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As a Manual Lymphatic Drainage (MLD) specialist, I provide a range of services tailored to support clients in their journey towards improved health and well-being. These services include:

Manual Lymphatic Drainage Therapy

This is a specialized massage technique designed to stimulate the flow of lymphatic fluid in the body. Here are the key elements of the MLD technique:

Gentle, Rhythmic Movements: MLD involves light, rhythmic strokes that follow the natural direction of lymphatic circulation. The goal is to move lymphatic fluid towards the lymph nodes.

Specific Hand Movements: Therapists use specific hand movements, such as circular or pumping motions, to encourage lymphatic drainage. These movements are typically performed with a gentle, consistent pressure.

Sequence of Movements: MLD is often applied in a specific sequence, targeting different areas of the body to optimize the lymphatic flow. The sequence may vary depending on the purpose of the treatment.

Lymph Node Stimulation: MLD includes focused attention on lymph nodes, which act as filtration stations for lymphatic fluid. By stimulating these nodes, the therapist helps facilitate the drainage process.

Light Pressure: The pressure applied during MLD is light to avoid compressing blood vessels and to work with the delicate lymphatic vessels just beneath the skin.

Posture and Positioning: Patients may be positioned in specific ways to facilitate optimal lymphatic drainage during the massage.

Medical Vacuum Cupping Therapy

Medical Vacuum Cupping therapy also known as vacuum therapy or cupping therapy, is a technique that uses suction cups to create negative pressure on the skin’s surface. Here are some key aspects of this therapy:

Suction Cups: Specialized cups are placed on the skin, and a vacuum is created by an electronic device. The cups may be stationary or moved across the skin.

Increased Blood Flow: The negative pressure created by the suction is believed to increase blood circulation to the targeted area. This can potentially promote healing and reduce muscle tension.

Release of Tension: Vacuum therapy may help release fascial restrictions and muscle tension. It is often used to address musculoskeletal issues, including tightness and soreness.

Detoxification: Advocates of vacuum therapy suggest that it may aid in the removal of toxins and waste products from the body’s tissues.

Bruising and Marks: The therapy can sometimes cause temporary marks or bruising on the skin due to the suction. These marks are not harmful and typically fade over time.

Conditions Treated: Medical vacuum therapy is used in various therapeutic settings for conditions such as musculoskeletal pain, inflammation, and certain skin conditions.

Wood therapy

Wood therapy (Maderotherapy) is a massage technique that utilizes various wooden tools to manipulate the body’s soft tissues. Here’s a general overview of the wood therapy technique:

Wooden Tools: Specially designed wooden tools are used in different shapes and sizes. These tools can include rollers, sculpted wands, and flat-surfaced instruments made from different types of wood.

Massage Strokes: Therapists apply specific massage strokes using the wooden tools. The techniques mimic traditional massage movements such as kneading, tapping, and rolling. The therapist may also use the tools to target specific areas of tension or promote lymphatic drainage.

Massage Strokes: Therapists apply specific massage strokes using the wooden tools. The techniques mimic traditional massage movements such as kneading, tapping, and rolling. The therapist may also use the tools to target specific areas of tension or promote lymphatic drainage.

Lymphatic Drainage: One of the claimed benefits of wood therapy is its ability to stimulate the lymphatic system, which may aid in reducing swelling and improving circulation.

Body Contouring: Wood therapy is often marketed as a technique that can contribute to body contouring. The manipulation of tissues with wooden tools is believed by some to assist in shaping and toning targeted areas.

Relaxation and Tension Relief: Similar to other massage techniques, wood therapy aims to induce relaxation, relieve muscle tension, and promote a sense of well-being.

Cosmetic surgery pre/post-op MLD (Vodder method)

The Vodder Method is a specific technique within Manual Lymphatic Drainage (MLD) that focuses on gentle, rhythmic massage to stimulate the lymphatic system. In cosmetic surgery, both pre and post-operative MLD using the Vodder Method can be applied.

Pre-op: It may help prepare the lymphatic system, potentially reducing fluid retention and promoting optimal conditions for surgery.

Post-op: The Vodder Method of MLD can be employed to address swelling, bruising, and enhance the overall healing process after cosmetic surgery.

Compression Garments and fitting services

The use of compression garments, often referred to as “fajas” in some regions, is a common practice in post-operative care following various types of surgeries, including cosmetic or reconstructive procedures. Here are key points regarding the use of compression garments post-surgery:

Reducing Swelling: Compression garments apply gentle pressure to the surgical area, which helps minimize swelling. This can be particularly beneficial in the early stages of recovery.

Supporting Tissues: The compression provided by these garments supports the healing tissues and helps in contouring the treated area, especially in surgeries involving liposuction or body contouring.

Improving Blood Circulation: Compression garments can enhance blood circulation, promoting oxygen and nutrient delivery to the healing tissues and facilitating the removal of metabolic waste products.

Preventing Seromas and Hematomas: Compression can assist in preventing the accumulation of fluids (seromas) and blood (hematomas) in the surgical site.

Comfort and Security: Wearing a compression garment can offer a sense of comfort and security, providing support to the treated area and reducing movement that could potentially disrupt the healing process.

Minimizing Scarring: Some compression garments are designed to help minimize scarring by applying even pressure to the incision site.

There are many misconceptions about compression therapy; the first and most problematic is that COMPRESSION does not equal CONSTRICTION! ‘The tighter the better’ is not correct; too much compression can be dangerous, as it restricts essential blood flow to healing areas, which can lead to death (necrosis) of the tissues & skin, wound re-opening (dehiscence) allowing infection to enter, delayed healing and lumpy, uneven results. Over compressing restricts lymphatic drainage. Layering compression garments or overlapping is also unhealthy, as this leads to a tourniquet effect under overlapped layers & edges. If a garment creases, it will cause lines and uneven ridges to the skin and deeper tissues beneath.

Benefits of Correct Compression
* Improved comfort
* Improved circulation
* Reduced bruising & swelling
* Reduced risk of complications Like seroma, haematoma or lymphoedema
* Reduced risk of skin irregularities when A compression garment exerts even pressure over the area
Risks of Poorly Fitted Compression
* Correctly designed and fitted compression is crucial for recovery
* Excessive compression does not allow bruising to percolate through the tissues to the skin
* Uneven compression causes induration, fibrosis & uneven results
* Excessive compression can cut off blood capillaries, impair oxygen delivery to the skin & can cause blistering, ulceration, hardening of the tissues and infection (necrotising fasciitis)

Why do you need that service when you can browse and buy online yourself?
To save you money and ensure the speediest results! Every person reacts differently to surgery. Buying garments beforehand, although popular, is often not the best way and leads to numerous extra, unnecessary  purchases along the way.

Deep Tissue

Deep tissue massage is a type of therapeutic massage that focuses on applying firm pressure and slow strokes to reach deeper layers of muscles and connective tissues. This technique is often used to address chronic muscle tension, adhesions, and knots, promoting relaxation and relieving pain. Deep tissue massage can be beneficial for improving flexibility, reducing inflammation, and enhancing overall well-being. However, it’s essential to communicate with the massage therapist about your comfort level and any specific areas that need attention during the session.

The practice is believed to stimulate blood flow, promote lymphatic drainage, and release muscle tension. It’s often used for pain relief, muscle relaxation, and to address issues like cellulite and inflammation.

Fibrosis and Scar tissue massage

Fibrosis after plastic surgery is a natural part of the healing process. It involves the formation of fibrous tissue or scar tissue at the surgical site. While some degree of fibrosis is normal, excessive scarring can occur in certain cases. Proper postoperative care, including scar management techniques and following our recommendations, is essential to minimize fibrosis and achieve optimal cosmetic results.

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