healing abilities by draining excess fluid (lymph) from the body and returning it to the bloodstream. It also improves the overall functioning of the lymphatic (immune) system. Draining helps improve circulation and makes quick and complete rehabilitation possible.

Blood is rich in nutrients, and that is what our body needs to heal. The post-surgery massage, known as lymphatic drainage massage, helps speed recovery. The lymphatic system relies on the performance of healthy muscles to send the fluid throughout the lymph vessels. Due to specific techniques, massaging can help our body pump more oxygen and nutrients to vital organs and tissues, allowing for more flexibility, decreasing soreness, and accelerating healing. Health conditions such as lymphedema and fibromyalgia can interfere with the regular stream of lymph, resulting in lymph fluid build-up in a specific body area, for example, the arms or legs, causing swelling. Any condition that damages the lymphatic system has a chance of developing lymphedema. Examples could include cancer treatments and infections.

This specialized massage must be carried out following the advice of a doctor to prevent any further injury to the area and guarantee the proper recovery.

Other uses for Lymphatic Drainage Massage


Historically this specialized treatment was used to treat lymphedema, a condition marked by chronic swelling after lymph node removal. But recently, some people have started including lymphatic drainage into their beauty routine as a counteractive against puffy, dull complexion and skin irritation. Other studies have shown that lymphatic drainage massage can improve body shape and contour in some patients.

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  • Prevents ischemia
  • Relieves compressed nerves
  • Restores and strengthens the muscles
  • Improves circulation by carrying more oxygen and nutrients to the cells and taking away the waste.
  • Detoxification
  • Enhancing the exchange of nutrients among cells
  • Increases the flexibility and range of motion
  • Calms the nervous system
  • Calms the digestive system
  • Decreases fatigue
  • Lowers stress
  • Helps with migraines
  • Improves arthritis
  • Reduces depression in patients suffering from current health conditions, such as fibromyalgia.
  • Helps bruises heal quicker
  • Decreases the chance of capsular contracture in breast augmentation.


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Pre and post surgery

It is recommended that lymphatic drainage massage therapy begin as early as your doctor approves it, usually within 24 hours to 5 days after surgery, depending on your procedure. A minimum of 10 sessions is generally advised for optimal healing.

Two or three weeks following surgery, the patient will collect fluids that harden, creating fibrosis. Various patients will see this as hardness or lumpiness beneath the skin where the surgical work occurred. Specialists regularly promote lymphatic drainage massage to clear the inflamed, soften hard tissues, increase the lymph flow and increase circulation throughout the body.

Fatigue, stress, infections, medications, alcohol consumption, smoking, lack of physical activity, and age all play a part in the health of the lymphatic system.

Having one to two treatments before surgery will better reduce the possible causes of inflammation, swelling, and infection encountered following an operation.


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How to prepare

Deep breaths help pump blood and nutrients through the bloodstream. Getting the movement going beforehand will ensure a faster ensure faster results. To practice, try breathing in through the nose for 3-5 seconds and then breathe out through your mouth for the same amount of time.

Place index and middle figure right above the collar bones. Once placed, gently glide the fingers to the right above the middle of the collar bone.

Place both palms just under the ears. Proceed to massage down and up the side of the neck slowly.

Place the palms of your hands on the back of your neck just under the hairline. Slowly move down the neck until your hands meet at the top of your spine.

Make a cup with your hands where one hand is over the other. Place cupped hands on the side of your body. Move hands upward towards the underarm.

Place both hands behind one knee. While fingers are interlaced, push gently into the back of the knees and move upward.

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