Lymphatic Services in Austin, Texas

Lymph drainage therapy is an advanced therapy in which the practitioner uses a range of specialized and gentle rhythmic techniques to move the skin in the direction of the lymph flow. This stimulates the lymphatic vessels that carry substances vital to the defense of the body, removing waste products.

Manual Lymph drainage can help a wide range of conditions such as:

Lymphedema: (primary or secondary) Primary is excessive accumulation of tissue fluid due to a disorder of the lymphatic vessel or nodes. Secondary, is an impaired lymphatic system due to surgery or node removal, which results in excessive accumulation of tissue fluid. Lymphedema is a chronic condition and usually worsens over time if left untreated. Complex Decongestive Physiotherapy (CDP) is the conservative treatment of choice for Lymphedema. CDP involves a regimen of manual therapy, medical compression (bandaging, wrappings of areas), skin care and isotonic exercises.

Toxic build-up, edema and fluid retention (puffy ankles, legs, eyes, bloating).

Cellulite and excess weight.

Migraine, Sinus, and Hay fever.

Acne, Rosacea, and other skin conditions, Scar tissue (old and new).

Stress, Anxiety, and Tension.

Pre and postoperative cases (cosmetic surgery, cancer or where lymph nodes have been removed or the lymphatic system is impaired in some way.



MLD Session: $90 per hour
Consists of 60 minute manual lymphatic drainage

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What is Gained From Lymphatic Services Within Austin, Texas

If you’ve made an appointment for lymphatic services in Austin, you might want to set aside a little time to take pleasure in all that Austin has to offer. Whether you are just visiting or a resident “Austinite,” you can find places to go and things to see in Austin every day of the week.  As the state capitol of Texas, it is rich in history and a hub for the art scene.  Bike enthusiast or not, there’s no denying the naturally scenic landscape makes Austin ideal for accommodating many outdoor activities.  Strolling around award-winning parks, picnicking at Lady Bird Lake, and exploring the nightlife on Sixth Street are not to be missed.  And thanks to creative types attending the University of Texas, art and music events keep Austin’s calendar full of opportunities to experience the “Live Music Capitol of the World.”     


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