Manual lymphatic drainage is a technique used to gently work and stimulate the lymphatic system, to assist in reduction of localized swelling. The lymphatic system is a network of slow moving vessels in the body that carries cellular waste toward the heart, to be filtered and removed. Lymph also carries lymphocytes, and other immune system agents. Manual lymphatic drainage claims to improve waste removal and immune function.
I have been in practice since 1977, and studied a variety of healing techniques. I practice acupuncture, gentle chiropractic care and nutritional counseling. In my office in Palm Beach Gardens, we also provide hydrocolon therapy, massage, Reiki, and ionic foot baths. I have treated many sports professionals (tennis, platform tennis, golf, football) over the years. My goal is to get patients back to the activities they enjoy as soon as possible. Follow me on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/drbill53/ ... View Profile Asian Full Body Relaxing Oil Massage #1
Only used those stones once and didn't have chance to use again. They are heavy and can't be too hot when putting on the body but they lost the heat quickly and became cold so I guess need to keep putting them back to the hot water to reheat. Just saw a video about another way to use those hot stones: put hot stone in soup during winter time and that will keep your soup hot all the way till you finish.