Lymphatic Massage near you in Hyattsville, MD (2)

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    Royal House Of Body

    10.1 mi Temple Hills, 20748

    Post Op Lymphatic Drainage Massage

    This service is the most important after surgery. It starts with an invigorating warm-up, stimulating specific body points during blood circulation. Most of the work is done manually, which is perfect for aligning and exalting your curves. We will also perform skin tightening procedures that will not affect your skin and muscle attachment process. All of our designs originated in Colombia. Results: can be seen immediately/results may vary. *MOBILE SERVICE ONLY*
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    4 Lymphatic Massage

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  • Washington Institute of Natural Medicine, Olney MD Location

    13.1 mi Mystic Ct, Olney, 20832

    Lymphatic massage (Contact first to confirm)

    Lymphatic Drainage Manual Therapy Massage Lymphatic drainage manual therapy is a specialized body work technique that is provided by advanced trained licensed/certified health care practitioners such as Nursing Personnel, Medical Technicians, Massage Therapists, Aestheticians, and Physical Therapists, that have been additionally trained and certified in Lymphatic Drainage. This therapy applies repetitive pressure at lymph node sites and a stroking technique along lymph vessels that stimulates the movement and removal of fluid. This therapy assists with: - Post surgical swelling - Lymph edema with Cancer and other ailments - Post liposuction swelling, liposuction after care - Inflammation - Sinusitis and sinus pressure - Arthritis and sore joints - Gastritis - Back pain - Neck pain - Dizziness - Foot pain - Full feeling in head - Foggy thinking - Addison's Disease - Stiffness - Puffy eyes - Swollen ankles - Face lift post-surgical effects and more... Ultrasound Can be added for some conditions, in order to increase the effect of the therapy. Ultrasound usage will have to be evaluated by the practitioner in order to determine the best timing, and if it will be appropriate for the condition needing treatment. Post-Surgical Patients may start ultrasound after three or more weeks, all depending upon the case and the recommendations of the surgeon. It is typically added to a surgical patient's care when the swelling has become more dense and difficult to remove, with scar tissue, adhesions, and fibrosis. If these or similar issues are not seen then ultrasound is not necessarily needed. It can also be used to speed up the fluid removal process. To best serve you please Call or email to discuss your future appointment. After a brief consult we will scheduled your appointment. (301) 538-9540,

    Natural Health Exam (Contact first to confirm)

    The natural health exam is a comprehensive study of the human body using observation skills from the Orient and Europe. It is a preventative approach focusing on organ system efficiency and cleansing. Its goal is to heal the internal workings of the human body rather than just treating symptoms. By improving the condition of the organs and tissues, symptoms will begin to dissipate. The natural health exam looks for imbalances prior to and during a disease state. These imbalances point the practitioner in the proper direction for healing the areas of concern. It also helps with disease prevention. These methods are considered to be a component of Naturopathology, which augments conventional medical care. Listed below are the components of a natural health exam provided at the Washington Institute. Hara Study Iridology Tongue Observation Pulse Reading Oriental Visual/Face Observation Kinesiology Client History Teaching Bio-Energy Field Testing Remedy Testing Homeopathic Constitutional Review To best serve you please Call or email to discuss your future appointment. After a brief consult we will scheduled your appointment. (301) 538-9540,
    1h 30min