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Contraindications for Manual Lymphatic Drainage

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Manual Lymphatic Drainage (MLD) is a gentle and safe massage therapy technique. This protocol effectively reduces pain and soreness in tissues and joints and mechanically reduces swelling and bruising of tissues after surgery. It’s also effective in preparing you for surgery because it activates the lymphatic system before the trauma…

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Jen McGahan

Jen McGahan

Curious mom, writer, & lymphatic massage therapist. I teach a persuasive writing course, too. Start here: https://www.jenmcgahan.com/power-words

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