Lymphe Massage

Lymphe Massage
The quickest way to recovery
During surgery, the skin tissues are traumatized. This trauma is expressed thru the following symptoms:
Subcutaneous hemorrhages, which without the appropriate treatment, may become skin hardenings.

Swelling-following surgery, an increased protein level at the intracellular margin can be noted. The protein absorbs fluids, thus causing the formation of swelling.
Inflammation, pain, uncomfortability- following surgery, there is an increase in the activity of the sympathetic system, and as a result an amplification of the feeling of pain, uncomfortability and inflammation.

Scarring or skin irregularities-during surgery, a separation between the different skin layers is executed, and consequently cell debris appears, hindering and preventing the fusion of the separated skin layers.
Feeding and nourishing-following surgery, the operated tissue requires increased feeding and nourishment.

Within the comprehensive treatment rendered in our clinic, before and after surgery, we recommend a lymphatic drainage/massage as the most appropriate and effective tool to resolve these phenomena.

Lymphatic (drainage) massage-the quickest way to recovery
A gentle, rhythmic massage technique of the skin, performed at a depth of 1-2mm. This technique moves and motivates the skin, applying pressure to the tissues in order to accomplish:
Pain reduction.
Redness reduction.
Skeletal muscle relaxation.
Improving the delivery of nutrients to the tissue and draining the cellular debris from it, while creating a healthy environment for the operated tissue.
This service is rendered at the Dermocosmetic Unit, and it performed under the supervision of Dr. Haim Kaplan, an expert in cosmetic plastic and reconstructive surgery.
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