Manual Lymph Drainage Therapy

A gentle, soothing, non-invasive technique, which significantly improves the activity of the lymph vessels. Its efficiency lies in its intricacy, preciseness and focus. Unlike regular massage, MLD does not increase the movement of fluids from the blood vessels into the tissues and therefore does not increase the tissue congestion. In fact research shows that MLD significantly reduces tissue congestion and oedema. As well as being highly effective in the treatment of a broad range of acute and chronic conditions, MLD can be used as part of a health maintenance programme to assist the lymphatic system to remove metabolic wastes, excess water, toxins, bacteria, large protein molecules and foreign substances from the body tissues and generally aid the circulation of the lymph. MLD also assists the body to heal more rapidly from injuries, surgical trauma and chronic conditions.

Manual Lymph Drainage Therapy Practitioners

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  • Certificate Lymph Taping (Medical Taping Concepts  2012)
  • Low Level Laser Safety Training (Device Technologies  2012)
  • Oncology Massage Module 1 & 2 (2008 & 2010)
  • Diploma Remedial Massage HLT50307 (Natural Health Academy 2009)
  • Participant facilitator training The Gawler Foundation’s ‘Living Well’ Cancer,Healing Wellbeing Program (2008)
  • Certified Dr. Vodder Manual Lymph Drainage and Combined Decongestive Therapist ( 2005)
  • Certificate lV in Massage  (The Massage Study Centre 2004)
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  • Complex Lymphatic Therapy (Casley-Smith method)
  • Oncology Massage certification to the highest level
  • Diploma Remedial Massage
  • Diploma Kinesiology
  • Advanced Diploma Bowen therapy
 
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