Professionally performed lymph drainage

Professionally performed lymph drainage

The lymphatic system is responsible for efficient transport of all the toxic waste out of the body. Its main function is protection against various pathological processes and it participates on human body immune system. Lymphatic nods represent a highly important organ within the lymphatic system. It is highly desirable to massage them before mechanical or manual lymphatic drainage. This ensures the flawless circulation of the lymph. It is necessary to relax the neck nods (termins), armpit nods (axiles), groin nods and the main lymph ducts on the inner side of the thighs.

beauty_systems_lymfaticky_systemThe lymph transports the metabolism squalor, toxins, dead cells, cancer cells, bacteria, fat droplets, lymphocytes and proteins out of the body. The lymphatic nods which capture and damage these elements are under a bigger strain during the massage. They have to filter a bigger volume of the lymph. If they are not treated in a professional way, they may block or slow down the lymph circulation. This results in swellings and concentration of toxic elements which can cause inflammations and cause generalvulnerability of the immune system.

There are many machines used for lymphatic drainage – they vary in quality, which is a crucial criterion for their choice. The pressure therapymust be performed professionally because relaxation of the lymphatic nods is a necessary prevention of swellings due to the procedure. The lymphatic drainage devices Ballancer provide a unique program called Pre-Therapy, aimed at relaxing the lymphatic nods preceding any type of massage – groin nods Ballancer pants), armpit nods (Ballancer Jacket). Thus it prevents both the provider and the client from unprofessionally conducted lymphatic drainage reducing the potential risks to minimum.

Professionally performed lymphatic drainage

Lymphatic drainage or manual lymphatic drainage is a type of a massage based on rhythmical musclepressing whose aim is to support proper circulation of the lymph in the body.  In contrast to the classical massage, the pressing is done by less force and at lower frequency. This represents a reliable medical method with a wider scale of purposes.  It can be performed in a manual or mechanical way with the use of a special mechanical device. An experienced masseur should always keep one crucial principle – to direct the massage into the centre of the body (heart) in order to encourage the blood and lymph circulation. If it were not so, a critical point could be reached during which the circulation would turn its natural way and the external parts of the body would start getting filled with toxins resulting in swellings.

Ballancer 505 - procedureA properly performed mechanical lymphatic drainage should keep the direction from the outside into the inside. The first principle of any procedure is not to cause any harm. The principle must be kept during either a preventive or healing massage without exception. Majority of devices declare this principle, of course, but unfortunately, the experience speaks differently. The human body does not have a standard shape, which is why it is desirable that the device adjusts to the proportions of a concrete person.  Hundred per cent certainty can be ensured only with a device permanently monitoring the pressure level in all the applicator cavities. It means that the device is aware of how much pressure exactly there is and reacts respectively. Also, it is desirable that the applicator is made of a single piece, which eliminates the pressure decrease as it happens with the applicators made of more pieces. The Ballancer and Lympha Press garments of the Mego Afek (the major world medical equipment producer) comply with all the requirements, thus representing one of the most used lymphatic drainage systems in the world. 

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