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Manual Lymph Drainage Therapy and Connective Tissue Massage Ease Fibromyalgia Symptoms

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The article reports on a study which compares the use of manual lymph drainage therapy (MLDT) and connective tissue massage for the treatment of symptoms associated with primary fibromyalgia. The...

The Circulation Between Cerebrospinal Fluid, Cerebral Interstitial Fluid and Lymph

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Part One: The Circulation Between Cerebrospinal Fluid, Cerebral Interstitial Fluid and Lymph

Part Two: The Circulation Between Cerebrospinal Fluid, Cerebral Interstitial Fluid and Lymph

Part II. Discusses the connection between cerebrospinal fluid (CSF), cerebral interstitial fluid and the lymphatic system. Drainage of CSF components through nasal lymphatics; Drainage of CSF co...

Lymph Drainage Therapy: An Effective Complement to Breast Therapy

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Breast Massage

An Effective Complement to Breast Care

Legal and ethical issues often provide a controversial backdrop to the subject of breast massage. Further fueling the debate is the question of who exactly is qualified to perform this technique. While there may be many schools of thought, the fact remains there is an appropriate and practical manual technique -Lymph Drainage Therapy - that can be used by trained therapists for specific conditions and indications relating to breast care.

Like a Summer Wind: Manual Lymph Drainage Helps Those with Lymphedema

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"Like a mild summer wind." With these words, the founding father of manual lymph drainage described this therapy's gentle feel to the client's skin. Yet the outcome of Emil Vodder's "breeze" is so dramatic and life changing, one would think the force of a gale had been used.

Lymph-Remedies in Ophthalmology

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Purpose: Ten years ago, we first introduced lymph-substances in order to stabilize the lymph-metabolism especially in cases of inflammatory, chronical, and allergic diseases of the anterior segme...

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