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Manual Lymphatic Drainage – Vodder Method

Wednesday, June 21st, 2017:

Manual Lymphatic Drainage, or MLD, is a gentle stretching of the skin which effectively stimulates and opens the lymphatic vessels, capillaries, and collectors which sit immediately under the surface of the skin.  Detoxification of the body begins in the lymphatic system. A sluggish, fibrotic, dirty, or backed up system can be characterized by dull, achey pain, can account for certain joint swellings, and can even be responsible for some heel pain.  It can also be the cause for some headaches, post nasal drip, and sinus pressures. 100 years ago Dr. Emil Vodder developed MLD to help contend with sinusitis.  It was […] Read More →

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