What is Manual Lymphatic Drainage?
Manual Lymphatic Drainage (MLD) is a technique that uses gentle, rhythmic strokes to massage the lymph system and encourage it to transport fluid from swollen areas and back into the lymphatic system.
MLD is sometimes referred to as a lymphatic massage, it is not a massage.
While it utilizes light pressure touch to move lymph fluid, it does not involve manipulating muscles.
Who needs Manual Lymphatic Drainage?
Bailey specializes in treating people who have had reconstruction surgery using Vodder Technique.
It helps reduce swelling and can increase mobility during recovery.
If you’ve had the following:
- Gender Affirmation Surgery
- Breast Augmentation
- Brazilian Butt Lifts
- Tummy Tucks
Manual Lymphatic Drainage can help you.