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  • Infections related bacteria, virus or fungus.
  • Eliminates pain.
  • Helps in curing injuries.
  • Eliminates the feeling of fatigue.
  • Lymphatic Drainage Massage benefits a myriad of medical conditions. The most common medical reason for lymphatic obstruction is the removal or enlargement of lymph nodes. Common causes of lymphedema include infection with parasites, injury, radiation therapy, skin infections, surgery, or tumors.
    I personally combine a few distinct massage techniques to obtain ultimate therapeutic results.
    The first technique (a combination of Structural Integration and Myofascial Release) encourages the movement of stored fluids in the target areas.  Directing lymph out of the lymph nodes of that specific area aides in the process of removal of the excess fluids
    My second technique (Trigger Point Therapy), releases any spasms in the muscles surrounding the blocked site. If an area has undergone trauma, stress, overuse, or injury specific trigger points are activated thereby increasing widespread pain, tension, decreasing range of motion and more importantly the flow of lymph. Eliminating trigger points above and below your clogged site will encourage a more rapid release of excess fluid. Simply one muscle in spasm could pull your body out of alignment, thereby restricting the flow of lymph in the affected area producing the retention of lymph and uncomfortable swelling.
    Finally, I employ the use of a 1MHz Ultrasound over the affected and appropriate area of congested lymph nodes. Ultrasound can be highly effective in treating the surrounding connective tissue by encouraging the slow-moving blocked lymph nodes to release fluid.
    Due to the diverse nature and severity of each individual medical condition, it is difficult to determine the amount of treatments that patients receiving Lymphatic Drainage Massage for medical purposes should receive. 

    Lymphatic Drainage Massage is a type of massage intended to stimulate the lymphatic system by releasing blockages and assisting the natural circulation required for the elimination of metabolic waste, excess fluids, and bacteria from the body.
    Your lymphatic system facilitates the removal of excess water, wastes, toxins and foreign substances from your body tissues. It is also responsible for identifying, containing and destroying disease-producing microorganisms in the body. It is made up of capillaries, vessels, lymph nodes, organs and bone marrow.
    During the Lymphatic Drainage massage, the lymph nodes are gently "pumped" releasing blockages from accumulated waste. The elimination of toxins is then encouraged with a massage specifically designed to use the correct pressure and direction to stimulate the flow of the lymphatic fluid.. As a direct result, you will experience a decrease in swelling, bloating, sinus pressure and a lighter, cleaner feeling overall.

    FOR  MEDICAL CONDITIONS

    • Strengthens the bodies Immune System.
    • Gives a substantial boost to metabolism.
    • Helps in curing injuries.
    • Pre-Surgery will boost the healing process post-surgery.
    • Post-Surgery cures cosmetic issues.​

    LYMPHATIC DRAINAGE MASSAGE

    MASSAGE  THERAPY and SKIN CARE serving Debary, Deltona, Orange City & Deland.

    Lymphatic Drainage Massage is a type of massage intended to stimulate the lymphatic system by releasing blockages and assisting the natural circulation required for the elimination of metabolic waste, excess fluids, and bacteria from the body.
    Your lymphatic system facilitates the removal of excess water, wastes, toxins and foreign substances from your body tissues. It is also responsible for identifying, containing and destroying disease-producing microorganisms in the body. It is made up of capillaries, vessels, lymph nodes, organs and bone marrow.
    During the Lymphatic Drainage massage, the lymph nodes are gently "pumped" releasing blockages from accumulated waste. The elimination of toxins is then encouraged with a massage specifically designed to use the correct pressure and direction to stimulate the flow of the lymphatic fluid.. As a direct result, you will experience a decrease in swelling, bloating, sinus pressure and a lighter, cleaner feeling overall.

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    Regarding Cosmetic Procedures, Lymphatic Drainage Massages are extremely beneficial in accelerating the healing process and in improving the overall physical results of your procedure.
    I personally combine a few distinct massage techniques to obtain unparalleled results.
    The first technique (a combination of Structural Integration and Myofascial Release) encourages the movement of stored fluids in the liposuction areas to the lymphatic drainage system. Removing the excess fluids closes the gap between the removed tissues and allows the area to heal much faster. 
    My second technique (Trigger Point Therapy), releases any spasms in the muscles surrounding the injection site. If an area has undergone trauma, stress, overuse, or injury specific trigger points are activated thereby increasing widespread pain, tension, decreasing range of motion and more importantly the flow of lymph. Eliminating trigger points above and below your injection sites will encourage a more rapid excess of fluid. This technique is extremely important for sustaining optimal esthetic results. Simply one muscle in spasm could pull your body out of alignment, thereby creating the illusion of an imbalance at the injection sites. 
    NOTE: I do not directly or vigorously massage over the areas of injection. Your doctor has skillfully and intentionally sculpted your body to be esthetically pleasing.
    Finally, I employ the use of a 1MHz Ultrasound over the liposuction areas. Ultrasound can be highly effective in treating the connecting tissue by breaking up scar tissue adhesion. Additionally, the ultrasound will aid in the removal of fluid.
    Directly after surgery, your massages may be uncomfortable feeling. (You are being massaged in areas that are still tender and bruised.) But you will feel the benefit of faster healing.
    For optimal results, post liposuction patients should receive Lymphatic Drainage Massage once or twice a week for the first six to twelve weeks following the procedure.

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    FOR  COSMETIC PROCEDURES

    ​​​Jennifer Giagonelli ​

    ​THERAPEuTIC MASSAGE & SKIN CARE

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