Benefits of a Post-Op Lymphatic Massage

Manual Lymphatic Drainage (MLD) acts by removing the accumulation of fluid from the surgical region, eliminating toxins and nourishing the tissues, improving the anti-inflammatory action, making the postoperative recovery period much faster, preventing fibrosis and long limitations.

POst-op lymphatic drainage helps the patient to return to daily activities more quickly after surgery. In addition to helping with postoperative healing, drainage is also important for skin recovery, which contributes to better self-esteem and more comfort, as the edema limits even the patient's movements.

When should it start?

It should be started after medical release, usually on the fourth to the seventh day after the procedure.