Lymphatic Drainage

Woman lying on her back on a massage table receiving a lymphatic drainage massage from a massage therapist.

Lymphatic Drainage

Lymphatic drainage is a type of massage used to encourage the natural drainage of the lymph, a clear fluid that travels through the lymphatic vessels and helps remove waste products and toxins from the body. The massage uses very light, rhythmic strokes to stimulate the lymphatic vessels, which helps to move the fluid through the body more efficiently. This can help to reduce swelling and inflammation, as well as improve the overall functioning of the immune system. Lymphatic drainage is often used to treat lymphedema, a condition in which there is a buildup of lymph fluid in the tissues, and to help recover after surgery or injury. It is gentle and non-invasive and can be done on most areas of the body.

Donald Whitfield​ is certified in Lymphatic Drainage and works with a lot of post-surgery clients & people dealing with inflammation & lymphedema. Donald has found great success in helping clients in this way. Feel free to make an appointment with him anytime for this service.

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