What To Expect
The treatment will then be provided to the body inorder to ensure proper flow.
- Usually performed with the patient in the lying position.
- The unaffected lymph nodes and region of the body are treated first.
- Moves proximal to distal to drain the affected areas.
- Slow and rhythmical movements.
- Uses gentle pressure.
The gentle, rhythmic, pumping, massage movements follow the direction of lymph flow and produce rapid results. For MLD to be effective, use of the proper specialist technique and adaptation of the length of individual therapy sessions to meet the needs of the pathology concerned are essential. In comparison with other forms of massage, MLD sessions can be lengthy. A typical MLD session requires anything from 30 minutes to 60 minutes, but may be extended to 90 minutes, depending on the treatment requirements.
Cash, cheques, debit, Etransfer, Visa and Mastercard are accepted.
If you need to cancel or rebook an appointment please give 24 hours notice. If 24 hours isn’t given, We will charge a cancellation fee of 50% of the appointment. This will need to be paid before rebooking.
You help to control wait times. If the appointment begins promptly at the scheduled time, we can keep wait times stay to a minimum.
All accounts are the responsibility of the client. Your supplemental or extended health care insurance plan may provide coverage for Manual Lymphatic Drainage (MLD). We will issue a receipt for each payment for this purpose.
Frequency of Visits
Will vary from client to client.
For more information please call our office.