At Massage Works Therapy Center we constantly strive to build upon the services we offer to best fit your needs. We’ve gone beyond the bounds of traditional massage therapy and added a dynamic range of services, some of which you may have never heard of. It’s important to us that we not only offer these services but also share our expertise on such topics. This week we would like to discuss Lymph Drainage Therapy. Receiving this treatment can improve various area’s of health including insomnia, stress, and memory loss. It equally as important to know how this treatment works to achieve such benefits.
Lymph Drainage therapy is the process of stimulating the Lymphatic system which is responsible for the eliminating the bodies waste. Thus, a healthy and active Lymphatic system is able to stimulate the muscles and conduct this process itself. Consequently, when these fluids build up in the lymph nodes, toxins cannot be filtered and disposed. This condition is known as lymphedema.
Lymphatic massage includes techniques to apply gentle pressure to move the waste fluids from the problem area. There are two steps within lymphatic massage, first is the process of clearing. The first step is known as “Clearing” will attempt to move these fluids by moving the superficial skin structure. The second part is “Reabsorption” that once again uses gentle massage to distribute these fluids.
A detailed list of the benefits include:
- Detoxification of the body
- Deep relaxation to aid insomnia, stress, and memory loss
- Regeneration of tissue, including burns, wounds and wrinkles
- Anti-aging effects
- Relief of chronic inflammations and pain
- Reduction in the symptoms of chronic fatigue syndrome
Someone that has had surgery to their lymph nodes has most had Lymphatic Massage suggested by their doctor. Lymph Drainage therapy is intended to be comfortable if it is done by a certified professional. Also, the type of massage that you chose should be dedicated to Lymphatic Drainage since other massage techniques can be too heavy to properly distribute the fluids. For more information about this procedure please contact Massage Works Fort Wayne. If this is a service you are looking to book please click BOOK NOW.