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What is Lymphatic Drainage Therapy?

 

When toxic overload happens, Lymphatic Drainage Therapy may be the perfect remedy for you.

Signs of toxic overload can be low immunity, fatigue, allergies, depression, and extreme medication exposure, for example.

And, other symptoms can be edema (fluid swelling), Seroma (fluid bumps), bruising, and scar tissue (dense hard tissue), as a result of cosmetic reconstructive surgery.

Lymphatic drainage relieves multiple symptoms by rinsing tissue and fluids, and then releasing the toxins through lymphatic channels.

As a result, many people report renewed energy and balance.

 

Does lymphatic drainage therapy hurt?

 

If the term sounds frightful, rest assure, it’s neither painful nor scary.

Most patients report a soothing sensation during their session, and then go merrily about their daily routine.

 

How is the treatment administered?

 

The treatment itself is administer by a practitioner using a handheld device, emitting a specific light energy field over the surface of the body.

This light ignites cellular respiration and stimulates the flow of fluids.

And burst dense stubborn particles, such as cysts, fibrin and seroma’s into minute particles and ushered out of the body through the lymphatic system.

 

What are some of the benefits of  lymphatic drainage?

Lymphatic drainage has numerous benefits that include:

 

  • Fluid detoxification
  • Tissue regeneration
  • Reduced inflammation
  • Breakdown dead blood cells and proteins
  • Remove die-off
  • Reduce swelling, edema and scar tissue
  • Fat reduction
  • Better mobility

 

How should I prepare?

 

Patients should arrive with a dry body, meaning, no lotions, perfumes, makeup, deodorant or jewelry.

Be as natural as possible.

Certain conditions prevent treatment such as persons with chronic disease, installed metal devises, or pacemakers, for example.

If you have concerns, speak to our practitioners about additional contraindications, or request a pdf intake form.

 

How do I make an appointment?

 

Simply call (323) 206-2282 or schedule online at www.clenz.la