Manual Lymphatic Drainage
Manual Lymphatic Drainage: Immediate well-being and lightness.
Manual lymphatic drainage is a special massage technique created by Doctor Vodder in the 1930s.
With very slow, rhythmic and small pressures, from the periphery to the center of the trunk, it accelerates the lymphatic outflow. So it frees the tissue interstitium from the accumulated fluids.
The effect of lymphatic drainage is of immediate wellbeing. Consequently the patient immediately feels a sensation of lightness. Appearance and color of the skin also improve. In the case of wounds, for example, an acceleration of the healing process is observed from the first sessions.