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Liposuction & Lymphatic Drainage

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admin Apr 28, 2020

Liposuction & Lymphatic Drainage

If you’re considering fat removal, then Liposuction and Lymphatic Drainage for recovery go hand in hand.

 

Lymphatic Drainage is a specialized treatment which accelerates liposuction recovery, as well as cosmetic reconstruction of any kind.

 

Areas of the body such as abdomen, flanks, inner thighs, outer thighs, knees, back, arms and breast in men, are commonly treated via liposuction.

 

Most surgeons recommended beginning lymphatic drainage treatment 4 – 5 days following surgery.

 

After a procedure like liposuction or cosmetic reconstruction, tissue can produce excess fluid as the body reacts to the traumatic action of fat removal.

 

Even with minor procedures, or laser liposuction, patients may experience a degree of tissue disruption, leading to an accumulation of excess fluid and discomfort.

 

And, in some cases, pockets of fibrosis may form, leading to hardened areas of scar tissue, as well as fluid bumps called Seroma.

 

But worry not because Clenz Lymphatic Drainage can breakdown any lumps or bumps, and do it pain free.

 

What is Lymphatic Drainage

 

Clenz Lymphatic Drainage is an advanced scientific technique that reduces excess swelling, known as oedema or edema.

 

As well as removing fluid collection, it’s also very effective in removing bruising, scar tissue and fibrin.

 

Other attributes involve advanced circulation of blood and lymphatic fluids which stimulate your own body’s healing process.

 

What should I expect

 

After one session, up to 20% of fluid and bruising can drain from the body over a 24 hour period, as well as proportional discomfort.

 

With each treatment you get better and better, and begin to see the rewards of your surgery.

 

However, each recovery is different, depending on number of locations worked on, overall health and well being.

 

Most doctors will advise you when you begin lymphatic drainage treatment.

 

In conclusion

 

Contraindications may apply such as metal implants or other impairments.

 

Contact us today at (323) 206-2282,  to learn if Lymphatic Drainage Therapy is right for you.

 

 

How can I schedule an appointment?

 

 

Click here to book online Schedule Appointment

 

 

Or call us today at (323) 206 – 2282

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