Treatment Summary
Number of Sessions 10
Operation Time 1 Hour
Persistence of Results 6-8 Months
Hospitalization No
Sensitivity Time No
Time to Return to Work Immediately
Anesthesia No
Season Every Season

What Is the Lymphatic System?

Blood vessels carry our blood, and lymphatic vessels carry interstitial fluid and proteins in our bodies. Both systems act as carriers for the nutrition of our tissues. Lymphatic vessels surround our body like a net and reach everywhere blood vessels extend to. Our lymphatic system does not only carry interstitial fluid, but it also transports foreign organisms that enter our body, to specific parts of our immune system. It also plays an important role in the transportation of absorbed fat and fat-soluble vitamins in our digestive system.

The use of lymphatic drainage systems in weight loss and cellulite treatments increases the effectiveness of these treatments. In cellulite and weight problems, blood and lymph circulation slows down; edema and metabolic wastes accumulate in our body. Lymphatic Drainage Massage, which is one of the methods of Lymphatic Drainage Edema Treatment, boosts the metabolism and thus speeds up the weight loss process.

What Are the Effects of Lymphatic Drainage Massage?

  • Regulates lymphatic and blood circulation,
  • Allows nutrients to reach tissues more easily,
  • Ensures a more rapid elimination process of toxins from tissues.

It is also used for the treatment of edema that occurs after localised liposuction operations or intense exercise, and edema in the body during menopause or menstrual periods.

How Many Sessions Are Required?

Depending on the treatment area and the severity of the edema, 10 sessions may be required with 2 or 3 sessions per week.

How Long Does the Procedure Take?

The duration of one session is 60 minutes on average. After the procedure, a feeling of relaxation is experienced similar to that felt after a massage.

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