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Lymphatic Massage

What is the lymphatic system?

The lymphatic system is a one-way drainage system that has four major roles:

1. Maintain fluid levels

2. Absorb digestive fats

3. Protect your body from foreign invaders such as viruses, bacteria, parasites, and other pathogens

4. Transport and remove cellular waste products

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What is lymphatic drainage used to treat?

Trauma to the lymphatic system either through surgery, injury, or illness can inhibit the lymphatic system from working efficiently. With lymphatic drainage we can stimulate and aid the lymphatic system to decrease swelling, pain, and improve healing time. Lymphatic massages are a must have during your post-op recovery, and they also provide relief from chronic ailments such as migraines, sinus congestion, pain/inflammation and so much more.

Lymphatic Massage Packages

Surgical Lymphatic Massage

- Available pre-procedure and post op
- Increases healing up to 20% faster
- Alleviates pain and swelling during post-op recovery
- Aids in wound healing
- Reduces spasms
- Decreased bruising
- Scar tissue prevention

Facial Rejuvination Lymphatic Massage

- Anti-aging benefits
- Balances facial discoloration
- Improved circulation to the face
- Reduces puffiness and facial swelling
- Relief from allergies, congestion, migraines, and inflamed sinuses

Relaxation Lymphatic Massage

- Light touch and rhythmic movement promotes lymph circulation
- Reduced stress and tension
- Toxin removal promotes relaxation - Anxiety relief
- Improved sleep and rest

Lymphatic Massage for Injury/Illness

- Reduced swelling & edema
- Reduced inflammation & pain
- Aids in healing acute injuries (sprains and muscle aches)
- Assists with chronic condition support (arthritis fibromyalgia)
- Chronic pain management for joint swelling and

Schedule Your Appointment Today

Book with Nurse Felicia to learn more about the benefits of lymphatic drainage massages during post op care, following an in injury or illness, or for refreshing relaxation.

Lymphatic System Explained