Therapeutic Post-Surgical Massage | Manual Lymphatic Drainage Massage
Manual Lymphatic Drainage or MLD is a unique massage therapy for regulating the fluid balance in the body for an active and healthy lymphatic system. It helps in boosting immunity and promoting blood flow. It involves using gentle brushing motions for mitigating swelling around the eyes, face, and neck for creating a rejuvenated appearance.
Board certified plastic surgeons at the Aesthetic Center for Plastic Surgery (ACPS) provide safe and proven non-surgical med spa services, including therapeutic post-surgical massage to patients in Houston, Texas, TX, and surrounding locations.
Health and Aesthetic Benefits
These are a few health and beauty benefits of a lymphatic massage:
- Increased blood flow
- Improved lymphatic drainage
- Strong immune system
- Reduced puffiness
- Radiant skin
- Enhanced ability for fighting acne outbreaks
- Improved skin appearance in patients with rosacea
You should ensure that you select a reliable and experienced treatment provider for performing these highly effective but complex massage therapies. Repeat treatments at regular intervals are recommended for best results.
Understanding Manual Lymphatic Drainage Massage
MLD is the technique of stimulating lymph flow within the body using gentle movements. The massage is designed to restore the body’s immune functions and to treat a wide range of health concerns. A licensed masseuse will apply light pressure and long strokes during the massage for moving the lymph fluid. Organs within the body will be able to get rid of toxins effectively.
Your lymphatic system will be restimulated with rhythmic hand strokes. This will also improve the flow of lymph fluid in the body. You should get a Manual Lymphatic Drainage performed only by a trained and licensed professional since pressure on lymph capillaries should be gentle and light.
Improve Your Immune System
You can enhance your immune system with lymphatic drainage by targeting the body’s lymph nodes. Lymph nodes are present under the throat, under-arms, groin area, and around the breasts. They perform an essential function of cleansing your blood.
Fluid and blood circulation in the lymphatic system get stimulated because of the lymphatic drainage massage, which helps in detoxifying the body. You should be prepared to be amazed after a single massage if you suffer from body inflammation, flu, infections, or just dull skin.
Reduce Anxiety, Stress and Fatigue
Any massage is effective in reducing stress levels. However, lymphatic drainage takes de-stressing to a whole next level. You will experience reduced cramps, pain, and soreness by applying pressure on certain body parts. People struggling with anxiety, panic attacks, stress and depression in a regular level will find themselves relaxed and rejuvenated after getting an MLS massage.
Acquire Glowing and Unblemished Skin
Lymphatic drainage massage has been observed to reduce conditions, such as eczema and acne. It is helpful in diminishing the appearance of scars as well. The massage can open skin pores that receive a special formulation of essential oils. Your skin will get rehydrated with the essential oils and gentle long stroking massage. It will leave you looking brighter and softer in the long run.
Cosmetic surgeons at the ACPS receive patients from Houston, Texas, TX, and nearby areas for innovative and advanced med spa services, such as therapeutic post-surgical massage.
Contact The Aesthetic Center for Plastic Surgery in Houston, Texas for More Information
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