About the Lymphatic System:
The lymphatic system is the body’s cleansing system and is essential for filtering out toxins and bacteria. It plays a crucial role in revitalization and in your body’s ability to heal. The lymphatic system has over 600 nodes specifically designed for the removal of impurities and the internal lubrication of the entire muscular-skeletal system as well as nourishing the entire
nervous system. Muscles tend to get hard and tight and then they shorten, drawing joints too close together and causing grinding of the bones, compression of nerves, restriction of vascular & lymph circulation, producing things like Loss of Range of Motion, High Blood Pressure and muscular & skeletal issues. This also produces inflammation especially in the joints. The Lymphatic System is the key to the human anatomy.
Breakdown of the Lymphatic System:
When the lymphatic system is not performing efficiently due to toxins, stress, illness or
accumulation of fluid from inflammation, blockage or damage to the lymph vessels, the body
can experience the depletion of the immune system. Lymphatic Massage provides immediate
relief for the following:
- Frequent headaches & migraine
- Frequent colds & Flu
- Joint Pain
- Loss of Appetite
- Mood irregularities
- Decreased flexibility & range of motion
- Pelvic Inflammatory Disease
- Prostate Cancer
How does the lymphatic massage help?
Lymphatic massage or Lymphatic drainage dates back to the 1930’s to promote health and aid recovery from certain illnesses, and is now widely used in European hospitals and clinics today. It is becoming better known in the U.S. due to its benefits for prevention and recovery from breast cancer. Lymphatic massage is used to promote general wellness, to reduce fluid retention & enhance removal of toxins from body tissues. When lymph flow is stimulated, impurities are flushed naturally resulting in a healthy body full of vitality & Normalization of Blood Pressure, Lymphatic massage can reduce the pain & inflammation associated with fluid retention. Whether swelling is due to an injury, cancer treatment, surgery or an illness such as Pelvic Inflammatory Disease, or Fibromyalgia, Patrick's Lymphatic massage can have miraculous benefits!