The lymphatic system is a crucial system in the body, especially for those suffering from Lymphedema. If you’re wishing to ease your Lymphedema symptoms, discover the magic that lymphatic massage can do for you.

We’ve taken a deep dive into everything there is to know!

Understanding Lymphedema:

Lymphedema refers to the tissue swelling caused by an accumulation of protein-rich fluid that’s usually drained through the body’s lymphatic system. While it most commonly affects the arms or legs, it can also occur in the chest wall, abdomen, neck and genitals.

Any blockage of the lymph draining system can cause Lymphedema, but severe cases can lead to difficulties moving the affected limb, increase risks of skin infections and sepsis, and can even lead to skin changes and breakdowns.

The best known treatments are compression bandages, massage, compression stockings & devices, careful skin care and can rarely lead to surgery to remove swollen tissue or create drainage routes.

More than a massage: the science behind Lymphatic Therapy

A Natural Solution to Swelling:

Lymphedema can cause abnormal swelling of body parts, often in the arms and legs. This is not only greatly uncomfortable, but can cause a number of complications. Luckily, lymphatic massage was designed specifically to simulate the flow of lymph fluids. This can aid in carrying waste products away from the tissues, reducing swelling and aiding overall discomfort.

Pain Reduction and Comfort:

Lymphatic massage doesn’t just reduce the swelling – we mean it when we say that it can work to alleviate pain, providing comfort to the affected areas, and improving the general enjoyment of life for individuals with Lymphedema.

Improving Mobility and Flexibility:

Due to the discomfort associated with Lymphedema, individuals often find movement painful. Which can, in turn, lead to limited mobility and a great deal of difficulty carrying out daily activities. If you’re looking to improve your mobility, lymphatic massage is great for increasing your range of motion and flexibility, enabling patients to move more freely and comfortably.

From swollen to soothed: Personal stories of healing

The most powerful stories come from our clients. Look what they have to say about how lymphatic massage has helped them manage and heal their Lymphedema.

Using Chelsey’s gloves on both my massage clients, my family and myself makes such a big difference to lymph flow, congested area’s of the body, sore muscles. We even have a Chelsey glove stored in the car.

Suzie

Getting started with Lymphatic Massage

With Chelsey Jean, we’ll help you learn everything there is to know about lymphatic massages but, more than that, we have the resources you need to make it possible. Our entire system is designed to help individuals take back control of their health and get their lymphatic system working like clockwork.

Use the Special Bundle to detox, drain and revitalise your whole body through the power of the lymphatic system, designed to assist with circulation and swelling, break up blockages and reduce pain and inflammation while removing toxins within. It can be a great way to ease post-op swelling.

The CJ&CO Compression System is popular among individuals with health conditions, however, as it’ll do all the work FOR you.

So you can just sit back, watch TV, and let this system re-educate the lymphatic system to start flowing better, rehabilitate your muscles and finally get your lymph fluid draining.