Touch of Grace- Karen Wright, CMT
Providing Exceptional Care Since 1993
Manual Lymphatic Drainage
Manual Lymphatic Drainage-
The rest of the body's circulatory system uses the heart as a 'pump' to move blood around the body, but lymphatic circulation (fluid) relies upon body movement and breathing. Impaired circulation leads to a build up of toxins (metabolic waste), which in turn can lead to re-occurring illnesses (cold, flu etc) and feelings of sluggishness due to a depressed immune system. Manual Lymphatic Drainage supports the natural circulation and movement of toxins and fluids through the lymph ducts. This stimulation strengthens the immune system, clears blockages, transports nutrients to cells and helps the metabolism and overall health.
5 key benefits of Manual Lymphatic Drainage
Decongestive (removes lymphoedema)
Improves wound healing and scarring
There are many benefits to doing a series of Post-Surgical Manual Lymphatic Drainage sessions. MLD Significantly reduces post-surgical swelling and bruising, relieves pain and discomfort, boosts the immune system to help fight post-surgical infection, minimizes the formation of scar tissue, and helps calm the nervous system after post surgical truama.