Lymphatic drainage after the procedure
Lymphatic drainage is one of the key elements of rehabilitation after general and aesthetic surgery. It involves stimulation of the lymphatic system through the use of specific techniques and specialized movements that cause a lymphatic overflow. It prevents lymphatic stasis, reduces swelling and accelerates the absorption of bruises. It improves the correct removal of residual, unnecessary metabolic substances from the areas of the body undergoing surgical intervention. If regularly conducted, it significantly shortens the time of patients’ return to their daily activities.
Lymphoedema (primary and secondary)
oedema due to inactivity
oedema accompanying disorders of arterial circulation
chronic inflammatory oedema
idiopathic oedema – unknown background