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    Manual Lymphatic Drainage (MLD) is a technique that is very specific in direction, stroke, and pressure in order to effectively move fluid out of a swollen area. Lymphatic Massage implies that the therapist glides over the skin with oil. True Manual Lymphatic Drainage actually stretches skin gently and does not use any type of lubricant.

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    Manual Lymphatic Drainage (MLD), also known as lymphatic massage, is a gentle touch therapy that promotes heath and aids recovery from certain illnesses. This powerful yet subtle technique can reduce or prevent fluid retention, enhances the removal of toxins from body tissues, and support the immune system.
    Fluoroscopy guided manual lymphatic drainage is a new type of MLD. What it is. Fluoroscopy guided manual lymphatic drainage uses specialised massage techniques to help move lymph fluid and reduce the swelling. It is also called the ‘Fill and Flush’ method. FG-MLD is a way of doing manual lymphatic drainage based on research that used a new Lymphatic drainage is an important part of lympdoedema treatment. It’s a form of massage that helps stimulate the lymphatic system and encourages the flow of lymph fluid. This encourages lymph to drain out of the affected area into an area that drains normally. Manual lymphatic drainage (MLD) is a
    Manual Lymphatic Drainage (MLD) Massage: Upper Extremity (Arm) • Use 3 fingers to gently massage the soft spot at the area where your neck and shoulder meet. (Number 1) • Gently massage both sides of your neck, just below your ears.
    Manual lymphatic drainage encourages the movement of the lymphatic system, which reduces swelling and puffiness, induces relaxation, and improves the skin’s tone and texture. Manual lymphatic drainage was originally developed by Emil and Estrid Vodder, both physical therapists in the 1930s.
    Manual Lymph Drainage ad modum Dr. Vodder. This is a gentle, non-invasive manual technique that has a powerful effect on the body. Research in Australia, Europe and North

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