Postoperative manual lymphatic drainage

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Current practice

Postoperative lymphatic drainage is one of the best formulas to avoid the discomfort and inflammation that may arise after surgery.

It consists of a series of gentle, light and concrete maneuvers and with a certain order that seek to help the lymph, which is the one that causes inflammation, to reach its corresponding nodules and the bloodstream. Therefore, this massage has to stimulate the main nodules and guide the lymph so that it can return to its place to drain the liquid.

Optionally it can be accompanied by an ultrasound and radiofrequency device that improves the final result.

After the intervention, the appearance of bruised areas, although they will disappear over time, can be somewhat painful and uncomfortable. With postoperative lymphatic drainage, the patient will recover much faster and with better results after the operation, being able to return to normal life sooner.

When can I start treatment?

Always under medical prescription, treatment can be started 10 days after the intervention.

In many cases, it is also recommended to do 3-4 sessions before surgery, as it helps prepare the skin at the level of hydration and circulation.

How many sessions are needed?

The ideal is to do between 10 and 20 sessions, two or three times a week, depending on what the specialist prescribes and as the patient evolves.

Benefits of post-surgical manual drainage


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