A Helping Hand for Lymphatic Drainage
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qualitypointtech.net — “Patients with systemic sclerosis in the edematous phase may gain better hand function and reduced edema thanks to a manual lymph drainage massage technique. Medscape Medical News” View full resource at qualitypointtech.net
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Botulinum Toxin (Dysport or Botox): lumps, bumps and bruises ~ Will Icing Help Lump After Botox Injection?
realself.com — “Ice, pressure, head elevation, manual lymphatic drainage and arnica (oral and topical) are all good maneuvers to minimize bruising after Botulinum...” View full resource at realself.com
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massagemag.com — “As stone therapy has evolved during the 17 years of my involvement, I have watched many modalities benefit by the introduction of stones. Hot and cold stones bring an added dimension to many modalities and techniques. Anything you can do with your hands can be done with stones--with, perhaps, one exception: lymphatic drainage. The weight of the stones seems to inhibit the light touch needed to perform this technique.” View full resource at massagemag.com
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