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Lymphatic Drainage Massage for Post-Cosmetic Surgery Recovery and Natural Wellness

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Dandelion Massage Boston helps people recovering from liposuction, Brazilian butt lifts, and lymph node removals regain full movement quickly and overcome the discomfort accompanying the accumulation of lymphatic fluids. The massage center specializes in gentle, manual massage delivered at affordable rates.

According to announcements released by Dandelion Massage Boston and Milan Baudelaire CLMT, CLDP, lymphatic drainage massage provided at this massage center is a recommended post-surgery recovery procedure for various cosmetic surgeries. 

Manual lymphatic drainage is a gently applied, non-intrusive technique that brings down bodily inflammation after removing lymph nodes following surgery to treat cancer. The massage is also recommended for quick post-op relief with cosmetic surgeries. 

The therapist at Dandelion Massage Boston uses gentle pressure to direct excess fluid toward the body’s healthy lymph nodes that reabsorb and cleanse it. 

After a lymphadenectomy, the body experiences pitting edema that makes movement difficult. Dandelion Massage Boston recommends regular massages to drain the lymphatic fluids to ease the pressure in areas where the fluids have accumulated. 

Dandelion Massage Boston provides surgery-specific packages for pain relief and bringing down swelling. A lymphatic drainage massage can reduce inflammation in the abdomen and face much faster. Quicker relief from inflammation speeds up the recovery process. The company  accepts clients who wish to include such massages in their self-care regimen. The expert masseuse at this massage center remedies sluggish and slow drainage, so the lymphatic system operates optimally. This is a useful detox procedure that also treats bloating. 

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Milan Baudelaire CLMT, CLDP of Dandelion Massage Boston “Hailing from Minneapolis, MN, I’ve been a Medical Massage Therapist since 2006. I’m a member of the American Massage Therapy Association and a Certified Lymphatic Drainage Practitioner. 

I attended the Soma Institute of Clinical Massage Therapy, Chicago, and have since developed expertise in medical, therapeutic, and lymphatic massage therapy. I studied relaxation and wellness techniques at the Steiner Transocean Academy in Watford, England. I toured the globe for two years as a spa therapist with Celebrity Cruise Lines before settling in Boston in 2012. 

Massage has been shown repeatedly to help relieve the symptoms of peripheral neuropathy, and there are a few reasons for this. Massage helps to loosen the muscles and other soft tissue restrictions that may pressure those affected nerves.  

Massage releases endorphins, the feel-good hormones which act as a natural pain killer. Massage increases superficial blood flow, which may help to counter the poor circulation, often causing peripheral neuropathy. This blood flow can also help the damaged nerves to heal as fresh oxygen and nutrients are brought into the area that may have been lacking. The direct application of massage at various pressures stimulates the diverse nerves in the area to promote healing and proper function.”

About the Company:

Dandelion Massage Boston has provided services to the community in and around the city. The trained and licensed massage therapist at this clinic has been a part of the healthcare and recovery regimen of many.

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Company Name: Dandelion Massage Boston
Contact Person: Milan Baudelaire CLMT, CLDP
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Phone: 857-400-0551
Address:400 Commonwealth Avenue, #G1
City: Boston
State: MA 02215
Country: United States

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