Combined Deep Tissue Oscillation and Manual Lymph Drainage Therapy

Background Information Manual Lymph Drainage

In France in the 1930's Dr. Emil Vodder had noticed that people who were suffering from chronic catarrh and sinus infections tended to have swollen lymph nodes (glands) and much against the medical practice of the time, started to work upon these lymph nodes. Working closely with his wife, Estrid Vodder, ND, they developed a specialist, advanced form of massage now known amongst health care professionals worldwide as Manual Lymphatic Drainage (MLD). MLD comprises very gentle, subtle, repetitive massage movements that are based on pumping and scooping, encouraging lymph to flow more freely through the tissues; renewing, nourishing, strengthening and regenerating cells, removing waste products and relaxing the nervous system. Application of MLD should be performed by certified Manual Lymph Drainage therapists who have undergone a specific training programme. Lymph Drainage can be utilized in the treatment of many different conditions including

Put with deep tissue ossilation

In the last four years, word of mouth recommendation has led many MLD therapists and Lymphoedema Nurse specialists to add the DEEP OSCILLATION® to their skills with positive treatment outcomes. The gentle, non-invasive and pleasant therapy is happily accepted by patients. It has proven effective in the reduction of stubborn fibrosis and with cording after breast cancer treatment, achieving high quality patient satisfaction.

Arm Lymphoedema following breast cancer surgery, patients can now manage the condition with a DEEP OSCILLATION® PERSONAL between visits to their MLD Therapist/ Lymphoedema Nurse Specialist.

DEEP OSCILLATION® therapy applied for Lymphoedema of the Arm following breast cancer surgery and node removal/damage