Sacramento Lymphatic Drainage Massage After Liposuction.
Sacramento liposuction lymphatic drainage massage is a much sought after massage therapy treatment requested of Vicki Mah, at Release the Pain. It is now not uncommon for people to have liposuction done for a quick way to reshape one or more areas of the body.
The areas liposuction is typically used on are considered "problem" areas that have not responded well to diet and exercise. These areas may include the outer thighs and hips on women and the waist and back on men. Additionally, the face, neck, abdomen, back, buttocks, legs, and upper arms are all commonly treated areas.
Liposuction is sometimes used in combination with other cosmetic surgery procedures, such as a "tummy tuck" (abdominoplasty), breast reduction, or face-lift.
According to WebMD., liposuction may also be used to treat certain medical conditions, including:
Benign fatty tumors (lipomas).
Abnormal enlargement of the male breasts (gynecomastia or pseudogynecomastia).
Problems with metabolism of fat in the body (lipodystrophy).
Excessive sweating in the armpit area (axillary hyperhidrosis).
Liposuction is not used to treat obesity. It will not get rid of cellulite or stretch marks."
Lymphatic Drainage Massage Benefits:
Mellissa Gallagher has this to say about the benefits of having lymphatic drainage massages, following liposuction procedures:
Lymphatic drainage therapy protocols, techniques and procedures can easily, quickly and painlessly minimizes facial bruising, facial swelling and minimizes scarring and reduces the redness of scars from 1,2,5,10, 15+ years post surgery
What is Lymphatic Drainage?
Lymph Therapy alleviates numerous conditions related to swelling, water retention, edema, lymphedema and physical traumas. It also addresses pregnancy, including engorgement, sore nipples (transient, chronic), plugged ducts, wounds, fissures, ulcerations, bruises and dermatitis (eczema).
Lymphatic drainage therapy also can provide relief from chronic inflammation and pre- and post-surgical applications, and can be used for cosmetic applications, such as mastoptosis, scars and traumas.
A massage therapist will help to stimulate the flow of your lymphatic system and will also break up protein clusters that can cause blockages and clog up the Lymphatic System.
While working on the Lymph, the treatment also stimulates the blood flow and helps prevent the blood cells from sticking together. Oxygen and nutrients can therefore be delivered to the body tissues more effectively.
For individuals recovering from cosmetic surgery on the face - enhanced circulation and oxygen flow speeds recovery. It's effect is similar to hyperbaric therapies which speed wound healing through the enhancement of oxygen to the cells of the body.
Benefits Of Lymphatic Drainage Massage Therapy post surgery recovery:
Science now shows that Lymphatic Therapy helps the body responds to certain frequencies in a way that allows a natural health professional to:
Clear lymph congestion
Reduces swelling and fluid retention from trauma, surgery or lymphedema
Speeds wound healing
Oxygenates the cells
Detoxifies the skin cells minimizing scar tissue build up
Reduce fibrocystic conditions
Promote collagen fiber production
Reduces fine lines, minimizes wrinkles
Reduces the appearance of cellulite
Promote overall wellness
Lymphatic Drainage Massage Face:
Lymphatic Massage moves congested or stagnant lymphatic fluid that builds around surgery and incision sites. By moving this congested fluid, lymphatic massage helps to enhance the circulation and flow of congested cellular matter - often excess blood from surgeries.
Clients will see a significant difference in the swelling and puffiness of their face, chin or neck after just one treatment. Facial bruising disappears after 3-4 treatments depending on the extent of capillary trauma.
It can work with and around ports and drains and the therapy is pain-free.
How Often Should I Massage My Stomach After Tummy Tuck?
Receiving treatment 2-3 days for a series of treatments post surgery is most helpful. Treatments can begin just a day after their face lifts, nose surgeries and liposuction surgeries.
Lymphatic therapist will work with and around ports and drains and the therapy is pain-free.
Each individual body chemistry and the extent of trauma from surgery varies. After an initial treatment, a therapist wil be able to recommend a specific healing program to meet your needs."