Manual Lymphatic Drainage is a technique pioneered by Emil and Estrid Vodder in the 1930s. Noticing that illness often accompanied swollen lymph nodes they found that the same gentle techniques they used to clear sinuses also helped decrease swelling in women’s arms post mastectomy. A healthy well draining lymphatic system usually goes side by side with a healthy immune system
There are nerves that only send pain signals when inflammation is present. Returning cells to their optimal shapes and potions, is rewarded with decrease in pain and usually increase of function as well.