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Manual Lymphatic Drainage (MLD) is an advanced therapy in which the practitioner uses a range of specialised and gentle rhythmic pumping techniques to move the skin in the direction of the lymph flow. This stimulates the lymphatic vessels which carry ...

Each patient has different requirements, but an MLD session lasts on average an hour. Each session starts with a very gentle, almost featherlight, massage which opens up the lymphatic channels to improve drainage. I then usually move on to using ...

No, there are none. MLD treatment involves massage and external bandaging so is not invasive.  No drugs, medicines or other preparations are used.

Lymphoedema, chronic oedema or elephantiasis occurs when the lymphatics do not remove adequate amounts of fluid from the tissues. This creates an oedema swelling in any affected part of the body. Lymphoedema can be either: primary, where it occurs because ...

As part of the MLD treatment, I use a Hivamat machine which provides DEEP OSCILLATION® therapy. DEEP OSCILLATION® is an internationally patented, proven technology based on the effects of creating an electrostatic field in the tissue of the patient. ...

Lipoedema is almost certainly a genetic inherited condition which almost always affects only women, although there are very rare reports of men with similar signs and symptoms. In Lipoedema the hips, buttocks and legs of women who have it are out of ...

That very much depends on the terms of your policy.  Please check with your insurer if you are unsure.