Unlike typical massage, Lymphatic Drainage Massage (LDM) gently and effectively clears lymphatic congestion, while also improving circulation, minimizing swelling and water retention. The benefits of LDM are many - from stress reduction to surgical recovery, clearer skin and improved immunity, it’s no wonder why this seemingly magical massage technique is gaining rapid popularity around the world.BOOK NOWBOOK CONSULTATION
A lymphatic drainage massage is a gentle form of massage that facilitates the movement of lymph fluids around the body. The lymphatic system is a vital component of your immune system and serves many functions, such as maintaining proper fluid levels throughout the body, absorbing digestive tract fats, removal of cellular waste, and protecting you from illness-causing invaders.
We are certified in three different types of lymphatic drainage massage techniques, all of which have their unique uses and health benefits. Whether your goal is to slim and sculpt, speed up the post-operative recovery process, or gently detoxify and strengthen your body’s overall immune function, our team will determine the best technique for your specific goals.
A well-known celebrity favorite, Brazilian LDM is the perfect option for patients seeking a leaner, more sculpted figure. This technique eliminates waste, toxins, and excess fluid retention by stimulating the natural draining of the lymph nodes.
Post Operative LDM
Swelling, bruising, and pain are common side effects following most surgical procedures. Post-op LDM helps speed up the recovery process and alleviate common surgical side effects.
Also known as the Vodder method, this type of LDM is a fantastic mind-body tool to add to your wellness arsenal! Patients who regularly receive Manual LDM report an increase in energy, mental clarity, and overall well-being.
The recommended frequency for LDM varies, depending on your unique needs and the state of your lymphatic system. We recommend 1-2 massages per month for slimming and sculpting, weekly massages for our post-operative patients, and 2-4 massages per month if you’re seeking an overall improvement in wellness and vitality.
Non-surgical body contouring procedures like CoolSculpting and EMSculpt are two of the most in-demand body sculpting treatments available today. And when you LDM to the mix, the results are nothing short of spectacular. Here’s why:
Dr. Rice received his medical degree from Loma Linda University in Southern California where he also completed an internship in general surgery and specialty surgical training in Otolaryngology—head and neck surgery. Dr. Rice went on to complete advanced training in Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery at the Institute of Facial Plastic Surgery. He is double board-certified…LEARN MORE