Liposuction After Care


Lymphatic Drainage Therapy


If you’re researching options for liposuction after care, then Lipo-Lymphatic Drainage Therapy could be your answer.

Lipo-lymphatic drainage therapy uses high frequency noble gas ionized technology.

And in my experience,  the best treatment available for liposuction recovery today.


What are the benefits of lymphatic drainage in liposuction recovery?


Lipo-lymphatic therapy reduces intense pressure and soreness by ushering out inflammation known as edema or (oedema).

And you can expect this result to begin after your first treatment.


Another benefit is the break-down of dense serous fluid, called Seroma’s or fluid waves and bumps.

Fluid waves and bumps may be noticeable immediately and more so as swelling reduces.

And this is quite common following liposuction.

But fear not, our treatment will arrest this issue too.


Another common side affect from liposuction is bruising and scar tissue forming around the incisions.

Lymphatic Drainage Therapy dissolves dead blood cells that form the bruising and breaks up dense scar tissue into minute particles.

The body is then able to absorb these smaller particles through lymphatic channels for elimination.


When should I begin treatment?


Right away in my opinion.

And quit possibly two in the first week if you’ve affected several locations.

In my experience, the longer you wait, dead cells will stabilize and become more difficult to break up.

But the main reason to begin right away is to relieve the intense discomfort from swelling.

And return to mobility.


Another common question is the number of treatments needed.


It varies depending upon the number of areas affected, your health, and age.

That said, most cases have required three treatments.

A testimony to the effectiveness of this technology.


What should I expect from this treatment you may wonder?


You should expect quick results and a pain free, relaxing experience.


How do I make an appointment?


You can easily book online at

Or call (323) 206-2282

Is there anything to prepare for?



It’s important to refrain from food and liquids one hour before treatment and to arrive with a dry body.

This means no lotions, deodorants, perfumes, makeup or jewelry.

Are there contraindications to consider?


Yes, here’s an example …

  • Implanted medical devices (Such as a pacemaker)
  • Implanted “metal” rods, brain coils, or pins
  • Time released medications
  • Pregnant
  • Active blood clot with pain
  • Blood thinner medication


Contact us by


Calling (323) 206-2282 or schedule online at