Manual Lymphatic Drainage Massage

Hannah has completed training in manual lymphatic drainage, the aim of this therapy is to aid the body in moving the lymphatic fluid that carries away waste products. In turn this movement of fluid can help to reduce swelling.

The technique uses light stretching style massage to promote the movement of fluid to the nearest lymph nodes to drain and prevent build up and stagnation of lymphatic fluid.

The treatment can be used as a general tonic to the body cleaning out congested areas and promoting relaxation. 

Under medical advice, the treatment can be used after surgery to help with:

  • Recovering from cancer treatment.
  • Post surgery swelling.
  • Lymphoedema.
  • Chronic venous insufficiency.
  • Psychological stress.

Medical consent is required for people with current and ongoing conditions. Please get in contact if you are unsure whether you would require medical consent.

Our Manual Lymphatic Drainage Massage Team

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