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    One treatment was manual lymphatic drainage (MLD) with compression bandage combination (bandage, exercise, and skin care) and it was compared to another treatment involving intermittent pneumatic compression (IPC) with self-lymphatic drainage (SLD). SLD is a simpler version of MLD and can easily be carried out by the patient or caretaker at home.
    Manual lymphatic drainage is a massage technique that is often recommended by cosmetic surgeons after a liposuction-based breast reduction procedure. The technique may help provide short-term relief from swelling and discomfort, but it may also help prevent hardening of the trapped fat and fluid that can become permanent.
    Many massage therapists consider lymphatic drainage to be a specialized set of techniques that do not factor into a daily massage practice. Many believe these specialized lymphatic techniques only apply to clients with lymphedema and involve extensive taping or complicated draping.
    After spa-goers have had a lymphatic drainage massage, they may never go back to a regular massage again! The Story Behind the Treatment The specific treatment, actually called manual lymph drainage (usually referred to as MLD) was developed in the 1930s in France by Emil Vodder, a Danish physical therapist, and his wife, Estrid, a naturopath.
    What is Manual Lymphatic Drainage (MLD)? Manual Lymph Drainage (MLD) is a light, skin stretching massage that is designed to help move lymph fluid back into remaining lymph vessels and reroute it out of your swollen limb. It is a very light and gentle massage that should not be confused with a traditional massage you may receive at a spa.
    Lymphatic De-Congestive Therapy. All is not lost. There is help and there is a solution. Traditional methods of manual lymphatic stimulation have proven to be minimally effective, but there is a better way. For the past 14 years I have included in my practice an exciting new form of treatment for patients with cancer and other chronic ailments
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