“Neuromuscular Massage Therapy uses custom blends of Swedish strokes and deep-tissue pressure to mitigate pain symptoms. We base every treatment on your specific pain and compensation patterns.”
During the last several decades neuromuscular massage has emerged as a significant methodology for accessing, treating, and preventing soft tissue and chronic pain. Combined with relaxing massage techniques, we provide much needed relief for issues such as:
Lymphatic drainage massage, also known as manual lymphatic drainage, relieves swelling that happens when medical treatment or illness blocks your lymphatic system. Lymphatic drainage massage involves gently manipulating specific areas of your body to help lymph move to an area with working lymph vessels.
5 key benefits of Manual Lymphatic Drainage. Deeply relaxing. Decongestive (removes lymphoedema), Pain Relieving. Improves wound healing and scarring. Detoxifying.
No, MLD is very light touch. I use only 5g of pressure on the skin. That is the same pressure as a nickel on your skin. MLD is very relieving and soothing, especially after a surgical procedure.
As soon as 48 hours after surgery. It is a wonderful way to support the body in its healing process.
Lymphatic drainage massage, also known as manual lymphatic drainage, is a gentle form of massage used to relieve painful swelling in your arms and legs caused by lymphedema. Lymphedema often affects people recovering from breast cancer surgery.
Lymphedema happens when your tissues retain fluid left behind after your cardiovascular system sends blood to your tissues and organs.
The remaining fluid is called lymph. Normally, your lymphatic system collects your lymph and returns it to your heart via a network of lymph vessels and lymph nodes. When something disrupts your lymphatic system's process, lymph collects in your arms and legs, making them swell. I use lymphatic drainage massage techniques to move lymph from your tissues to your lymph nodes, which eases the swelling in your tissues.
Lymphatic massage usually forms part of a treatment program health experts call decongestive lymphatic therapy (DLT).
DLT for lymphedema includes:
Together, these can improve circulation throughout the lymphatic system symptoms of lymphedema, including:
People with the following conditions: