(Manual Lymphatic Drainage Treatment Service Singapore
Are you suffering from these?
- Water or Fluid retention
Do you feel constantly tired andÂ lethargic or some parts of your body will gets soft with “watery feeling”?
These are some symptoms ofÂ lymph blockage. A lymph blockage reduces the ability for the body to defend against bacteria or viral infections.
IntroducingÂ Manual Lymphatic Drainage (MLD)
Manual Lymphatic Drainage, popularly referred to as MLD, is a gentle massage therapy that helps improve the natural circulation of lymphatic fluids in the body. It is a popular treatment administered to patients who suffer from lymphedema which is a disease characterized by blocking of the lymph nodes which eventually causes swelling of the arms and legs. Manual lymph drainage was devised in the early 1930â€™s in Europe where it was used as a method of detoxifying and removing regular waste accumulated in the body. Nowadays people all over the world have embraced the practice as a way to get rid of excess body fluids as well as improve the overall functionality of the lymphatic system.
As professional therapists in manual lymph drainage massage therapy, we ensure that every touch is meant to make your body more healthy and rejuvenated. A massage session is performed by gently massaging strategic points where the lymph is accumulated in order to make it flow freely. First of all, our qualified therapists apply a light form of circular massage on the clientâ€™s skin. We always recommend that the massage be performed on the bare skin without using any massage creams and lotions for it to be effective. He or she will then apply mild strokes while carefully massaging towards the heart. This method usually helps to stretch the walls of the lymph vessels which is the initial step towards promotion of lymph drainage. In order to attain satisfactory results, our massage therapists many opt for any of the ways listed below.
Benefits Of Manual Lymphatic Drainage
The benefits ofÂ manual lymphatic drainageÂ :
- Reduces swelling and pain
- Accelerates healing
- Increases functional tissue ( i.e. skin replaces skin rather than a scar)
- Decreases scar formation
- Promotes soft, pliable tissues
- Suitable for those with sensitive skin
- Improves immunity
As a measure of ensuring that our clients are attended to in the most appropriate manner, our massage therapists are certified to perform manual lymph drainage. We also ensure that our services are performed in a clean environment using natural methods.
Manual Lymphatic Drainage Pump Technique
During pump method, a massage therapist will place his or her palms face down on the patientâ€™s skin. He then makes ovoid strokes using his fingers and thumbs on strategic places which promote waste disposal from the body.
Manual Lymph Drainage Scoop strokes
To perform this manual lymph drainage technique in the best way possible, our massage therapist will carefully position his or her palms facing upwards. The fingers need to be outstretched in a position that makes the hands cupped to resemble a scoop. The therapist will then apply multiple twisting strokes on the patientâ€™s skin in order to promote flow of lymph hence waste removal.
Manual Lymph Drainage RotaryÂ Technique
During the Rotary method, the beauty massage therapist will massage a patientâ€™s skin in circular motion using the palms. Wrists are then used to apply or reduce pressure generated by the strokes.
Manual Lymphatic DrainageÂ Stationary CirclesÂ Technique
Here, a therapist applies circular strokes while in a stationary position. This is effectively achieved when the therapist uses his or her fingertips to make circular motions. The stationary circles method is mostly applied on the face, neck and lymph nodes.
Certification - Dr Vodder School International
Our Manual Lymphatic Drainage Therapists are certified by Dr Vodder School International.Â Dr. Vodder School International provides the highest quality education in the original Dr. Vodder method of Manual Lymph Drainage and Combined Decongestive Therapy.