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Lymphatic Drainage Massage Miami

Sapphire After Lipo Therapy is a center specialized in Lymphatic Massage based in Miami. We meet people suffering from pain, swelling, bruising and skin hardening and also showing uncomfortable lumps known as fibrosis. Combining various massage techniques, we accelerate circulation and the drainage of the lymphatic fluid thus producing total recovery from the first sessions. Sapphire After Lipo Therapy offers its patients the most complete Post Lipo Massage.

Lymphatic Drainage Massage Benefits. The main objective of Drainage and our therapies is to accelerate the healing process reducing Fibrosis, Scarring and pain, the typical effects of a Liposuction, Tummy Tuck or any other type of surgery in the shortest amount of time possible.

Lymphatic Massage is a type of massage that aims to activate the natural drainage of lymph. This type of massage is included in our post lipo massage to reduce inflammation caused by excessive accumulation of fluids and toxic waste in the body that originate after any cosmetic surgery. See also lymphatic massage after liposuction.

The lymphatic massage can also reduce edema in pregnant women; pregnant woman accumulates large amounts of liquids that cannot be removed by the lymphatic system natural process due to weight gain. In our experience we have achieved amazing results when combined the lymphatic massage with the techniques of ultra-cavitation, vacuum therapy, and ultrasound massage in patients receiving an after lipo massage. See recent Testimonials Massage Therapist Miami
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Contraindications to Lymphatic Drainage Massage

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Other Benefits of Lympatic Drainage Massage

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