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Fibrin And Electro Lymphatic Therapy

Fibrin -And Electro Lymphatic Therapy
admin Nov 14, 2020

Fibrin And Electro Lymphatic Therapy

Fibrin

Today we’ll be discussing Fibrin and Electro Lymphatic Therapy (ELT ), a lymphatic drainage therapy that has the potential to reduce fibrin.

 

But first, what is fibrin?

 

And why do we produce it?

 

Fibrin, an insoluble protein, is produced by the body in response to bleeding or inflammation, according to studies by the Mayo Clinic.

 

And plays a major role in the development and exacerbation of fibroids, ovarian cysts, endometriosis, and endometriosis.

 

Fibrin often run in families, therefore a genetic component may play a part.

 

But it’s also believed that hormones (estrogen and progestorone) as well as genetics, play a roll too.

 

And most common in women during reproductive years.

 

To dive deep refer to the actual article by Mayo Clinic.

 

How does ELT help with fibrin and fibroids?

 

Electro Lymphatic Therapy (ELT), also known as Lymphatic Drainage Therapy, is a wonderful therapy, used in the wellness commuinty, that can potentially break up fibrin.

 

Achieved by bursting the fibrin into minute particles for easier transport, through lymphatic channels,

 

and then carried away into the flow of fluids, helped by the stimulation of the ELT instrument.

 

ELT has been noted for breaking up scar tissue, as well as ushering out inflammation and edema.

 

How does fibrin occur?

 

Unfortunately the causes of fibrin are mysterious according to Mayo Clinic.

 

However research and clinical experience point to these factors:

 

  • Genetic changes

  • Hormones

  • Other growth factors

  • Extracellular matrix (ECM), a material that makes cells stick together

 

What are the signs of fibrin buildup?

  • Heavy menstrual bleeding

  • Menstrual periods lasting more than a week

  • Pelvic pressure or pain

  • Frequent urination

  • Difficulty emptying the bladder

  • Constipation

  • Backache or leg pains

When should I see a doctor?

According to Mayo, see your doctor if you have:

  • Pelvic pain that doesn’t go away

  • Overly heavy, prolonged or painful periods
  • Spotting or bleeding between periods
  • Difficulty emptying your bladder
  • Unexplained low red blood cell count (anemia)

How do I make an appointment for ELT?

Schedule Appointment or give us a call at (323) 206-2282
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